Interoperability of the operational planning process at operational level in arm with operational level planning with NATO

Kletnikov, Nikola and Glavinov, Aleksandar and Dojcinovski, Metodija (2014) Interoperability of the operational planning process at operational level in arm with operational level planning with NATO. Macedonia and the Balkans, a hundred years after the World War I – security and Euroatlantic integrations.


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Considering that modern threats and challenges are highly dynamic, occurring in a short period of time and often surprising, the response to such threats and challenges is one of the most important factors. In order to shorten timeframe and to successfully deal with contemporary threats and challenges the entities responsible for national security, need to be trained for fast and high-quality implementation of the planning and decision making procedures for managing such challenges and threats as a state and on international level. Republic of Macedonia in the past period of eleven year continuously contributing to international operations led by the UN, NATO and the EU, and has a strategic commitment in the future to continue with that contribution and thus promotes peace and protection of its security interests. For efficient and effective realization of these goals is important ability of ARM to work in a multinational environment, especially in the area of operations planning. Canvassing, comparative methods and results used during the study are presented in the paper. During canvassing is seen the level of implementation of planning processes at the operational level in the Army. With this research process are perceived ability of staff of commands and units of the ARM at the operational level for crisis response operation planning, which provides interoperability with the Crisis Response Operations Planning in NATO. Trained staff for crisis response operations planning at the operational level provides better interoperability of the Army in frameworks of NATO and thus more successful promotion of peace and protection of the security interests of the Republic of Macedonia.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: Social Sciences > Other social sciences
Divisions: Military Academy
Depositing User: Metodija Dojcinovski
Date Deposited: 15 Feb 2018 14:13
Last Modified: 15 Feb 2018 14:13

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