MILITARY ENGINEER CAPABILITIES PARTICIPATING TO OPERATIONS IN SUPPORT OF THE LOCAL AND CENTRAL AUTHORITIES IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS. PRESENT AND FUTURE

Authors

  • Andrei Th. CONSTANTIN

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.53477/2284-9378-21-48

Keywords:

emergency situation; emergency intervention; military engineer structures / military engineer capabilities.

Abstract

Climate change over the last two decades, coupled with the health crisis caused by the SARS COV-2 virus, requires central and local public authorities to involve all resources are available to preserve the health and life of the population, as well as for the protection of their material and cultural values.In addition to the fact that the Romanian Army performs support functions, it has unique capabilities whose use becomes indispensable for the management of civil emergencies.Compared to the tasks to be performed, in order to limit and eliminate the consequences caused by disasters, the military engineer structures in the Romanian Army represent the most adequate capability, by the fact that they are able to intervene in most situations. However, the military engineer capabilities must be constantly perfected and adapted so that they are able to respond to the new types of risks that may arise.

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2022-01-10

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