Portrait

Biography

Andrew Glover

Andrew Glover enlisted in the Australian Regular Army in 2002 and since initial officer training at the Royal military College Duntroon has been a Royal Australian Transport Officer. He has worked across a variety of logistics postings within the Special Operations Command and in the conventional Army, deploying with a number of times with both forces. He has completed the suite of Army Intelligence Officer courses having served as a S2 for a Combat Engineer Regiment, Armoured Cavalry Regiment and within a Combat Brigade Headquarters.

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Australian Army, the Department of Defence or the Australian Government.



 

Break In

Skipping Leg Day

The Australian Army is a boxer. He trains hard and looks impressive. He is presented to the crowd in a ring, in his weight class, against a near peer. The ring is one large 'white box'. The Australian Army could not fight in a street fight. He lacks the speed and agility to keep up with his allies and the cardio to manoeuvre. The Australian Army skips leg day.

By Andrew Glover