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APPROACHES TO RISK MANAGEMENT RELATED TO MILITARY LOGISTIC SUPPORT ACTIONS

Gheorghe MINCULETE

Abstract


In any society, human actions in peacetime involve related risks according to the specificity of each field of activity and external impact factors.
However, from a comparable point of view, military and logistic support actions, depending on the missions to be accomplished and the decisions taken in well-established place and time conditions, involve high complexity risks.
The risks specific to the military logistic support occur both during the preparation of the operations and especially during their conduct. The causes highlight the power and unpredictability of the opponent's actions on logistic resources, with major implications on the proper support of their own driving forces.
Below we will elaborate on the determining aspects and further explanations regarding the phases of the risk management of specific military logistic support

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