Innovation and Adaptation

Innovation and Adaptation

The changing face of Joint Fires and Effects in formation reconnaissance: How the Royal Australian Artillery must evolve

This article addresses areas where the Royal Australian Artillery may need to change to adjust to recent and future developments in warfare.

By Aaron Foster

Innovation and Adaptation

Chief of Army's Award for Instructional Excellence

Instructor of the Year for 2020, SGT Joshua Foster, shares his experience and provides useful tips for all our instructors to modernise Army's training approach.

By The Cove

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Innovation and Adaptation

William Gibson and Imagined Futures

This article makes the case that imaginative thinking should have more of a role in Army's analytics.

By Christopher Lake

Innovation and Adaptation

The Limits of Shadow Boxing: Creating Complex Information Environments with ION

This article provides an overview of using simulation for training personnel within the intelligence domain.

By Christopher Lake

Innovation and Adaptation

Army's Quantum Camouflage Challenge 2021

Register your interest by 22 October 2021 to be part of the Army's Quantum Challenge 2021.

By The Cove

Innovation and Adaptation

What Going To The Moon Can Teach Us

This article explains how humanity going to the moon again will drive development of technology useful to the Australian Defence Force.

By Edwin Betar

Innovation and Adaptation

The Four Cs Part 2: Multi-National and Multi-Agency Intelligence in a COVID-19 Environment

A summary of the annual United States Army Central Virtual Land Forces Intelligence Conference (VLFIC), which aims to enhance relationships, share intelligence, and discuss security with land force...

By Chris Field

Innovation and Adaptation

How Emerging Technologies Challenge Land Forces’ Component’s Operational Capabilities

This article explores four domains of military concern that have emerged from recent technological development: the Internet of Things, Information Technology Security, Artificial Intelligence, and...

By Anant Mishra

Innovation and Adaptation

Manu et Mente: Synthesising Arts with STEM for More Effective Information Operations

Christopher Lake provides an introduction to the concept of applying an arts-based understanding of different peoples in order to enhance interactions with both allies and adversaries throughout the...

By Christopher Lake

Innovation and Adaptation

Developing Unconventional Long Range Strike Capability for the ADF – Part 2

This second part of a two-part feature examines how lessons from the Houthi's unconventional use of UAVs could be integrated by the ADF.

By Major T

Samad-1 UAV in flight, pictured from below

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