Professor Momcilo Milinovic ,PhD,
Full Professor of Mechanical Engineering, Weapon Systems design
University of Belgrade, School of ME
Momcilo Milinovic is a full professor in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at the University of Belgrade. He received Master’s and doctorate degrees with focus on the jet and missiles propulsion area from the University of Belgrade over 1979 to 1985in the Aerospace Department of the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering. He realized experience in system and component engineering as well as in project managing of the rockets, missiles and jet propulsion, propellants, explosives area. From 1992, he is employed in the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering as a full professor of defense technologies subjects at the graduate as well as the doctoral levels. He is an honorary professor of the Military Academy of Serbia. He has over 30 years of experience in defense technologies and is a corresponding member of the Academy of Engineering Science of Serbia. He is an author of numerous, (more then 200) papers and studies in classified and unclassified categories, and leader of numerous research government projects.
Extending Role of National Defence in the International Critical Infrastructure Protection
The paper directing on the extended defence challenges, in determining their roles and organization, caused by tasks of international critical infrastructure protection on the homeland territory. Expected integrative roles of the governmental and nongovernmental forces, mixed as a homeland and international, could face with new missions and also new law obligatory questions and requirements. This sets up new approach of interoperability on the local territorial level. Approach suggested here, is based on integration of international and homeland military and other forces, with corporative security forces in the new formations with continual protective missions. The critical infrastructure and their technologies, which expect to be protected in corporative management, could be extended by national defence system using new modular open structure organization. Paper suggested frame solution for modular military-civil packages, in the form of the open structure architecture, for the joining military and corporative protection actors. The military formations and their roles could appear as supplementary protecting forces, according to their territorial lows obligation. Extended treatment of interoperability, as a state and corporative international defence approach, could bridge gaps coming from the political and formal law obstacles, regarding territorial responsibilities of homeland defence roles. Key words: critical infrastructure security, military forces package, virtual and modular architecture, civil institutions participation, interoperable efficiency.