This article posits that entrenched Army culture holds it back from being as effective as it could be in domestic operations, drawing on examples and lessons from Operation NSW FLOOD ASSIST 2021.
The ADF has been increasingly called on to support domestic operations, this article provides some detail and suggests ways that support could potentially be improved.
By Chris Linney
History has shown that deception can turn the tide of battle; however, it needs to be planned and fully supported.
By Beau Hodge
Is the Army Reserve of today fit for purpose? In this article Mike Kalms looks at the value of the Army Reserve asset in 2020.
By Mike Kalms
This week's link on the difficulties of future planning is from The Interpreter, the website of the Lowy Institute - an independent, non-partisan think-tank based in Sydney.
By The Cove
In today's article, Callum Muntz asks what if the frames of reference we all possess - imposed on us from our similar training, experiences, and culture - could be hindering our ability to make the...
By Callum Muntz
Environmental, operational and conceptual considerations emerging from acceptance and analysis of accelerated warfare point to the need to shift to a targeting frame of reference from a manoeuvre one...
By Thomas Basan
Ryan Kelly passes on some of the insights he recently received at the New Zealand Defence Force's Land Warfare Symposium.
By Ryan Kelly
This article discusses the evolution of the Joint Task Force on Exercise Talisman Sabre, which it examines through the lenses of Accelerated Warfare and the US Army’s Multi-Domain Operations...
Today's link from the UK's Warrant Officer Blog examines the concepts of Mass and Precision. A good short read.
By The Cove