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Royal Australian Corps of Transport | Head of Corps Cell

Heads of Corps (HOC) undertake a vital role making a fundamental contribution to Army’s capability.  HOC are the senior advocates and advisors who, on behalf of CA, are charged with representing their Corps' interests and providing specialist Corps advice into all capability modernisation, employment category management, personnel and other policy development. They also hold the traditions and heritage for their Corps in trust.

To contact the Royal Australian Corps of Transport (RACT) Head of Corps Cell ract.hoccell [at] defence.gov.au (click here).

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.



 

War Room

RACT Corps Conference | Automated and Autonomous Systems for Combat Service Support: Scoping Study and Technology Prioritisation

This article is suggested pre-reading for those attending the Royal Australian Corps of Transport Corps Conference. It is a summary of the full report: ‘Automated and Autonomous Systems for Combat Service Support: Scoping Study and Technology Prioritisation’

By Royal Australian Corps of Transport | Head of Corps Cell

War Room

RACT Corps Conference | A Primer: Balancing Ready Now and Future Ready

The Royal Australian Corps of Transport (RACT) will hold a Corps Conference from 25 to 27 March 2020. This primer is aimed at all members of the Corps to inform and update them of upcoming changes. However, it also contains good information for all members of the Army to keep abreast of how the RACT is developing.

By Royal Australian Corps of Transport | Head of Corps Cell