MILITARY MOBILITY – AN OPERATIONAL TARGET AS EFFECT OF THE HYBRID WAR BREAKDOWN OF THE BORDERS Cover Image

MILITARY MOBILITY – AN OPERATIONAL TARGET AS EFFECT OF THE HYBRID WAR BREAKDOWN OF THE BORDERS
MILITARY MOBILITY – AN OPERATIONAL TARGET AS EFFECT OF THE HYBRID WAR BREAKDOWN OF THE BORDERS

Author(s): Dorin Ionita, Ion Anghel
Subject(s): Politics, Security and defense, Military policy, Welfare systems, Peace and Conflict Studies
Published by: ”Carol I” National Defence University Publishing House
Keywords: freedom of movement; military mobility; operational target; hybrid war; hybrid warfare;
Summary/Abstract: The freedom of movement of forces and means became an operational target, as a result of the ever-widening hybrid warfare on the elimination of frontiers. In recent years, it has come to light that it is very difficult to transport military equipment and forces on national territory, but also on the European continent, as there are a multitude of restrictions. Therefore, ensuring effective military mobility raises wide-ranging debates at both national and EU / NATO levels, as it requires a systematic approach to several economic, military and political issues. The article presents a review of these concerns,which have the ultimate goal of ensuring that the freedom of movement of forces and mean scan be viewed as an investment process that involves, both military and economic, short-term costs and long-term benefits.

  • Page Range: 106-113
  • Page Count: 8
  • Publication Year: 2018
  • Language: English