Contemporary Operating Environment
For your Friday long read we present the 'Lavarack Papers', a collection of professional development essays from 3 Brigade's 2019 PME program.
In this well researched article, David Allison looks at how the protesters during Hong Kong’s 2019 large scale pro-democracy protests were able to be flexible and constantly adapt to their...
The Director of The Cove, LTCOL Greg Colton, sits down with the RSM 2nd Division, WO1 Darren Murch, to discuss OP BUSHFIRE ASSIST
RACT Corps Conference | Automated and Autonomous Systems for Combat Service Support: Scoping Study and Technology Prioritisation
This article is suggested pre-reading for those attending the Royal Australian Corps of Transport Corps Conference. It is a summary of the full report: ‘Automated and Autonomous Systems for Combat...
The Royal Australian Corps of Transport (RACT) will hold a Corps Conference from 25 to 27 March 2020. This primer is aimed at all members of the Corps to inform and update them of upcoming changes....
In today's long read, Anant Mishra looks at the value of knowing your enemy.
By Anant Mishra
Dan Solomon challenged four of his Corporals to write a short reflection piece on Building Partner Capacity at the end of their tour on Task Group Taji IX. The results make for interesting reading...
MAJGEN Chris Field gives an overview on the outcome of his 100 day assessment of Forces Command. Contains links to the Forces Command Plan 2020-2028 (DPN and open source).
By Chris Field
Synchronising Lethal and Non-Lethal Effects in High Intensity Operations | Joint Warfighting Assessment 2019
This article highlights lessons learnt by the 3rd Brigade's Joint Fires and Effects Coordination Centre (based on 4th Regiment, RAA) whilst participating in the US-led Joint Warfighting Assessment...
By Paul Duncan
In the final post during this week of remembrance, Greg Colton provides a personal reflection on those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
By Greg Colton