Experience of preparing and carrying out evacuation by sea of armies (forces) in military conflicts of the XX – first quarter of the XXI century
Purpose: disclosure of the essence and content, forms and methods of preparing and conducting evacuations of troops (forces) by sea in military conflicts of the 20th - the first quarter of the 21st century, evaluating their results.
Method: the main methods of research are methods of analysis and synthesis; induction and deduction, as well as historical, terminological, systematic methods.
Findings: determination of the essence and content of the evacuation of troops (forces) by sea; analysis of the main theoretical features of the preparation and evacuation of troops (forces) by sea in military conflicts of the 20th – the first quarter of the 21st century; determination of forms of use of troops (forces) and methods of evacuation of troops (forces) by sea in the specified period; determination of the indicator and criteria for the effectiveness of the evacuation of troops (forces) by sea.
Theoretical implications: consists in determining the classification of evacuations of troops (forces) by sea in military conflicts of the 20th – the first quarter of the 21st century.
Value: the classification of evacuations of troops (forces) by sea in military conflicts of the 20th - the first quarter of the 21st century is defined and substantiated.
Future research: perspective directions of further scientific research are defined as conducting a comparative analysis of the training and use of troops (forces) during the evacuation by sea of opposing parties in military conflicts of the 20th – the first quarter of the 21st century, determining their characteristic features and peculiarities and the quantitative value of the indicator and criteria for the effectiveness of the evacuation of troops (forces) ) by sea.
Paper type: theoretical, descriptive, practical, methodical.
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