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At dawn on the 25th of April 1915, the ANZAC Infantry Division landed on the Gallipoli peninsula as part of a British campaign to wrest control of the Dardanelles. The landing and subsequent operations on the Gallipoli peninsula are etched in our national consciousness - events in which our Army played a central role. The Cove proudly brings you the history of Australia’s Gallipoli Campaign, told through a high-quality 14-minute animated video. Watch this video to enhance your understanding of this formative part of Army's history and our national heritage.
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In one of the few modern pieces written about the Australian Army's officer corps; James Brown is quite critical of officer culture in his 2013 article 'Fifty Shades of Grey: Officer Culture in the Australian Army'. In the fourth edition of our series of PME activities for junior officers, we encourage some self-reflection of officer culture.