Methodology for determining the optimal composition of the raid squad

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Technological development of the warring parties, the introduction of new forms and methods of armed struggle, the trend of transition to a network-centric war necessitates the search for ways to improve the effectiveness of carrying out tasks behind enemy lines.The effectiveness of a raid squad in accomplishing its tasks will largely depend on the optimal distribution of available forces and assets over enemy targets. Therefore, the methodology for determining the optimal composition of the raid squad presented in the article is based on the most acceptable in terms of optimality algorithm based on the method of two functions.

The proposed methodology takes into account the probability of a particular enemy object being hit by the units available in the raid squad and the coefficients of operational and tactical importance intended for destroying (disabling) enemy objects.

The methodology is intended for use in raid actions planning.

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2021-10-01

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Oliinyk, V., Danyliuk , I. ., & Shynkarenko , O. . (2021). Methodology for determining the optimal composition of the raid squad. Political Science and Security Studies Journal, 2(3), 26-30. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5534861

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