The Main Lessons Learned of Transformation of NATO Command Structure and NATO Air Command and Control Structure
In recent years since the Cold War, the United States and European NATO members have implemented serious reductions (both in personnel and technical investment) in their military forces, constantly reducing the proportion of gross domestic product spent on the military spending. It seemed possible that crises and conflicts could be managed with political and diplomatic means. However, there are many parts of the world which present security risks and experience armed conflict which potentially compromise the security not only of Europe but also the security of our country. In light of the crisis in Ukraine, it is worthwhile to review the effect of NATO transformation, began in 2010, and even though we cannot see the end of the events in Ukraine, some conclusions can already be drawn.