Command Post

Staff Skills

Interacting With Your Battalion Commander

In this article 'from the Green Notebook', Scott Shaw discusses the relationship between the Battalion Commander and their Staff.

By The Cove

Staff Functions

In the Information Age Centers of Activity > Centers of Gravity

In this article from Strategy Bridge, Jason M. Brown advocates a change of mind-set in the targeting of an adversary's Centre of Gravity.

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Staff Functions

AFDP-1-The Air Force Approach to Personnel Capability Support

The resource provides Army Personnel staff an insight into how the Royal Australian Air Force has codified the traditional concept of 'administrative' functions into effects based 'personnel...

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Staff Skills

LWP-G 0-5-1 Staff Officers Guide

The Staff Officer's Guide provides commanders and staff officers with a guide to the operation of a headquarters staff when planning and conducting operations

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Planning and Liaison

Templates, Reports & Returns and Exemplars

This resource links to the Australian Army's Combat Brigade Standard Operating Procedures to access the Report and Returns templates

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Staff Skills

Combat Training Centre Trends Reports 2010 - 2016

The Combat Training Centre trends report, identifying performance trends for 2010 - 2016.

By Combat Training Centre

Staff Functions

Reflections From a Principal Staff Officer

In this article LTCOL Ryan Holmes offers tips and advice based on his experence as DQ 3 Brigade

By Ryan Holmes

Staff Skills

The Staff Officer's Paintbrush: The Art of Advising Commanders

This article from 'The Modern War Institute' discusses the role of the Staff Officer and how to effectivly communicate with the commander

By The Cove

Staff Skills

Staff Tools and Their Discontents

In this article by The Strategy Bridge, Ray Kimbell discusses the 'tools of the trade' to enable Staff Officers in their role

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Staff Skills

Six Characteristics of the Highly Effective Staff Officer

In this article by Doctrine Man, Andrew McCoy uses his experience as a battalion level staff officer to develop six characteristics of a highly effective staff officer

By The Cove

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