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Syndicate B. Officer training for Future Conflict: Versatility vs. Specialization. The way of doing. Versatility first, specialization next: Leader first, then specialist; Every specialist - member of the “Military Family” with common values (non monetary values);

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syndicate b
Syndicate B

Officer training for Future Conflict:

Versatility vs. Specialization

the way of doing
The way of doing
  • Versatility first, specialization next:
  • Leader first, then specialist;
  • Every specialist - member of the “Military Family” with common values (non monetary values);
  • Cooperation, intercultural training, interoperability dimension must be added to general training;
  • Basic military training – as a selection tool for future officers;
  • Specialization only (without wider knowledge) is leading to narrow minded officers.
way ahead
Way ahead
  • Multiple diverse foreign language training;
  • Intercultural awareness;
  • Extend and intensify cadet exchange (Erasmus);
  • Unified blocks/modules for Curriculums:
  • Common interchangeable military modules;
  • Common Academic modules;
  • Balance between Military and Academic education.
  • Setup of common Minimum Military requirements;
  • Virtual cooperation among cadets (common project, paper contest, etc.).