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Title:Premiki in ofenzivno delovanje motoriziranega voda SKOV 8 x 8 v pogojih slabe vidljivosti : zaključna naloga
Authors:Balažic, Dejan (Author)
Kunstelj, Aleš (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Jurkovič, Stanko (Co-mentor)
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis
Organization:ŠČ - Officer Candidate School
Abstract: V zaključni nalogi so predstavljene oblike in tehnike premikanja SKOV 8 x 8 Svarun v pogojih omejene vidljivosti ter vrste ofenzivnih delovanj. Težišče preučevanja je zmožnost uporabe in izkoriščanje tehničnih sredstev pri premikih ter vrstah ofenzivnega delovanja v pogojih omejene vidljivosti. Prikazani so dejavniki, ki oblikujejo pogoje omejene vidljivosti, oprema za opazovanje in vidljivost iz vozila, ofenzivno delovanje ter tehnike in oblike premikanja v pogojih omejene vidljivosti. Pri tem moram poudariti da pogoje omejene vidljivosti ne smemo jemati kot nenavadne ali posebne pogoje, temveč kot pogoje, ki zahtevajo od poveljujočega podrobnejše načrtovanje delovanja ter mu omogočajo da s prikritim približevanjem cilju doseže element presenečenja pri izvedbi napada. Predstavljena je tudi organiziranost motoriziranega voda in načela ofenzivnega delovanja. V modernih vojskah v ospredje vse bolj prihaja motorizirana pehota, ki za svoj premik prioritetno uporablja oklepna vozila. Oklepna vozila pehoti poleg hitrejšega premika nudijo določeno stopnjo varnosti ter močnejšo ognjeno moč z orožjem na oklepnikih. Ker pa je motoriziran vod najbolj ranljiv tako iz zemlje kot iz zraka, mora svoje aktivnosti izvajati čim bolj prikrito in skrito, zato je pri tem pomembno izkoriščanje pogojev omejene vidljivosti.
Keywords:oklepno vozilo SKOV 8 x 8 Svarun, tehnika premikanja, ofenzivno delovanje, napad, motoriziran vod, načela ofenzivnega delovanja, motorizirana pehota, ognjena moč, pogoji omejene vidljivosti
Year of publishing:2010
Publisher:[D. Balažič]
Source:Maribor
UDC:356.116:623.438
COBISS_ID:3743438 Link is opened in a new window
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Files:.pdf SPEC_Balazic_Dejan_i2010.pdf (2,82 MB)
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Language:English
Abstract:In my final paper I have presented the forms and techniques of SKOV 8 x 8 Svarun movement in the conditions of limited visibility and the types of offensive actions. The main aim is to research the ability to use technical equipment when moving or acting offensivelly in the conditions of limited visibility. I have presented the factors which cause limited visibility, the vehicle's observation equipment, the offensive actions, and the techniques and forms of movement in the conditions of limited visibility. I have to stress that the conditions of limited visibility are not something unusual or special, but they are the conditions which require from a commander a more detailed planning and they enable him / her to achieve an element of surprise with a disgused aprroach in attack. I have also presented the organization of a motorized platoon and the principles of offensive actions. In modern armies the motorized infantry, which mainly uses armoured vehicles for its movement, is becoming more and more important. The armoured vehicles offer a faster and safer movement and more powerful arms. On the other hand the motorized platoonis more vulnerable and it has to act as discretely as possible and this is why it is important to use the conditions of limited visibility
Keywords:armoured vehicle SKOV 8 x 8 Svarun, techniques of movement, offensive actions, attack, motorized platoon, principles of offensive actions, powerful arms, conditions of limited visibility

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