Recommendations on the formation of requirements for reconnaissance of enemy objects in operations (combat actions) of troop groups (forces) of the Armed Forces of Ukraine

Keywords: weapons and military equipment, modernization, cost

Abstract

Purpose: is to determine the peculiarities of taking into account the dynamic factor of the cost of complex samples of weapons and military equipment (aircraft, tank, ship) during the assessment of the full (combined) cost of their life cycle.

Method: are methods of analysis, methods of military economic theory, and the method of comparison; formalization; abstraction and mathematical modeling.

Findings: are the proposed order (logic) of the formation of the indicator of the total cost of a complex sample (system) of OVT; proposed approach to take into account the influence of the dynamism factor on indicators of the total cost of complex samples of weapons and military equipment.

Theoretical implications: determining the approach to the assessment of the full life cycle cost of complex weapons systems and military equipment, taking into account the factor of its dynamics over time.

Paper type: descriptive.

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2023-08-31
How to Cite
Baranov, S. (2023). Recommendations on the formation of requirements for reconnaissance of enemy objects in operations (combat actions) of troop groups (forces) of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. Social Development and Security, 13(4), 299-313. https://doi.org/10.33445/sds.2023.13.4.21
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