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ANALYSIS OF EXISTING CONSTRAINTS IN THE ARMED FORCES INFRASTRUCTURE

Petrică ZAHARIA

Abstract


The inclusion of our country among NATO member countries has led to the restructuring and reshaping of the Romanian Army, starting with the abolition of the compulsory military service and the establishment of a professional army, leading to the alteration in the functional requirements which the barracks’ infrastructure must respond to for the smooth functioning of the structures deployed. In this respect, a new conceptual approach is needed, which will lead to the systemic reconfiguration of all the infrastructure elements, in order to provide the necessary facilities for the military structures. Infrastructure project management could describe the procedures and mechanisms for developing plans by military commanders avoiding ad hoc addressing or fragmentation of military infrastructure work to barracks in administration or use.

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