Evaluation of the Nutrition of the Bulgarian Army Military Personnel During the Preparation for Participation in Expeditionary Operations

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The development of the military art and of the rapidly changing security environment, define the developing and the formation of new capabilities for their management. The increasing importance of the Expeditionary Forces of NATO demands the developing of the national legislation, connected with the nutrition of the Bulgarian Army military personnel, participating in expeditionary operations. In response to the tasks, delegated to the armed forces during their participation in expeditionary operations, the provision of the units with food becomes a priority logistic capability.

The research is focused on the applicability of a new nutrition model in the Bulgarian Army, in compliance with the national and the physiological nutrition standards, with the resources security and with the specificity of the expeditionary operations, requiring a special expenditure of physical and neurological-psychological energy from the military personnel.

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