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Title:Vojaška obveščevalna, protiobveščevalna in varnostna dejavost (VOPVD) v brigadi in polku : zaključna naloga
Authors:Svetina, Nataša (Author)
Hartman, Ervin (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis
Organization:PŠŠ - Command and Staff School
Abstract:Vojaška obveščevalna, protiobveščevalna in varnostna dejavnost (VOPVD) združuje obveščevalno, protiobveščevalno in varnostno dejavnost, ki skupaj uresničujejo obveščevalno zagotovitev. Obveščevalna zagotovitev zagotavlja možnost pravočasne, načrtne in organizirane priprave namensko oblikovanih enot za izvedbo svojega poslanstva v celotnem spektru delovanja. Obveščevalna zagotovitev je bojna funkcija, ki jo vodi in usmerja poveljnik, izvajajo jo obveščevalno varnostni organi (S-2) brigade in polkov, obveščevalna četa, izvidniške enote, manevrske enote (bataljoni in čete). Je neprekinjena dejavnost medsebojno povezanih nalog in sistemov, ki skozi obveščevalni proces, z načrtovanjem in usmerjanjem, zbiranjem in obdelavo pomembnih informacij v obveščevalni podatek oziroma znanje ter njegovim posredovanjem poveljniku omogočajo razumevanje sovražnika, zemljišča in civilnih dejavnikov. Učinkovito obveščevalno zagotovitev v kompleksnem, dinamičnem in soodvisnem okolju obveščevalni elementi v polku in brigadi izvajajo s pomočjo vseh razpoložljivih sredstev in virov. Organizacijska struktura VOPVD v brigadi in polku mora omogočati odzivno in pravočasno obveščevalno podporo ter hitro premestljive obveščevalne elemente, ki bodo prožni in sposobni delovati v celotnem spektru možnih operacij kjerkoli po svetu.
Keywords:vojaška obveščevalna, protiobveščevalna in varnostna dejavnost, obveščevalna zagotovitev, obveščevalni proces, transformacija obveščevalne strukture
Year of publishing:2013
Publisher:[N. Svetina]
Source:Maribor
UDC:355.40:355.311.6(043.4)
COBISS_ID:5523918 Link is opened in a new window
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Language:English
Abstract:Military intelligence, counterintelligence and security intelligence combines the intelligence, counter-intelligence and security activities, which together provide intelligence warfighting function. Intelligence warfighting function provides the possibility of timely, targeted and organized preparations for battle groups to accomplish its mission in full spectrum operations. Intelligence warfighting function manages and directs the commander, carried out by the intelligence and security personnel (S-2) of brigade and battalion, military intelligence company, reconnaissance units, maneuver units (battalions and companies). Is a continuous activity of interrelated functions and systems that throughout the intelligence process, planning and directing, collecting and processing relevant information to intelligence information, knowledge, and its dissemination, support commander in understanding of the enemy, territory and civil considerations. In a complex, dynamic and interdependent global environment regiment and brigade intelligence elements carried out effective intelligence using all-source intelligence. The organizational structure of military intelligence, counterintelligence and security intelligence of brigade and regiment must enable responsive and timely intelligence support with rapidly deployable intelligence elements that will be flexible and able to operate across the full spectrum operations anywhere in the world.
Keywords:military intelligence, counter-intelligence, security intelligence, intelligence warfighting function, intelligence process, intelligence transformation

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