THE MILITARY ENGINEER STRUCTURES IN COUNTERACTING HYBRID THREATS
The military engineer structures, both in NATO and in the Romanian Army, have played a historical and critical role in shaping the operational environment. Changes in the international security environment also have consequences for engineering structures. The military engineers will face an increasingly complex operational environment, in which hybrid threats are increasingly present. Counteracting them and solving the serious problems faced by the societies impacted by politico-military conflicts require narrowing the gap or even erasing the border between military and civilian actors. Military engineer structures will be essential in shaping the hybrid operational environment and in developing the civilian-military relationship.
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