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Mutually Perceive between Military Executive Members and Local Residents on the Military Family Welfare Support (군 간부와 지역주민 간 군 가족복지 지원 인식의 상호지향성)

  • Jeong, Mee-Kyung
    • The Journal of the Korea Contents Association
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    • v.16 no.2
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    • pp.25-44
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    • 2016
  • This research aims to examine how military executive members and local residents mutually perceive the military family support. The 217 individuals from the military executive and the 191 local residents took part in this research. The results of this study are as follows: First of all, in the sense of the agreement, the respondents from the military executive had higher perception when it comes to the necessity of the community support, whilst the answer from their counterparts did not. Second of all, in terms of the congruence(1) on this issue, the perception levels that the each group of respondents showed are not corresponded, besides each group had different level of demands on the community resources according to the analysis of the congruence(2). Third, regarding the accuracy(1), the military executive members called for higher coverage of community supports whilst the local residents perceived that the executive members might be having less demands. The accuracy(2) too shows the different perception on the resources that the each group has. Last of all, for the meta-agreement, which indicates how each group found its counterpart's perception, were only corresponded at the lower level.

A Trend Analysis and Technology Application of Defense Technology Protection (방위산업 기술보호 동향분석 및 기법적용)

  • Lee, Hyo Keun;Lee, Woon Soon;Oh, Yoo Jin;Park, ShinSuk
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology
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    • v.20 no.4
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    • pp.579-586
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    • 2017
  • The defense industry has become a global industry, and military technology is actively being traded between countries to increase their military capabilities. The Republic of Korea has been ranked one of the top 10 countries for exports of military technology. To maintain competitive advantages in the global defense industry, it is essential to protect key technologies employed by exported weapon systems. Various techniques have been developed for protection of confidential technologies in weapon systems, and the U.S. DoD has been leading the development of the protection techniques. This paper reviews current anti-tampering techniques that prevent leakage of key technology from weapon exportation or pillage. Based on the protection techniques employed by the U.S. DoD Anti-Tamper Executive Agent, this paper suggests novel design methods for protection of confidential technologies. The proposed design methods were tested on an actual weapon system.

The Effect of Organizational Culture Types on Service Quality and Customer Satisfaction in the Military Hospital Organizations (군 의료기관의 조직문화 유형이 의료서비스 질과 고객만족에 미치는 영향)

  • Shin, Dong Sun;Lee, Jae Hee
    • Korea Journal of Hospital Management
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    • v.21 no.4
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    • pp.23-44
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    • 2016
  • We conducted this research for the purpose of examining the effects of organizational culture on service quality and customer satisfaction in the military hospital organizations in Korea. The research samples were collected from employees in 12 military hospitals belonged to the Armed Forces Command. For the analysis we used SPSS 18.0 and AMOS 20.0 program for conducting reliability tests, confirmatory factor analysis, and structural equation model analysis in order to find the relationship between the variables analyzed. The result of this study shows that the military hospitals in Korea have strong relationship-oriented culture, but weak hierarchy-oriented culture. Among the three groups of military hospitals, innovation-oriented culture and relationship-oriented culture were the strongest in the executive agency hospital group, task-oriented culture was the strongest in the group of the he frontline hospitals and hierarchy-oriented culture was the strongest in the group of the rear area hospitals. It was found that the executive agency hospitals have the strongest service quality and customer satisfaction among the hospital groups analyzed. This research also found that relationship-oriented culture and innovation-oriented culture have a direct positive(+) effect on service quality; hierarchy oriented culture has a direct negative(-) effect on service quality; task oriented culture has a direct positive(+) effect on customer satisfaction, and service quality mediated between organizational culture and customer satisfaction. The findings from this study suggests that implementing the dynamic strategies for organizational culture with focus on service qualities is needed given that customer satisfaction in the military hospitals is highly affected by service quality.

An Operational Analysis of Denfense Expenditures (국방비의 O.R.적 분석)

  • Won, Un-Sang
    • Journal of the military operations research society of Korea
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    • v.3 no.2
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    • pp.91-101
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    • 1977
  • The recent issue on the withdrawal of U.S. Forces from Korea Suggests an Urgency of Self Defense of Korea. The expected huge defense budget and her armed forces create a need for an operational analysis. It is shown through a statistical analysis what some of the opportunity costs of defense spending have been. Some evidences about what some of the economy sacrifice if defense spending rises have been analyzed to provide executive departments with a quantitative basis for decisions. The Korea-U.S. alliance is discussed in view of the developmental effects of U.S. aids and deterrent effects of U.S.F.K.

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A Study on the Improvement of Child Care System for a woman soldier (여군간부 자녀 보육제도 개선방안에 관한 연구)

  • Lee, Dong-Ho;Yoon, Yeo-Yeon;Park, Sang-Hyuk
    • The Journal of the Convergence on Culture Technology
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    • v.5 no.2
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    • pp.53-57
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    • 2019
  • This Female soldiers today have a child-rearing problem, dealing with the environment and numerous hardships arising from their professional family composition such as working overtime and moving directors due to their characteristics during military service. Also, female soldiers are deepening with the unique duties of the military and frequent training sessions and night shifts, and the hardships of the status quo are continuing, for this reason the heavy responsibilities and stresses of the female military in charge of child care are reaching an extreme. Therefore, this study needs to study institutional measures to ensure the service conditions of female soldiers during the period of child care and to improve child care.

A Simulation Technique of the Shipboard INS Transfer Alignment Environments using Hardware-In-the-Loop Simulation (HILS를 이용한 함정의 관성항법장치 전달정렬 환경 모의 기법)

  • Kim, Woon-Sik;Yang, Tae-Soo;Kim, Sang-Ha
    • Journal of the Korea Institute of Military Science and Technology
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    • v.14 no.2
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    • pp.181-188
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    • 2011
  • A simulation technique, which simulate dynamic motion and communication environments of ship in the lab, is needed in order to reduce the testing cost when we evaluate the transfer alignment performance of shipboard INS. Hardware-In-the-Loop Simulation(HILS) can be used as an effective test method for those system because it can provide flexible and realistic simulation environments, various test scenario, and repeated test environment in the lab without additional cost and person. This paper presents the methods for implementing the real time HILS environment for testing transfer alignment performance of shipboard INS. It includes real time executive for controlling realtime simulation and calculating the ship motion, communication method for interfacing between the systems, and coordinate transformation method for converting real ship coordinate attitude data to lab coordinate attitude data.

Curriculum development group specializing in the Department of Hu-man Resources plan (군 전문인력 양성학과 교육과정 개발 방안)

  • Kim, Young Joung
    • Convergence Security Journal
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    • v.13 no.2
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    • pp.195-202
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    • 2013
  • Defense reform our military for the globalization of information. Scientific command structure, troop structure, unit structure, step-by-step into the power structure while promoting a history of quantitative-oriented structure, and structure of the quality of state-of-the-art technology-driven transition in the middle of the bottle numberplans about the current 3.3-fold increase in reducing the cadre(officers and NCOs). NCO groups in the executive, especially expanding the current level of 100% increase in the rate of long-serving, while ensuring a stable job and to superior resources to secure a stable policy through science. Military alliance is now underway. In the midst of this group, and urged the group at the University of the leading military and specialized resources to ensure each agreement required by subjects to reflect. Thus effectively improve the quality of education and the demands of the job analysis, DACUM curriculum development methods and procedures can be applied at the time of urgent need for foster an excellent resource for the discharge of curriculum development at the University of Selected as a core job, career, and job classification configuration inside of Duty according to KST derived from the group reflect on the training courses to meet the requirements in the curriculum through the development of curriculum, job definition, job model set to propose.

The Relationship between Sovereignty and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, Military administration & command (주권과 국군통수권의 관계 및 병정관계에 관한 연구)

  • Kim, Sung Woo
    • Convergence Security Journal
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    • v.13 no.5
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    • pp.67-75
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    • 2013
  • South Korea suggest that the United States government should delay the date to hand over wartime operational control (OPCON). It is fixed on December 1, 2015. Typically the president's position as head of the executive authority is coming from the Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces. Now we should know the commander-in-chief of the nation's forces and the meaning of OPCON. The relationship between sovereignty and the commander-in-chief of the nation's forces is a little different. This is one of the efforts to enlarge the efficiency of Armed Forces. Of course, operational control is little control of the sovereign personnel, logistics, administration, discipline, organizing, training, etc. It does not control all matters. The current ROK Combined Forces Command itself is made with reference to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization(NATO). If we insist our own sovereignty is infringed because of OPCON, that claim is coated in irreparable damage to the national interest.

Study on the Guarding System in the latter "Choson" era (조선후기 호위제도의 고찰)

  • Lee, Sung-Jin
    • Korean Security Journal
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    • no.16
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    • pp.229-241
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    • 2008
  • he guarding system of the "Choson" era is completed by the Gyeongguk-daejeon(an administrative canon) at the kings "Sejong" and "Yejong", and it is supplemented at the King "Seongjong". "Geum-gun" is composed of "Naegeum-wi", "Gyeombok-sa", "Wirim-wi" and "Jeongro-wi" in the period before the Japanese Aggression of Korea in 1952, and in the period after the aggression war, the organization of the "Geum-gun" is changed repeatedly according to circumstances in the period after the aggression. They("Geum-gun") devote themselves to the protection of kings and the capital defense in the first period of the "Choson" era. The most important change of the "Geum-gun" is the practice of five military units system, three military units of them, "Hunryeon-dogam", "Eoyeong-cheong" and "Geumwi-yeong", take charge of the guard of kings and the capital defense, and "Chongyung-cheong" and "Sueo-cheong" take charge of the defense of the outer areas of the capital region with key positions located at "Namhan-sanseong" and "Bukhan-sanseong"(mountain fortress Walls). The function of the "Geum-gun" is extended through the aggressions, therefore the number of soldiers is increased greatly. The guarding system for the country and its royal family is frequently changed according to the improvement of the people's position with themselves-awakening and their understanding of realities. The reorganization of the "Geum-gun" including "Howi-cheong", "Geumgun-cheong", "Sukwi-so" and "Jangyong-yeong" is unavoidable to strengthen the royal rights that are weaken by deposing the king "Injo". The standing of the existing organizations is changed many times with financial problems. The enthronement of the king "Jeongjo" is a great epoch in the change of the guarding system.

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