Today, at Operations Command (OC), commanders of first subordinate units briefed about combat readiness status for October 2019.
First subordinate units’ commanders briefed the OC Commander, Major General Pavle Arsoski on the achievements, implementation of plans, tasks and activities, training and other segments of the unit’s work, which have an impact on the combat readiness of the units.
At the briefing, the subordinate units’ commanders outlined their review and analyzes about: personnel management, force protection, operations, training and exercises, logistics, signals and communications, budgeting and civil-military cooperation.
The commanders of the first subordinate units emphasized the degree of fulfillment of the planned tasks, the results achieved in the training as well as the living and working conditions.
In his monthly report, the Commander of the Operations Command noted that Army transformation is underway, a process that is ahead of us and will last for the next ten years.
At the end of the report Major General Pavle Arsoski concluded that by maximally engaging the staff of the OC and the subordinate units, the level of execution of the main tasks and activities that marked the past month is at the required level and he issued tasks and directions for realization of planned tasks for November 2019.