Poglądy doktrynalne na prowadzenie operacji stabilizacyjnych w ujęciu Sił Zbrojnych Stanów Zjednoczonych
Doctrinal views on conducting stabilization operations according to the Armed Forces of the United States
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The aim of this article is to present current views binding in the US Armed Forces on conducting stabilization operations. These viewpoints were analysed basing on selected doctrinal documents and combat handbooks on the level of the Defense Department and chosen armed forces’ branches. The article shows the importance that is applied to a complex approach to the planning, organization and carrying out stabilization operations and the significance of such operations in the US defense doctrine. The starting point for considerations of this problem is an assessment of these operations’ quantitative growth and level of complexity, as well as defining the stabilization operation notion. The importance of synchronization of military and non-military factors, as well as the coordination of activities of elements designated by the armed forces and non-military entities which is attached in US doctrinal documents are presented.
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