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Title:Vključevanje civilno-vojaškega sodelovanja v vojaški proces odločanja na ravni bataljona : zaključna naloga štabnega šolanja
Authors:Lah, Robert (Author)
Kristovič, Miran (Mentor) More about this mentor... New window
Language:Slovenian
Work type:Specialist thesis
Organization:PŠŠ - Command and Staff School
Abstract:Civilno-vojaško sodelovanje je eno izmed funkcijskih področij delovanj v štabu bataljona. Prvotno se je civilno-vojaško sodelovanje osredotočalo predvsem na dejavnosti v nacionalnem okolju, zaradi vedno bolj kompleksnega globalnega okolja in posledično velikega števila oboroženih spopadov pa se je pokazala potreba, da se civilno-vojaško sodelovanje izvaja tudi v mednarodnem okolju. Severno atlantsko zavezništvo (North Atlantic Treaty Organization % Nato) je razvilo in uveljavilo koncept civilno-vojaškega sodelovanja (angl. Civil-Military Cooperation), ki ga poznamo pod kratico CIMIC. Vojaški proces odločanja (VPO) je orodje, ki vojaškim poveljnikom omogoča najti in razviti rešitev za nalogo, ki so jo prejeli. Izhaja iz The Military DecisionmakingProces (MDMP), ki so ga razvili v ameriški vojski. Uporablja se na ravni posrednega vodenja enot (od bataljona do divizije). Je nadaljevanje procesa odločanja na osebni ravni in ravni neposrednega vodenja enot (proces bojnega odločanja % PBO), le da pri odločanju v VPO zraven poveljnika sodeluje tudi štab po posameznih funkcijskih področjih. Funkcionalno področje CIMIC je pri izvedbi VPO prisotno v vseh korakih izvajanja procesov. Štabni organi iz področja CIMIC so vključeni in aktivno sodelujejo v izvedbi VPO, skozi katerega izvajajo naloge, opredeljene po Slovenskem vojaškem standardu (SVS) 2509(2)(Nato doktrina AJP 3.4.9).
Keywords:civilno-vojaško sodelovanje, CIMIC, vojaški proces odločanja
Year of publishing:2017
Publisher:[R. Lah]
Source:Maribor
UDC:355.02:355.313(497.4)(043.4)
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Language:English
Abstract:Civil-military cooperation is one of the functional areas of work within the battalion staff. Initially, it focused primarily on activities in the national environment; however, due to the increasingly complex global environment and, consequently, a large number of armed conflicts, the need for civil-military cooperation to be carried out in the international environment has also arisen. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization (Nato) has developed and implemented the concept of Civil-Military Cooperation, known as CIMIC. The Military Decision-Making Process (MDMP) is a tool that enables military commanders to find and develop solutions for the tasks they have received. It is derived from the military decision-making process developed by the United States Army. It is used at the level of indirect command and control of units (from battalion to division) and is a continuation of the decision-making process at the personal level and the level of direct command and control of units (the battle decision-making process). The difference is that the military decision-making process includes both the commander and the staff by individual functional areas. The CIMIC function area is present in all stages of the implementation of the military decision-making process. CIMIC staff bodies are involved and actively participate in the implementation of the MDMP, through which they perform the tasks defined in STANAG 2509(2) (Nato Doctrine AJP 3.4.9).
Keywords:civil-military cooperation, CIMIC, military decision-making process

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