ASSESSMENT INDICATORS TO RATE THE ACCOMPLISHMENT OF ANTIAIRCRAFT RESPONSE MISSION
The complexity of the military actions related to the antiaircraft response, the complete and in-depth knowledge of the systems’ state implies, among others, a permanent measurement of the planned actions progress. Permanent changes, a priori accepted, can decisively influence the guidelines and conditions for carrying out a plan of operation, deviating it practically from the commander's intention. In order to maintain the initial design, but also to recognize the inherent turning points, it is necessary to establish relevant evaluation indicators starting from the action planning stage, which offer actionable sustainable decision alternatives. The accomplishment evaluation of the anti-aircraft fire system’s mission cannot and should not be represented only by (pre)determined figures; it must treat, subjectively and objectively, the state of the system, while also providing irrefutable evidence of meeting the stated objectives.
Keywords: assessment; indicator; anti-aircraft response; system.
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