COMPARATIVE ALALYSIS OF ISR DOCTRINES IN SOME NATO MEMBER STATES
Keywords:Intelligence; reconnaissance; surveillance; comparative analysis; NATO.
Through comparative analysis we can identify certain similarities and differences between certain allied states from a doctrinal point of view, based on certain established criteria. The concept of ISR is for the states of modern armies a continuous topic of debate, aiming to develop and implement at all levels, to streamline the planning and execution of operations and to ensure real support as soon as possible to decision makers at all levels. The doctrines of NATO member states represent the common starting point in legislative and procedural harmonization, so that, in the modern operational environment, a common allied language can be used effectively.
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