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Title:Lahka bataljonska bojna skupina (LBBSK) : zaključna naloga
Authors:Jereb, Pavel (Author)
Vegič, Vinko (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Pograjc, Bojan (Co-mentor)
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis
Organization:PŠŠ - Command and Staff School
Abstract:S prehodom večine evropskih držav iz naborniške v poklicno vojsko, so se vojske številčno zmanjšale, dosegle pa višjo in kvalitetnejšo raven usposobljenosti, opremljenosti in izurjenosti. Istočasno so z branjenjem varnosti izven svojih nacionalnih meja morale postati hitro in lahko premestljive ter logistično samozadostne. Nove naloge, ki jih opravljajo vojske po 90-tih letih tega stoletja, zahtevajo širok spekter izurjenosti in kompleksnosti, kar pa s klasičnimi eno rodovskimi enotami ne moremo doseči. Zato prihaja do združevanja specialističnih enot in oblikovanja tako imenovanih bataljonskih skupin znotraj nacionalnih vojska, v primeru večjih zahtev ali pomanjkanja določenih zmogljivosti znotraj ene nacionalne vojske, pa se takšne enote formirajo in oblikujejo tudi znotraj dveh ali več držav. LBBSk je prvi poskus Slovenske vojske pri modularnem oblikovanju enote, ki bi zagotavljala zmogljivosti različnih specialističnih enot bodisi za potrebe lastne glavne manevrske enote, ali pa bi se uporabile za podporo delovanja enot v večnacionalnih sestavih v okviru globalnih obrambno varnostnih struktur. Delovanje vojska v večnacionalnem okolju pa ima svoje zahteve. Predvsem gre za poenotenje postopkov načrtovanja in izvajanja delovanja, za kompatibilnost opreme in oborožitvenih sistemov in poenotenje linije vodenja in poveljevanja. Pri izvajanju skupnih nalog pa za razumevanje konceptov delovanja, visoke koordiniranosti, pa tudi visokega nivoja strpnosti in medsebojnega spoštovanja. Vse to je morala in je dosegla LBBSk pri samih urjenih in pripravah za doseganje zahtevane stopnje usposobljenosti in pozneje pri delovanju v mednarodni misiji na Kosovu.
Keywords:varnost, stabilnost, mednarodno okolje, zavezništvo, modularnost, zmogljivost
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[P. Jereb]
Source:Maribor
UDC:355.313(043.4)
COBISS_ID:4620494 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Title:Lahka bataljonska bojna skupina
Abstract:Most of the European countries changed over from conscript to professional army, since 1990. New, professional armies are smaller by numbers of personnelbut are better trained, more efficient and better equipped. At the same time they have to be highly mobile, flexible and logistically self-sufficient and sustainable. This is necessary especially for successful Out of area operations and other tasks in new security environment. New tasks demand from military personnel versatile knowledge and skills that can not be achieved only through Žsingle branchŽ units. That is one of the reasons why nations are forming combined, joint and modular task forces or battle groups with different military branches and specialist involved. Battle groups can bifully national or in case of national shortfalls in certain field they can be be- or multi- national. Slovenian Armed forces tested a modular approach with Light Battalion Battle Group (LBBG). In accordance with SAF mission, LBBGcould be used in defending own country as a main manoeuvre unit or as a part of Nato or EU multinational forces deployed on out of area operations. Operating in multinational surroundings is a specially demanding. It requires unifications and interoperability in tactic, techniques, procedures, planning,command and control and also compatibility in equipment, combat fire systems, arms and concept of operations. It also requires patience and mutual respect. All listed above was the task for SAF Light Battalion Battle Group during training for, firstly achieving combat readiness and afterwards also during the mission in Kosovo. The concept has been proven as success
Keywords:security, stability, international environment, alliance, modularity, capabilities

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