SPECIFIC ASPECTS OF COMMUNICATION DURING THE PARTICIPATION OF THE ROMANIAN GROUND FORCES’ UNITS IN MISSIONS IN DIFFERENT THEATRES OF OPERATIONS
Experience of participation in operations in two different theatres highlights important issues relating to the military service requirements in the current period. The first of these issues relates to the obligation of the staff to know English, the official language within the Alliance, and the second aspect concerns the urgent need that our Armed Forces' military structures be interoperable with those of our allies. But the training of staff is in close dependency with the equipment necessary to achieve fast communication, and high accuracy in conditions of safety and protection related to transmitted messages.
Keywords: Ground Forces; international missions; military operation; theatre of operations; communication.
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