• Military Thought
  • 2004-03-31MTH-No. 001
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Oleg Nikolaevich KALINOVSKIY, born on March 7, 1954, in the town of Tavda, Sverdlovsk Oblast; the Sumy Higher Artillery Command School, with top honors (1975); the M. I. Kalinin Artillery Academy, with top honors (1989); the Belorussian and Turkestan Military Districts: platoon, battery commander, battalion chief of staff; from December 1981 until March 1984, battery commander (201st Motorized Infantry Division), in the Democratic Republic of Afghanistan; the Academy Command Department; the Defense Ministry Central Scientific Research Institute: junior, senior research associate, head of laboratory; Cand. Sc.: military cybernetics, information science and systems analysis; author of more than 30 scientific works; from 1996, editor, the Military Thought journal; from 1998, deputy chief editor; since June 2002, chief editor.

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