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Friday, 09 May 2014 11:10

The System of Maintenance and Repairs in UN Missions

Abstract:

The article informs about methods and ways of maintenance and repairing military equipment, armament, materiel, for the duration of UN international missions. It depicts the whole system, including personnel duties during maintenance and recovery of materiel in the areas of United Nations peacekeeping operations. Further it explains some maintenance rules and activities done while scheduling the maintenance and repairing scheme, as well as contracted services.

Maj. Ing. Martin Kurka, born in 1965. He is graduate of the Military Academy in Brno (1994-2000), the course for UN military observers in Vyškov and the doctoral studies at the Logistics Department at the University of Defense in Brno. He passed through various posts in logistics of the Czech Armed Forces. In period 2008-2009 he was the United Nations Observer in Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG) and in2011-2012  in the Democratic Republic of Congo (MONUSCO). Currently he works as the senior officer in the ammunition section at the Support HQ in Stara Boleslav.

Country: Czech Republic

04/02/2014

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