Hellenic Defence and Armaments Policy

Meimarakis, Evangelos
October 2006
Military Technology;2006, Vol. 30 Issue 10, p15
The article focuses on the move of the Hellenic Ministry of National Defence in Greece to create the New Force Structure and the command Structure of the Hellenic Armed Forces to effectively react to modern challenges. The new defense policies are based on the principles of Defence Sufficiency, Jointness, Rapid Deployment Capability and Effective Reaction to challenges. The author adds that the county's participation in peace-support operations leads to international security and stability.


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