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Aida Alvinius, Alicia Ohlsson and Gerry Larsson

1 Introduction Military organizations are bureaucratic, hierarchical ( Alvinius 2013 ) and meritocratic ( Castilla and Benard 2010 ) in their design, which includes not only inherit challenges but also opportunities for the organizational members. Military organizations have survived for hundreds of years and therefore it is assumed that their design makes the organization functional, alive and proper ( Andrzejewski 1954 ). It is seldom that one associates military organizations with dysfunctional organizational aspects, which is the focus of this study

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Tomasz Bąk

information, http://www.nato.int/cps/en/natohq/topics_50107.htm?selectedLocale en [accessed: 09.03.2018]; [14] The Commission was established in 1994 based on provisions of the agreement on military cooperation. The last session of the Commission took place in 1997 and concerned digital communication systems. The Commission ceased its activity in 1998 for reasons beyond Polish control. Its reactivation was discussed as late as March 2011; [15] “Generał Catalin-Andre Moraru z wizytą w Polsce”, information of the Ministry of National Defence

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Robert Prodanciuc

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This paper is aimed at exploring the process of military identity acquisition. In order to be able to do this, it is important to define the concepts of institution and organization with reference to the social subsystem represented by the army. The analysis of the aspirants to the status of member of the army was done through the systemic and action paradigms, as well as the praxiological vision. Individuals wishing to integrate into the military system are analysed from a four-dimensional perspective, that is to say, from the point of view of the four defining aspects of each individual: biological, psychological, social and cultural. We also think that it is very important to address the responsibilities of the manager, in our case the commander, regardless of the level of the commanded formation. In the unfortunate case where the results do not meet the expectations, there are competent specialists who can provide the necessary support, not only military, but also civilians, and their specialization isn’t restricted to the field of psychology

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Valentina Georgieva and Petar Marinov

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Ivaylo Neshev

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Georgeta Obilişteanu and Brânduşa-Oana Niculescu

References [1] Gopen, George D., Swan, Judith A., The Science of Scientific Writing, in American Scientist, Journal of Sigma Xi, p. 1, November-December 1990, retrieved from http://www.americanscientist.org/issues/pub/the-science-of-scientific-writing/1, 10 February 2017. [2] Sehgal, Kabir, How to Write Email with Military Precision, posted on November 22, 2016, retrieved from https://hbr.org/2016/11/how-to-write-email-with-military-precision, 10 February 2017. [3] Lemar, Alexander F., The Military and Writing

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Elitsa Petrova

References [1] Nichev, N., Petrova, E., Professional Training of Future Logistic Officers at the National Military University of Bulgaria, Sibiu, Romania, The 21st International Conference The Knowledge-Based Organization, Nicolae Balcescu Land Forces Academy, 11-13 June 2015, pp. 259 ÷ 263, ISSN 1843-6722. [2] Petrova, E., A Study on the Cadets’ Satisfaction with Choice of Academic Specialty at the National Military University, Bulgaria, Socio-economic Analysis Scientific Journal, Department of Economics, St. St. Cyril and

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Marius Pricopi

REFERENCES Chelcea, S. (2004). Iniţiere în cercetarea sociologică . Bucureşti: Comunicare.ro, 235-262. Cîrdei, I.A. (2016). Countering the Hybrid Threats. Revista Academiei Forţelor Terestre , vol. XXI, 115-116. Council Decision. (2015). Council Decision (CFSP) 2015/778 of 18 May 2015 on a European Union military operation in the Southern Central Mediterranean (EUNAVFOR MED). Official Journal of the European Union, L122/31 , 19 May 2015. Council Decision. (2015). Council Decision 2015/972 of 22 June 2015 launching the European Union

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Marius Pricopi and Alexandru Ioan Motriuc

and algorithms are described in: Marius Pricopi, Integrarea militară europeană, Sibiu, Techno Media, 2014. [9] International Institute for Strategic Studies, The Military Balance - 2018, Routledge, 2018, p. 70. [10] International Institute for Strategic Studies, The Military Balance - 2018, Routledge, 2018, pp. 102, respectively 108, 118, 161, 111, 148 and 135. [11] International Institute for Strategic Studies, The Military Balance - 2018, Routledge, 2018, pp. 106-107. [12] International Institute for

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Veronika Stoilova

, pp. 138 - 139 [18] Boutros Boutros-Ghali, Supplement to аn Agenda for Peace: Position Paper оf the Secretary-General оn the Occasion оf the Fiftieth Anniversary оf the United Nations, 3.01.1995, paras. 66-76. See: www.un.org/documents/ga/docs/50/plenary/a50-60.htm [19] The term "war crimes" and its criminal-law characteristics are regulated in the Statute of the International Military Court in Nuremberg. By virtue of this Statute, war crimes are: "a violation of laws or customs of war". These include: murders and torture of prisoners