O. Ruvin, M. Dieniezhkin, V. Koloniuk, N. Havryliuk
The article is devoted to the main problematic issues of implementation of methodological support based on the principles and rules of NATO member states into the practice of defence planning for the development of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. A strategy of transition to the principles and rules used by NATO member states is proposed, which is based on the mutual integration of two planning systems into a single one, which would use the best procedures of this process taking into account the conditions of Ukraine.
The article analyzes the guiding documents regulating defence planning in the Ministry of Defense of Ukraine and the Armed Forces of Ukraine, and the experience of NATO member countries in using the methodological apparatus to substantiate the objectives of the tasks and development measures of the Armed Forces of Ukraine. A conclusion was made about the identity of the results obtained by two instrumental means and the difference in the use of methods.
Possible ways of solving problematic issues regarding the development of appropriate methodical support for the development of the Armed Forces of Ukraine based on the assessment of the military formation’s ability to perform the set (typical) tasks for the transition to the principles and rules used by NATO member states are proposed.
Key words: ability to perform assigned (typical) tasks (ability); requirements for ability; deficiency of ability; basic components of abilities; operational effects; coordination of resources; regulatory framework.