ÖMZ - ÖSTERREICHISCHE MILITÄRISCHE ZEITSCHRIFT - Austrian Military Journal (AMJ)
The Austrian Military Journal (AMJ) is published every two months.
The AMJ is a military-scientific journal with reports and analyses on pertinent topics covering the whole scope of security policy, polemology and military science. The articles marked with names or initials contain the authors’ views and not necessarily those of official bodies or of the editorial staff.
Republic of Austria, Federal Minister of Defence and Sports, FMoDaS, Roßauer Lände 1, 1090 Wien
Printed by: Holzhausen Druck GmbH, Wienerfeldstraße 9, 2120 Wolkersdorf
FMoDaS, AMJ editorial office, Amtsgebäude Stiftgasse, Stiftgasse 2A, 1070 Wien
TRUPPENDIENST is the periodical covering topics of missions, leadership, and training of all branches of the Austrian Armed Forces.
The main focus is on our partners in the European Union and the strategic environment of our country, aiming especially at furthering the practical skills and theoretical knowledge of officers, non-commissioned officers, and other ranks working in the fields of training of all troops, of mission preparations, or are engaged in such missions.
TRUPPENDIENST also wants to provide a forum for freedom of expression on matters of the Forces and of Defence issues, thus making a contribution towards deepening the feeling of common identity of all soldiers within the European Union.
TRUPPENDIENST is published in the German language, 6 times a year (bimonthly, starting with February), issues 14 500 copies and reaches app. 50 000 readers.
TRUPPENDIENST also provides the official paper on the operations of the Austrian Armed Forces – the annual „Operations Review“ in German and English.
Besides this TRUPPENDIENST issues special editions, e.g. on the armed forces of the USA, Europe, the Middle East and the Far East and Australia – „Military International“.
Occasionally TRUPPENDIENST International is issued covering topics of international interest in English.
TRUPPENDIENST also runs a production of pocket- and handbooks.
Find out more by visiting the homepage of the Austrian MOD: http://www.bmlvs.gv.at/truppendienst/index.shtml.
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