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Title:PORS Spike v podpori MOTB : zaključna naloga
Authors:Dežman, Boris (Author)
Stankovič, Boris (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis
Organization:ŠČ - Officer Candidate School
Abstract:V zaključni nalogi z naslovom PORS Spike v podpori MOTB sem predstavil delovanje orožja, njegove sestavne dele in predvsem taktično uporabo v motorizirani pehoti. Naloga predstavi enoto Spike znotraj motoriziranega bataljona in sicer po izraelskem vzoru in podaja rešitve za sestavo osnovnega voda protioklepnega voda Spike v Slovenski vojski. Opisani so postopki in delovanje protioklepnega boja, ki so si za orožja s podobnim dosegom podobni v vseh vojskah Nata. Ključno v nalogi je taktično delovanje protioklepnega orožja, od premikov do pričakovanega stika s sovražnikom, in z manevrom, torejs premikom in z ognjem, ki se odpira na nasprotnika. Poudarek je prav tako na samem transportu orožja Spike, ker zaradi njegovih dimenzij in sistemakot takšnega prihaja do praktičnih težav pri prevozih na različnih prevoznih sredstvih. Predvsem so problem vozila, ki se že uporabljajo v motorizirani pehoti. Rešitve in novo taktiko prevozov ponuja novo vozilo Patria, ki se uvaja v operativno uporabo. Protioklepni sistem Spike v podpori motorizirane pehote pomeni, da naloga podaja rešitve za hitro in odzivno podporno delovanje pehotnim enotam in skladno deluje druga z drugo v ostalih bojnih in podpornih delovanjih. Razlika med našim in izraelskim načinom uporabe tega orožja izhaja predvsem iz različnosti naravnega terena, prav takopa je razlika v taktiki motorizirane pehote, ki se prilagaja v Slovenski vojski predvsem na bolj zahtevne terenske razmere.
Keywords:protioklepno delovanje, protioklepno orožje, oborožitveni sistem, poveljnik voda, poveljnik skupine, tank, domet, pehota, območje delovanja, območje uničenja, vodenje rakete, lansiranje rakete, cilj, izvidovanje, podporno delovanje, oklepna vozila pehote, helikopter, manever, taktično premikaje, zaseda, stik s sovražnikom, kritje in zaklon, sektor ognja, delovanje protioklepnega sistema, naskok, napad, protinapad, topništvo
Year of publishing:2009
Publisher:[B. Dežman]
Source:Maribor
UDC:623.41
COBISS_ID:3714766 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:The paper AAWS Spike in support of MOTB (motorized infantry) introduces the function of the arms, its components and most importantly its use in a motorized infantry. It also introduces the Spike unit in a motorized battalionfollowing the Israeli model and shows solutions for composition of the basic Spike platoon in the Slovenian armed Forces. The procedures and functions of anti-armour weapons, which are similar for weapons of similar usein all NATO armies, are described. The basic point of the writing is the tactical function of anti-armour weapons from movement to the expected contactwith an enemy and maneuver - movement and fire at the enemy. The transport of Spike weapons itself is also stressed, because there are practical problems concerning transport on different vehicles, relating its dimensions and the system itself. The vehicles, already used in the motorized infantry, represent the main problem. Solutions and new strategies of transport are offered by the new Patria vehicle, which is already being introduced into operative use. So the paper about the anti-armour weapon system Spike in support of motorized infantry offers solutions for a quick andresponsive supportive operation of infantry units. It also functions harmoniously with each other in other combat and supportive actions. The difference between the Slovenian and the Israeli way of using this weapon is mostly consequence of different natural terrain and also the tactics of the Slovenian motorized infantry, which are more adjusted to rougher terrain.
Keywords:anti-armour activity, anti-armour weapons, arms system, platoon commander, group commander, tank, range, infantry, operation area, destruction area, missile guidance, missile launching, target, reconnaissance, supportive activities, infantry armoured vehicles, helicopter, maneuver, tactical movement, ambush, enemy contact, cover and shelter, fire area, anti-armour system operation, storm, attack, counterattack, artillery, attack, counterattack, artillery

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