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Training

The Imperative Need for Suicide Awareness and Intervention Training for Defence Members

Adam Smith delivers the case for Defence making suicide prevention training a mandatory part of the curriculum.

By Adam Smith

Collective PME

#KYR: Japan - Contemporary Issues

This article provides information on some of the more important issues facing contemporary Japan: the legacy of WW2, island disputes, Fukishima, gender inequality and an aging population.

By The Cove

Collective PME

#KYR: Japan - Economy

You'll find here links to various resources on the Japanese economy, which is especially important to Australia, being its second-largest trade partner.

By The Cove

Collective PME

#KYR: Japan - Diplomacy

As the third largest economy in the world, and a member of 'the Quad', it is important for Australia to understand this critical diplomatic presence in the Indo-Pacific.

By The Cove

Collective PME

#KYR: Japan - Military

This resource provides information to help the reader understand the historically restricted Japanese Self Defence Force (JSDF).

By The Cove

Collective PME

#KYR: Japan - Information

To aid in understanding Japan, this resource provides information on Japanese culture, national psyche, foreign affairs and more.

By The Cove

Military History

A reflection on the future of Australian Artillery – 1871 to 2021 and beyond

Happy 150th Birthday to all the gunners out there, past and present. Here is a little snippet of your history and where the corps is heading in the future.

By Nick Floyd

Leadership

I Wish I Had Known That... - Interview with RSM-A on his top 5 responses

Join us for an interview with RSM-A with his top 5 responses for the 'I wish I had known that...' campaign.

By The Cove

PME Resources

Cove Advocate Group

Drum roll please ... Introducing the 'Cove Advocate Group!' Everything you need to know about being a Cove Advocate.

By The Cove

Leadership

Taking classroom leadership into command; notes from a junior leader

An officer writes about their experiences in being a new leader on their first command and has some advice for future junior leaders.

By Brett Trevorrow

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