Organizowanie zabezpieczenia materiałowego oddziału na współczesnym polu walki
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Organising the Unit Materials Supplies on Contemporary Battlefield
The development of military technology, constant ordinance improvement, fast pace and manoeuvre of modem military actions have increased the need for various combat and materials agents and thus complicated the process of materials provision for fighting troops. It results from the analysis and evaluation of changes occurring in the theory of fighting that conditions that can be divided into tactical, logistic, terrain and atmospheric ones are the most important factors determining the materials supplies’ process. These conditions involve many problems, facing of which on modern battlefield requires system solutions. These solutions include, among others, assuring adequacy of tasks conducted by materials supply unit with material and transport potential, optimal planning methods and procedures, organising and carrying out tasks relating to combat and material agents supplies, rendering social and housing services, rational use of material terrain infrastructure during the process of conducting services and supplies for subunits in combat. These problems should be solved by working out new and more efficient developments or by adopting solutions that have already been developed in leading NATO countries. Contemporary battlefield requires from the commanders not only to make decisions fast but effective planning and organising endeavours supporting theses decisions. One of the most important endeavours, due to the significance of the problem, is to provide efficient supplies for the fighting troops. It calls for fulfilling a basic condition, so called 4xW, i.e. the supplies must be carried out in a proper time, amount, quality and addressee.