TRAINING SYSTEMS IN NON-NATO EUROPEAN ARMED FORCES – SWITZERLAND

Gligor VĂIDEAN

Abstract


Abstract: In this paper we will present general aspects of current history, social, political and economic situation of the
European states that are not part of the North Atlantic Alliance. Also, we will briefly present the organized training system of human resources from the active military service, for mobilization and active reserve. The paper describes the elements of the structure of the military educational system developed in the Swiss Confederation, which are ex-countries of the former
Federalist Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia, Ukraine and the Republic of Moldova. Through the content of our paper we will highlight the elements of analysis necessary for the design of an optimized system of training and evaluation of human resources in the Romanian Armed Forces.
Keywords: military organization; military education; training system; training; volunteer reservists; reserve military force; active reserve; Swiss Confederation.


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