TRAINING, CONCEPTUAL DELIMITATIONS. ADAPTATION OF TRAINING TO REGIONAL RISKS AND THREATS
The training of army personnel is a complex, adaptive, continuously optimized process, in terms of efficiency, designed to effectively fulfill the fundamental missions of the army, in accordance with national interests and international commitments.
This approach aims to identify training optimization solutions, from the perspective of adapting to the dynamics of the operational environment. After the identification of the manner evolution of the concepts of strength training and by outlining a training optimization model, the research will follow the validation of the hypothesis that training optimization is achieved according to the evolution of risks and threats to regional security. With the structuring of some specific concepts to the approached field, these will be able to complete the content of the Doctrine of the Romanian Army Training, in order to offer a doctrinal framework adapted to the training needs in the conditions of the modern war.
The novelty of this article is based on the identification of content elements for adapting the doctrine of military training to new regional risks and threats, taking under consideration the need for strength training in the reality of the operational environment in the wider Black Sea region and neighboring regions.
Keywords: training; standardization; optimization; efficiency.
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