Portrait

Biography

Sally Graham

Sally Graham is a Major in the Royal Australian Corps of Transport. She has sixteen years worth of experience serving in a variety of different corps and non-corps postings throughout her career.

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.


Unit PME

Culture: Role Models and War Hero Case Studies

Case studies with discussion questions for unit or individual PME.

By Sally Graham

Unit PME

Ethics: What We Can Learn From the Case of SGT Blackman

Readings and discussion points for unit PME activities.

By Sally Graham

Break In

Where to Begin with Military History?

This article introduces a series of historical training packages aimed to assist battalion and company level professional development. The packages have been designed to recognise the 100th anniversary of a number of key battles while at the same time offering relevant discussion points across the spectrum of warfare.

By Sally Graham

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Understanding Myth-making in Historical Case Studies Through the Kokoda Campaign, 1942

To acknowledge the 75th anniversary of the Kokoda Trail Campaign this lesson plan by Sally Graham explores the public popularity surrounding Gallipoli and Kokoda in particular, and how this contributes to "the ANZAC mythology that exists around the Australian Army."

By Sally Graham

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Australia in Iraq: A Summary of the Iraq Dossier by Al Palazzo

The Iraq Dossier put together by Al Palazzo offers a rare opportunity for dialogue about a variety of issues associated with Australia’s involvement in the conflict.This article provides an excellent summary for the time poor soldier.

By Sally Graham

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