Department of rocket troops and artillery of the combined arms faculty

Head of the Department of rocket troops and artillery of the combined arms faculty

colonel

Oleynik Vladimir Stanislavovich

The Department of rocket troops and artillery trains undergraduates of the operational-tactical (tactical) level of management of artillery formations and units, specialty 6M100300 ” Military and administrative management (under the program of Rocket troops and artillery)”, since September 1, 2016, specialty “7M 12101-Management in military Affairs” (management of operational-tactical formations and units of rocket troops and artillery).

Main tasks of the Department:
1. Organization and implementation of training and methodological work at a high theoretical, methodological and scientific level in order to train highly qualified specialists with the knowledge, skills, skills and professional qualities of officers for the Armed Forces in the field of managing formations (units) of missile troops and artillery in modern combined arms combat and operations;
2. Performing scientific research aimed at developing military theory in the field of combat use of rocket troops and artillery, improving the combat capability and combat readiness of troops;
3. Preparation and release of educational publications (textbooks, teaching AIDS, educational and methodological complexes of disciplines), educational and scientific materials to support educational activities;
4. Participation in the development of educational programs, working curricula, structural and logical schemes for training specialists and schedules of training sessions together with the educational and methodological Department and departments of the University.

Educational discipline:
– combat use of rocket troops and artillery;
– control of rocket attacks and artillery fire;
– theoretical bases of control of strikes and fire of rocket troops and artillery;
– artillery reconnaissance;
– topogeodesic, hydrometeorological and ballistic support of rocket troops and artillery;
– methods of combat and operational training;
– combat use of artillery (for other specialists).