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In Poland, will reform the army

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In Poland, will reform the army



In the near future in the Polish army will make significant changes.

This is stated in the law, which is today signed by the President of Poland Bronislaw Komorowski. According to him, the first thing is to reduce the number of representatives of the central office of command. This structure plans to make the same for both the peace and the war period.

Poland will abolish divisions by type of service. They will no longer be divided into infantry, special forces, air force, and naval forces. Instead, they will create a central command of the armed forces, whose responsibilities will include the preparation and functioning of the army in peacetime, as well as operational command, which will take the leadership in times of crises, and lead units that are intended for foreign missions.

The General Staff will no longer be responsible for planning, management and reporting. His responsibilities will include: strategic planning, drawing up multi-year programs for the development of the army and advising the president, the head of government and the minister of defense.

The reason for these innovations was a large congestion of the General Staff. According to supporters of the current reforms, since the leadership did not pay due attention, this was one of the reasons for the appearance of numerous violations in the military aviationthat led to the tragic plane crash that happened with the Polish presidential Tu-154 near Smolensk in 2010.

It is planned that the new system of functioning of the Polish army to enter into force in 2014 year.
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  1. tronin.maxim
    tronin.maxim 23 July 2013 06: 31
    +1
    Polish army ?! It is interesting! what smile
    1. Dart weyder
      Dart weyder 23 July 2013 06: 39
      +1
      well, Estonia, Lithuania and Latvia can be "shuffled with weapons and flexed with military muscles" - which is impossible for Poland, I think it will be stronger than these giants laughing
      1. vadimN
        vadimN 23 July 2013 10: 48
        +3
        In the days of the USSR and the Warsaw Pact, there was a certain ranking of the armed forces. In modern language - the rating of combat readiness and combat readiness:) ... So, according to this rating, the first place was shared by the armies of the USSR and the German Democratic Republic, followed by the Polish army, and then all other friends in the socialist camp. In the mobilization plans of the joint armed forces of the Warsaw Pact in the event of a global conflict in Europe, the most significant areas were covered specifically by the armies of the GDR and Poland ...., well, not counting the Soviet army, of course.
        ... So the Polish army should not be ironically underestimated, especially given the "love" of the Polish political leadership for Russia ...
        ... Eh, I would share with them our rich experience in reforming the armed forces! Serdyukov would rent them out!
    2. Alexey Prikazchikov
      Alexey Prikazchikov 23 July 2013 07: 32
      -2
      How can these pigs be intrestny? In my opinion, ordinary degenerates are so simple.
  2. Dart weyder
    Dart weyder 23 July 2013 06: 37
    +5
    "According to the supporters of the current reforms, since the leadership did not pay enough attention, this was one of the reasons for the emergence of numerous violations in the field of military aviation, which led to the tragic plane crash that happened to the Polish presidential Tu-154 near Smolensk in 2010.. "- admitted that they themselves are to blame! ?????
    1. Leisure
      Leisure 23 July 2013 07: 33
      +1
      Sorry, escaped. (Let it slip)
  3. regsSSSR
    regsSSSR 23 July 2013 06: 37
    0
    I don’t even know what and say for us it’s bad or good, maybe someone who knows request
  4. pinecone
    pinecone 23 July 2013 06: 50
    0
    It can be seen that the translators are translators. The types of troops and the types of armed forces are not the same thing.
    1. Akim
      Akim 23 July 2013 10: 58
      0
      Quote: pinecone
      It can be seen that the translators

      Ukrainian journalists have such a mistake. Here is in Polish.
      http://www.altair.com.pl/news/view?news_id=10998
      It says there views.
  5. shinobi
    shinobi 23 July 2013 07: 05
    0
    But why the army in general? Police forces, yes, they need them. Border guards at customs, but that's all. Any large European state in the event of a conflict will smear psheks in a few days. WWII experience.
    1. Akim
      Akim 23 July 2013 08: 30
      +1
      Quote: shinobi
      . Any large European state in the event of a conflict will smash pshek in a few days

      I would not be so categorical. Underestimating a likely adversary is the biggest mistake.
  6. kind
    kind 23 July 2013 07: 42
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    It is planned that the new system of functioning of the Polish army to enter into force in 2014 year.

    Serdyukov to help them!
    1. waisson
      waisson 23 July 2013 08: 33
      +1
      Yes, I think Serdyukov would have helped, but they still have their own pepper
      Tomasz Semoniak - Minister of National Defense of Poland since November 18, 2011.

      Personal life

      Born July 2, 1967 in Walbrzych.

      He graduated from the Department of Foreign Trade of the School of Economics in Warsaw, was a scholar at the University of Duisburg.

      Married, has a daughter and a son.

      Career

      While still a student, he was a member of the Independent Association of Students, the head of the student structure at the Warsaw School of Economics. In the 90s, he consistently served in the Liberal Democratic Congress (KLD) and the Freedom Union, then joined the Civic Platform party.

      From 1994 to 1996 he worked on Polish television, including as director of the 1st program.

      In 1997, he coordinated the work of the media at the Institute of Public Affairs.

      In 1998-2000, he served as director of the press and information department of the Ministry of National Defense, then until 2002 he served as deputy chairman of the Polish Press Agency.

      From December 2000 to July 2002 - Vice President of Warsaw.

      In the period from 2002 to 2006 he worked on Polish radio.

      In 2007 - vice speaker of the Masovian Voivodeship.

      November 26, 2007 appointed Secretary of State of the Ministry of the Interior.

      August 2, 2011 appointed to the post of Secretary of Defense in the first government of Donald Tusk.

      November 18, 2011 took the same position in Tusk’s new office.
  7. Sochi
    Sochi 23 July 2013 09: 34
    0
    Yeah, a zilch-zilch army will be created ...
  8. Galinanp
    Galinanp 23 July 2013 09: 51
    0
    The centuries-old ponteousness of the Poles, they themselves suffer from it, and they seek causes outside.
  9. Vlad_Mir
    Vlad_Mir 23 July 2013 09: 52
    0
    Yeah! Nightmares tortured Poland!
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