ASSESSMENT METHODOLOGY OF THE LEVEL OF TRAINING OF JOINT TACTICAL GROUPS OF SHIPS
An analysis of military conflicts of the last decades indicates the widespread and comprehensive use of hybrid methods of threats, concealed, indirect (veiled) use of regular troops. Under such conditions, the use of armed forces with other components of the defence forces is indisputable. The new approach to state defence is based on the main categories that affect the development of the use of state defence forces, namely, time, space, reason. Under such conditions, there is a need to make changes in the system of combat training, which will ensure the appropriate level of training of forces (troops) of the Armed Forces and other military formations, acquisition of capabilities to jointly perform tasks as part of joint defence forces. Acquisition of capabilities to jointly perform the tasks by ships the Naval Forces and the Maritime Security Service of the State Border Service has certain features in terms of combat training and deserves attention from military science and requires a separate study.
Keywords: effectiveness of combat training; assessment methodology; level of training; joint tactical groups of ships
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