James Maclean believes the role of Land Engineers in Army is poorly defined and misunderstood. What do you think of his recommendations for their effective employment?
Stephen Wardrop thinks that UAS maintenance may become an issue in the future, so he gives us some possible solutions.
Dustin Gold has been working with the District of Columbia National Guard in the US, and he thinks we can learn a few things about how we employ Army Reservists from them.
In this Friday 'long read' Eamon Hale takes a look at what adopting light cavalry in the RAAC may bring to the ADF.
"...the emerging threat hovers over our capability gap, waiting to fill the niche and take advantage of the opportunity we readily present to them." James Harvey paints a vivid and worrisome picture...
An insightful piece by Jack Randall on his deductions from the movie and how they relate to war throughout the ages.
Everyone in the profession of arms has something they can give back. As L. Burton Brender explains in this Small Wars Journal article, all they have to do is sit down and start writing.
The first in a collection of podcasts produced by a member of our Army, CAPT Vedran 'Maz' Maslic, speaks with a range of people affected by conflict, "to bring to life the true costs of war, through...
In this article Phillip Hermes looks at the past efforts of 12 CE Works to articulate the need for the ADF to increase its permanent presence in Papua New Guinea.
Over the past few months we have had some good discussion about the future and role of the Army reserve, this article is from the Canadian Armed Forces point of view.
Are all the assumptions about future war in the Indo-Pacific even close to the mark?
The AARC Quarterly Strategic Assessment highlights key trends and challenges to the Army in order to inform force design, structure and posture decisions.
A 4 min video on why and how you can invest in your #IntellectualEdge.
This unofficial guide to Australian Command and Staff College is an excellent tool for prospective students.
History has shown that deception can turn the tide of battle; however, it needs to be planned and fully supported.
Is the Army Reserve of today fit for purpose? In this article Mike Kalms looks at the value of the Army Reserve asset in 2020.
This week's link on the difficulties of future planning is from The Interpreter, the website of the Lowy Institute - an independent, non-partisan think-tank based in Sydney.
In today's article, Callum Muntz asks what if the frames of reference we all possess - imposed on us from our similar training, experiences, and culture - could be hindering our ability to make the...
Being liked as a leader can have its benefits, but should not come at the cost of enforcing discipline and standards.
Discussing authentic leadership it is argued Army’s attitude to authenticity presents a clear and present risk to attracting and retaining today’s talent in our institution. Do you agree?
The Cove is pleased to share the first recording of the webinar series produced by the CAAL and the Cranlana Centre for Ethical Leadership.
The PPP Model - A fundamental model of leadership that can be adopted across Army.