Communications in which information of any kind, especially orders and decisions, are conveyed from one command, person, or place to another, are basic feature of all civilian organizations, namely as far as managerial work is concerned. In military, they are used within the armed forces, usually by means of electronic equipment, including communications security equipment, organic to the tactical forces. They are implemented in integrated surrounding NEC (Network Enabled Capability) by means of widening and updating field communication system of the AČR. NEC together with other key operational capacities will enable to change information power into higher operational effectivity and strength of Czech armed forces.

Lt.Col. Ing. Lubomír Střída, born in 1956, Military Technical College (VVTŠ) Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia, after that he served in command assignments with units of radio technical support for the air forces. In the years 1995-1997 he worked in a group of electronical warfare REB 2 of the army corps. From 1997 till 2002, chief of section O-6 11, military intelligence brigade. Subsequently he was appointed to the staff of a multinational brigade at Topoľčay (2003-2005). After his return he became a senior lecturer at the Department of Military Management and Tactics, Faculty of Economics and Management (FEM), University of Defence Brno.

Country: Czech Republic


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