Break in

Break In

Five Reflections on Building a Mission Command Culture – Part 1

Mission command is more than just the British and US Armys’ philosophy of command – it’s more or less the NATO philosophy of command.

By The Cove

Unit PME

Character-driven Military Fiction: A Personal Leadership Enabler

Former-Secretary Mattis declared in his oft-quoted ‘re-alignment’ email, s

By The Cove

Break In

The Major’s Guide to Hurting Soldiers

  Late information crushes soldiers, leaders and organisations. 

By The Cove

Strategy

Land 400 Phase 3: A Case for Reviewing that other Case

The search for new ‘concepts’ has been underway for twenty years, and nothing of great consequence has appeared. This is not because there are no new concepts available.

By Von Lambert

Tactical and Technical

The Elite Vs Tactical Athlete

A follow on article from "Art Vs Science in Coaching"

By James Wright

War Room

Operation MATILDA IV – Cavalry Operations as Part of Brigade Manoeuvre in the Year 2029

  ‘Cavalry is useful before, during, and after the battle’ - Napoleon Bonaparte

By Josh Higgins

War Room

Accelerated Warfare, Presented by Brigadier Ian Langford, DSC and Bars

Here is the latest from the Australian Army Research Centre Seminar Series:

By The Cove

Leadership & Ethics

Reflections on Battalion Command

Nathan Pierpoint reflects on his time in command.

By Nathan Pierpoint

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