ACTIVITY MANAGEMENT OF THE OF ROMANIAN ARMY STAFF PARTICIPATING IN MULTINATIONAL OPERATIONS

Authors

  • Alice-Claudița MANDEȘ

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53477/2284-9378-21-34

Keywords:

multinational operations; personal management; human resources; command and control; military actions.

Abstract

The changes that have occurred lately in the geopolitical and geostrategic environment highlighted the use of armed forces as a strong argument for solving international crisis situations. In this regard, planning, organization and conduct of military actions in the international context have become a reality of our times, respectively an efficient solution in many of the conflicts from the last period of time.

References

*** The Constitution of Romania.
*** Law no 80, on the Statute of military personnel, published in the Official Gazette of Romania, no 155/1995, with the subsequent amendments and completions.
*** Law no 346, on the organization and functioning of Ministry of National Defence, published in the Official Gazette no 867, November 2, 2017.
*** Law no 121, on the participation of the armed forces in missions and operations beyond the national territory, published in the Official Gazette of Romania No. 427, part I, March 17, 2017
*** M 101/2011, Order for the approval of the criteria and methodology regarding the personnel selection in order to participate in missions and operations beyond the national territory, Bucharest, 2011.
*** M.59/2015, Order for the approval of the Norms regarding the organization and development of the contest/exam for permanent positions that would be occupied by Ministry of National Defence personnel in the national representation structures abroad, as well as those in the structures where Romania is part, with the subsequent amendments and completions.
*** SMG-P.F.-1, Doctrine on personnel support in operations, Bucharest, 2011.
*** SMG 34/ 2013, Doctrine on the participation in crisis response operations non-article 5, Bucharest, 2013.
*** SMG/Ctrr.1, Instructions regarding the evaluation of the capacity of units/ detachments from the ground forces participating in missions outside the national territory, Bucharest, 2008.
*** SMAp-S-96, Provision for establishing operational responsibilities for training and management of military structures and personnel participating in missions and operations beyond the national territory, Bucharest, 2018.

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Published

2021-10-20

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