TITLE

TEATRUL DE OPERAÅ¢II DIN AFGANISTAN

AUTHOR(S)
MOLDOVEANU, CERASELA
PUB. DATE
February 2012
SOURCE
Review of Military History;2012, Issue 1/2, p69
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
After 2001, Afghanistan represented the main theatre of military operations where Romanian military forces were deployed. The complexity of the situations and challenges that the Romanian troops had to face on a daily basis led to the conclusion that an early familiarization with the environment, population and potential dangers is absolutely necessary. Thus, it is vital to have thorough knowledge of the land, climate, economy, way of life, education and working conditions of the inhabitants of this country in order to prepare detailed combat missions and to successfully reduce the existing risks.
ACCESSION #
85207316

 

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