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2017 | 72 | 307-310
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Polish Armed Forces after 1989 and cooperation with NATO

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The article describes the Polish Armed Forces after 1989, and the restructuring and modernization process, as well as cooperation with NATO. The Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland is presented as a basic element of the state defense system, guaranteeing state defense, counteracting aggression within the framework of allied obligations, protecting the independence of the state and indivisibility of its territory, and ensuring the security and inviolability of its borders. In addition, the Polish military participates in the process of stabilizing the international situation, as well as in crisis response operations, humanitarian missions and the promotion of internal security. The aim of the study is to try to identify the security system of Poland - Armed Forces of the Republic of Poland, and the changes taking place after 1989.
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72
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307-310
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  • Command and Operations Department, Polish Naval Academy, Gdynia, Poland
  • Command and Operations Department, Polish Naval Academy, Gdynia, Poland
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