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THE IMPLEMENTATION OF LINK 16 IN THE POLISH ARMED FORCES AND ITS INFLUENCE ON DEFENCE CAPABILITIES, NATIONAL SECURITY AND IMAGE OF POLAND AS A NATO MEMBER
 
 
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Centrum Systemów Informacyjno-Komunikacyjnych Sił Powietrznych RP
Publication date: 2015-05-12
 
SBN 2015;7(1): 103–116
 
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The article shows the history and origins of Tactical Data Systems, their structure and purposes in countries who are members of North Atlantic Treaty Organization with the emphasis on LINK 16 standard. It describes the epect of LINK 16 implementation in the Polish Armed Forces on Poland’s interoperability as a fully – uedged NATO member thus increasing defense capabilities, national security and enhancing the Polish Armed Forces’ image in the international arena. What is more, typical examples of Tactical Data Links operations during military exercises, in peacetime and while trying to solve geopolitical, military conuicts in the world have also been characterized.
 
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Exposé 2008 – The Foreign Minister Mr. Radoslaw Sikorski’s brief on the Polish Foreign Policy in 2008, Warsaw, 2008.
 
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Memorandum of agreement (MOA) between the Government of the Republic of Poland and Headquarters, Supreme Allied Commander Transformation (HQ SACT) regarding the establishment and support of the NATO Joint Force Training Centre (JFTC) on the territory of the Republic of Poland, Brussels, 2005.
 
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NATO Standardization Office NATO STANAG 5511 Tactical Data Exchange – Link 11, Brussels.
 
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NATO Standardization Office STANAG 5522 Tactical Data Exchange – Link 22, Brussels.
 
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NATO Standardization Office NATO STANAG 5616 Standards for Data Forwarding between Tactical Data Systems employing Link 11/11B and Link 16, Brussels.
 
ISSN:2082-2677