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The paper presents an analytical evaluation of the advantages of computer simulation of emergency situations within crisis management processes optimization. It affirms the efficiency of the preparation of crisis staffs, their coordination, communication and cooperation on the practical example of the SIMEX simulation tool.


Military operations have an evolving character that responds to the changes in the nature of the conflict. The basic nature of the operation is given by the operational themes. These have a major impact on related military activities and on their tactical tasks. The commander at the tactical level, in order to achieve the end state of the operation, must fully understand the mission, respect the superior’s intent and perceive the conditions, circumstances and influences of each individual characteristic element of the assigned area of operation. The instruments to achieve this status of comprehension are tactical variables (Mission, Enemy, Terrain and Weather, Troops available, Time available, Civil considerations - METT-TC). The aim of the article is to describe tactical variables, which at the tactical level serve as the tool for mission analysis.

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Purpose of this paper is to depict Concept Development & Experimentation (CD&E) process as tools for transformation in NATO. CD&E process supports development and experimentation by providing a common framework, decision support and practical guidelines for capability development. In first part the author shows possible patterns of military concepts and describes their parameters. In the second part article depicts relationship between the operating concepts and the defence planning process. They clarify the operating concept application issues in the process of the armed forces development.

The paper is one of outcome of the defence research project named “Operational Concepts of the Armed Forms of the Czech Republic in Joint Operations”, that was solved at the University of Defence in Brno (CZ). Project solved the “Proposal of operational concept of the Armed Forces of the Czech Republic in joint operations” and “Methodology of generation and development of operational concepts”.


The aim of this article is not merely to present economic and financial management but that of discovering and analyzing ways, in which its roles, as inseparable instruments of the micro- and microeconomic system, are defined, applied and rendered necessary within organizations. There are many ways to define economic and financial management, depending on the various approaches of authors, specialists or practitioners. At the same time, its roles sum up the essence of economic and financial processes. In fact, their implementation stands for what economic and financial management represents both as art and as science. Exercising the roles of economic and financial management correctly and efficiently is a prerequisite of the economic success of an organization. Failing to create or apply any of these roles, however insignificant its place might seem within the organization, would surely entail risks, vulnerability, and even failure.


For a long time considered, improperly, a sort of ‘nuclear’ option, Article 7 TEU is the key EU Treaty provision in the field of values enforcement. In the context of the Union’s current rule of law crisis, such a provision deserves the greatest attention, especially after the European Commission’s proposal in December 2017 to trigger the procedure against Poland, under Article 7(1) TEU. This article contributes to understandings of the provision by reviewing its main features and contextualising its deployment in the general Polish rule of law crisis, with the aim of evaluating whether it can now be considered as an operational instrument for values enforcement. Although the Commission’s (late) decision to activate the Article 7(1) TEU procedure should be welcomed as a major effort in restoring the rule of law within the European Union, the (perceived and real) limits of Article 7 TEU and the inertia of the EU institutions cast a shadow over the procedure’s effective implementation.


The authors reviewed the current traditional approaches to evaluating the operation effectiveness of ground military equipment. The article is focused on the role and possibilities of commanders and executives from traffic. The authors describe the experiences with the application a modern system in selected fleet of vehicles in ACR.

Research has shown the possibility to identify the causes of overconsumption. The vehicles were analyzed causes of exceeding the norm. The fundamental aspect of crossing the established standards were idle vehicles and irregular decrease of fuel.

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