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Selected aspects of logistic management in the army

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The article entitled “Selected aspects of logistic management in the army” is the introduction to a cross-sectional analysis of modern logistics problems and the proper management of these processes in the army. These changes are mainly the result of the professionalization of the army – because professionalization is an unprecedented phenomenon in the history of the armed forces. The modernization effort undertaken in a short time has completely changed the face of the Polish army. Military logistics is an area where these changes are mainly visible. The ongoing reorganization is not only to adapt logistics to the new requirements of a professional, fully professional army, but also to improve the efficiency of spending public money and increase the percentage of combat sub-units in relation to the security ones.
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132-143
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  • Faculty of Management and Command, War Studies University Al. Gen. Chruściela 103, 00-910 Warsaw, Poland
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