Faculty of Logistics and Technical Support

Head of the Faculty of Logistics and Technical Support


Lesov Gani Sabitkhanovich

The Faculty of Logistics and Technical Support is one of the leading faculties of the National Defense University, formed in June 2020.
From May 25, 2022 to the present, the faculty is headed by Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), associate Professor, Colonel Konstantin Leonidovich Belikov.

The Faculty carries out scientific and pedagogical activities for the preparation of undergraduates and doctoral students both full-time and distance learning in the following specialties:
— training of officers in the specialty of the profile and scientific and pedagogical magistracy: “7M12103 – Logistics in military affairs” of full—time and distance learning with the assignment of specialist qualifications in the field of “Logistics management” and “Technical support management”;
— training of scientific and pedagogical personnel in doctoral studies in the specialty: 8D12103 – “Weapons and military equipment”, full—time and distance learning.
The main goal of the faculty is to train highly qualified military personnel who are able to apply the acquired knowledge and skills to solve the tasks of logistics and technical support of troops that meet state and special requirements, have sufficient competencies, the level of which should meet the need of the Armed Forces, other troops and military formations in competent specialists.

The faculty consists of the management of the faculty and departments.

The management of the faculty includes:
— Head of the faculty;
— deputy Head of the Faculty for academic and scientific work;
— senior officer;
— senior specialist (responsible executor).

Departments of the Faculty:
— Department of Logistics;
— department of Technical Support.

The main objectives of the faculty are:
— implementation of educational, methodological and scientific work in the areas and specialties of the faculty at a high professional level that meets modern trends and requirements for the training of military personnel;
— satisfaction of the state’s need for qualified, competent specialists with postgraduate education and scientific and pedagogical personnel of the highest qualification in the profile of the faculty;
— testing and implementation of modern technologies, methods and methods of training, including credit, distance, information and communication, contributing to the rapid adaptation of vocational education to the changing needs of the Armed Forces;
— continuous improvement of the educational process based on the integration of the scientific potential of the University, the system of effective management and the introduction of innovative educational programs containing new, qualitatively improved technologies, methods and forms of education;
— organization and conduct of scientific research in the direction of the faculty and on the problems of vocational education;
— creating the necessary conditions for obtaining high-quality education aimed at the formation of a professionally competent personality, a competitively capable specialist capable of independently and creatively solving professional tasks, perceiving new scientific ideas and being a conductor of the latest technologies;
— the development of creative, spiritual and physical capabilities of the individual, the formation of solid foundations of morality and a healthy lifestyle;
— development of educational literature and teaching materials aimed at improving the quality of military personnel training.

To solve problems, the following functions are assigned to the faculty:
— organizational functions;
— functions for academic work;
— functions for methodical work;
— functions for scientific work;
— functions for personnel work and logistics.