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Title:Proces bojnega odločanja in bojni ukazi : zaključna naloga
Authors:Jost, Miha (Author)
Preložnik, Andrej (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Stankovič, Boris (Co-mentor)
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis
Organization:ŠČ - Officer Candidate School
Abstract:Proces bojnega odločanja nudi poveljujočim nižjih taktičnih enot (vod/četa) okvir za organiziranje in načrtovanje za izvedbo bojnega delovanja. Je proces skozi katerega poveljnik pripravi svojo enoto za izvedbo taktične naloge. Uporabljajo ga poveljniki nižjih taktičnih enot za analizo naloge, izdelavo načrta in pripravo na izvedbo bojnega delovanja. Poveljnik ga začne izvajati, ko sprejeme taktično nalogo in ga izvaja vedno znova, če pride do spremembe ali nove naloge. Ta postopek omogoča poveljniku maksimalno izrabo razpoložljivega časa načrtovanja, medtem ko izdeluje ukaz za delovanje in istočasno pripravlja enoto za izvedbo bojnega delovanja. Bojni ukazi so glavnipripomočki poveljnika pri poveljevanju. So temeljni bojni dokumenti, s katerimi poveljnik izraža svoje namere in odločitve. Z njimi izdaja naloge in usmeritve ter daje podrejenim poveljnikom elemente za izvedbo bojnega ali nebojnega delovanja. Temeljni bojni ukazi so: ukaz za delovanje, ukaz za zagotovitev delovanja, ukaz za premik, pripravljalni ukaz in dopolnilni ukaz.
Keywords:proces bojnega odločanja, ukaz za delovanje, pripravljalni ukaz, variante delovanja, proces štabnega dela, analiza naloge
Year of publishing:2011
Publisher:[M. Jost]
Source:Celje
UDC:355.422:355.1/.3(043.4)
COBISS_ID:4686286 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:Troop-leading procedure is a framework for organisation and planning of combatmissions used by chiefs in command of lower tactical units (platton/company). It is a procedure through which chief in command prepares his unit for a tactical task execution. It is used by chiefs in command of lower tactical units for task analysis, plan preparation and combat mission preparation. Chief in command starts the execution after approving the tactical task and executes it over and over again, if there is a change or a new task. This procedure enables chief in command a maximum use of the planning time available, whilst making a mission order and preparing his unit for combat mission execution. Combat command is the main utensil for chief in command when commanding. It is a main combat document with which chief in command expresses his intentions and decisions. With it he assigns tasks and gives directions and provides subordinate commanders with elements for combat or non-combat mission execution. Main combat orders are: mission order, combatservice support order, movement order, warning order amd supplementary order.
Keywords:troop-leading procedure, mission order, warning order, military decisionmaking process, task analysis

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