Analysis of the experience of the united (interdepartmental) training in the leading countries of the world

Keywords: defence forces, joint training, analysis of experience, organization, leading countries of the world

Abstract

The use of military units and subdivisions of the Armed Forces of Ukraine together with military formations of other departments in the anti-terrorist operation and in the operation of the joint forces in the east of the state pointed out a number of shortcomings in the preparation of components of the security and defense sector. Training should ensure the acquisition of abilities both independently to carry out tasks as intended and jointly as part of joint forces and tactical groups.

The need to introduce new approaches to the training of security and defense forces requires improving the organization of joint (interdepartmental) training.

Based on the analysis of the organization of joint (interdepartmental) training, to determine the principal directions of increasing the efficiency of training of units of the security and defense sector of the state.

The article highlights the results of the analysis of the organization of joint (interdepartmental) training in the leading countries of the world and aims to disclose the necessary directions for the development of training for the security and defense sector. It will allow you to highlight the main directions, and in the future will allow you to form the necessary recommendations in order to improve the functioning of the combined (interdepartmental) training system.

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Author Biographies

Oleh Havaliukh , National University “Odessa maritime academy”

PhD, Deputy officer - in - command on academics

Volodymyr Kharabara , The National Defence University of Ukraine named after Ivan Cherniakhovskyi
senior instructor of the department of command and control of troops (forces) in peacetime

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Published
2021-02-13
How to Cite
Havaliukh , O., & Kharabara , V. (2021). Analysis of the experience of the united (interdepartmental) training in the leading countries of the world. Journal of Scientific Papers ʽʽSocial Development and Security’’, 11(1), 3-12. https://doi.org/10.33445/sds.2021.11.1.1
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