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31.
Bojne zmogljivosti bataljona
Primož Ržen, 2023

Abstract: Zaključna naloga se osredotoča na analizo temeljnih dejavnikov, ki vplivajo na uspešnost pehotnega bataljona in ostalih enot v sodobnih vojaških operacijah, vključno z moštvom, oborožitvijo in opremo, usposobljenostjo, sistemom poveljevanja ter drugimi merljivimi in nemerljivimi dejavniki, ki so sestavni del bojnih zmogljivosti. Posebno pozornost namenja brezpilotnim zrakoplovom, ki so postali eno izmed ključnih tehnoloških orodij na bojišču. Raziskava poudarja, da je celovito razumevanje in pravilna uporaba faktorjev bojnih zmogljivosti ključnega pomena za zagotavljanje optimalne pripravljenosti bataljona na raznolike izzive v sodobnem vojaškem okolju. Skrbna analiza in prilagajanje strategij na osnovi teh spoznanj omogočata bataljonu ustrezno odzivanje na dinamične situacije ter dosego želenih bojnih ciljev.
Keywords: pehotni bataljon, bojne zmogljivosti, brezpilotni zrakoplovi
Published: 17.01.2024; Views: 980; Downloads: 41
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Prehodna delovanja bataljnona
Zoran Kovačić, 2023

Abstract: V zaključni nalogi obravnavam prehodna delovanja bataljona in izpostavljam prehod skozi minsko-eksplozivne ovire kot obliko prehodnega delovanja bataljona . Pri izvajanju oviranja govorimo o omejevanju svobode delovanja ali prizadevanju oziroma težnji po omejevanju delovanja. Trenutna situacija v Zaporožju v sektorju prodora ukrajinske vojske skozi »Surovikinovo obrambno linijo« v smeri Tokmaka kaže na nujnost poznavanja postopkov in posedovanja ustrezne opreme za izdelavo prehoda in prečkanje minsko-eksplozivnih ovir za ohranjanje iniciative na bojišču. V prvem delu naloge je na splošno opisan bataljon kot taktična enota, opisan je pomen in oblike prehodnega delovanja in splošne karakteristike ovir. V drugem delu se osredotočam na postopke bataljona pri prečkanju minsko-eksplozivnih ovir. V dodatku k nalogi podajam podroben opis značilnosti minskih polj, načinov izdelave prehodov skoznje in podam shematsko predstavitev prečkanja minsko-eksplozivnih ovir na taktičnem nivoju bataljona.
Keywords: bataljon, prehodno delovanje, prečkanje ovir, minsko-eksplozivne ovire, prehodi
Published: 17.01.2024; Views: 875; Downloads: 28
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Podatkovna moč v vojaškem izobraževanju: zavedanje in razumevanje učne analitike
Darko Ščavničar, 2023

Abstract: Količina ustvarjenih podatkov je danes zelo velika, temu pa sledi napredek pri zbiranju, obdelavi in analizi velikih količin podatkov za mnoge namene, kot so različne industrije, znanost, zdravstvo in tudi izobraževanje. Cilj podatkovne znanosti v vojaškem izobraževanju je bolje razumeti in izboljšati učne procese z vpogledi, ki temeljijo na podatkih. Učna analitika preučuje, kako uporabiti podatkovno rudarjenje, strojno učenje, obdelavo naravnega jezika, vizualizacijo in pristope interakcije med človekom in računalnikom, da bi učencem, izvajalcem izobraževanj ter vodjem institucij pomagali izboljšati učne procese in prakso poučevanja.
Keywords: Vojaško izobraževanje, učenje, analiza podatkov, učna analitika, podatkovna moč
Published: 05.01.2024; Views: 829; Downloads: 8
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Securing autonomy of military barracks through renewable energy solutions
Boštjan Drobnič, Robert Šipec, Tomaž Katrašnik, Urban Žvar Baškovič, Mitja Mori, 2023

Abstract: This article presents a concept of establishing a network of energy self-sufficient nodes in Slovenia and the EU, within the Defence RESilience Hub Network in Europe project initiated by the Ministry of Defence of Slovenia (MORS). The goal is to reduce the energy dependence of military facilities on external suppliers. A mathematical model of a military site’s micro-grid incorporates multiple energy vectors and their conversion and storage, with a focus on hydrogen technologies. A case study of a military site in Belgium shows that an energy system with solar and wind power can provide sufficient hydrogen for transportation needs and operate the site autonomously for up to 30 days. Additionally, the carbon footprint of the military base as an energy system was calculated, indicating potential reductions in environmental impacts.
Keywords: military sites, self-sufficient operation, renewable energy sources, hydrogen technologies, carbon footprint
Published: 05.01.2024; Views: 875; Downloads: 2
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The dynamics of an (armed) conflict: the Albanian minority in the Republic of North Macedonia
Ajda Vodlan, 2023

Abstract: Macedonia was considered an oasis of peace in the Balkans during the 1990s, as it was the only country of the former Yugoslavia where there was no armed conflict. This changed in 2001 with a so-called “war”, which ended quite quickly, partly thanks to international intervention. Although armed conflicts in the region have not recurred in a prolonged form, almost every year new short-lived disturbances, protests, and incidents arise. This article analyses the conflict’s dynamics from the establishment of independent Macedonia to the present day as North Macedonia continues to develop and implement positive reforms for minority integration. It emphasizes the root causes of the dispute, which remain unresolved, as the Albanian minority is growing in numbers, while Macedonians, whose population is falling, observe the changes with uncertainty.
Keywords: armed conflicts, Albanian minority, North Macedonia
Published: 05.01.2024; Views: 668; Downloads: 2
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Analysis of the armed conflict: a case study of Lord’s Resistance Army
Klemen Kocjančič, 2023

Abstract: One of the longest-running terrorist groups on the African continent is the Lord’s Resistance Army, originating from Uganda. Using the Christianity combined with local animism and Islam as the basis of their ideology and focusing at first on the protection of the Acholi people, this group evolved from fighting their enemies to oppressing their own people. Initially an internal conflict, the activities of the Lord’s Resistance Army spread throughout the region through a proxy war between neighbouring countries, until eventually international intervention was called for. Based on the Conflict Assessment Framework, combined with other methods, this armed conflict is analysed, showing the progress of the conflict through the time.
Keywords: analysis of the conflict, Lord’s Resistance Army, counterinsurgency, terrorism, insurgency
Published: 05.01.2024; Views: 727; Downloads: 4
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The impact of the War in Ukraine on the information security of the European Union’s banking industry – a case study of Hungary and Slovakia
Tamás Somogyi, Rudolf Nagy, 2023

Abstract: This study investigates, for the first time, the impact of the war on the information security of the EU’s banking industry. This domain is critical, as i) a significant cyber incident may lead to the financial and political instability of the Member States, and ii) the efficiency of the financial sanctions adopted by the EU depends on the appropriate operation of the EU’s banking systems. Qualitative methods were used in the study; relevant literature and publicly available sector specific data were analysed, and senior information security experts from Hungarian and Slovakian banks were interviewed. The results underpin the fact that banks in the EU are facing an exceptionally high level of cyber risk; the paper attempts to provide actions responding to these risks to keep the banking industry secure.
Keywords: European Union, banking industry, cyberterrorism, Ukraine, Russia
Published: 05.01.2024; Views: 760; Downloads: 3
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Proxy war: its philosophy and ethics
Mihály Boda, 2023

Abstract: Since the Second World War, proxy war has become one of the most widespread forms of war. One recent example, the war of Ukraine and its supporters against Russia, is being fought close to Europe. Although the theoretical features of proxy war in general have been researched in recent decades, the character of proxy war has changed since that time, which makes it necessary to study these features again. This article examines the concept of proxy war, and the ethical and particularly the justice-related implications of that concept, with the help of military philosophical and military ethical enquiry, and finds that the new style proxy relationship contains the satisfaction of the interests of the supporter and the supported at the same time, which, however, can hamper the consolidation of the conflict and reaching a lasting peace.
Keywords: proxy wars, just war theory, state interest
Published: 04.01.2024; Views: 724; Downloads: 7
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Uvodnik
Liliana Brožič, Klemen Kocjančič, 2023

Keywords: obrambna politika, geopolitika, oborožene sile, nacionalna varnost, varnostni izzivi
Published: 04.01.2024; Views: 681; Downloads: 10
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Vojska in vojaška misel: zbornik prispevkov 33. generacije štabnega šolanja
2023

Published: 05.12.2023; Views: 1768; Downloads: 76
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