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Operational Art

Operational Art in a Middle-Power Context

In this monograph via the USA Army SAMS, Richard Dickson considers whether operational art is a viable construct for Canada and other middle-powers.

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War

Levels of War

This document via the United States Air Force College provides a concise 1 1/2 page explanation of each of the levels and how they relate to one another.

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Operational Art

What is Operational Art (keeping it simple?)

In less than a page encyclopedia.com breaks it down for us, explaining that operational art forms a bridge between strategy, defining the political aims of a war, and tactics, fighting the battles...

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Operational Art

Operational Art from a Canadian Perspective

The book 'The Operational Art: Canadian perspectives: Context and Concepts, edited by Allan English, Daniel Gosselin, Howard Coombs and Laurence Hickey. The essays in this book are designed to make a...

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Strategy

Australia's Strategic Culture & Way of War

This paper by Professor Michael Evans, published as part of the Land Warfare Studies Centre Study Papers, examines Australia's strategic culture and way of war over the course of a century.

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Tactical and Technical

The Evolution of Doctrine in the British Military

This contemporary history study by Markus Mader analyses Britain’s 'doctrinal evolution' from 1989 to 2002 in the light of strategic, technological and social changes.

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Tactical and Technical

Are 'Warbots' Changing the Future of Warfare?

This article by Brian Michelson via The Strategy Bridge discusses the idea that we are relatively accepting of warbots in roles such as reconnaissance, selective strike and logistics support, however...

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Link

How do we learn from the past?

This video titled 'How do we learn from the past?' is from the 'What is War Today?' series of panel discussions presented by the University of Cambridge. The panel discussion is chaired by Professor...

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Operational Art

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...

By Sally Graham

Link

General Mattis on Professional Reading and the Study of Military History

Here via Business Insider Australia we share an email General Mattis wrote in 2003 on the importance of reading (note: copies of the same email are provided by multiple online sources).

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