Future Operating Environment
Unmanned Aerial Systems, or UAS, have almost become synonymous with ISR. However, Chris Baillie argues UAS platforms can provide so much more capability to the ADF, if only we fully exploit them.
In this article, Greg Colton agues that viewing procurement through the cost of effect, rather than the cost of capability, not only leads to better value for money but forces the Army to examine how...
By Greg Colton
This article, from the Joint Force Quarterly, examines the changing operational environment and how trust is a targetable critical vulnerability within the cognitive battlespace.
In this article, published in War on the Rocks, Andrew Lohn argues that chess has been teaching military strategists the ways of war for hundreds of years and has been a testbed for AI development...
By The Cove
In this article, Joseph Sorrensen examines how Specialist Engineer Troop’s niche capabilities can provide mobility and sustainability support to the Multi-National Joint Task Force (JTF) within a...
Ben Hussell provides a great in-depth and wide ranging overview of the Grey Zone and how we should be thinking and operating within it.
By Ben Hussell
This article explores what Engineer Reconnaissance within a Mechanised Combat Engineer Squadron should look like in 2030.
In this engaging article, J. David Thompson talks about the five areas he believes modern Armies need to focus on to be ready to win future conflicts.
This week’s long read is from Dan Skinner and follows up on his article on the Integrated Digital Platoon.
By Dan Skinner
What might the soldier of the future look like? Check out this excellent post via Grounded Curiosity.
By The Cove