Operational Art

Operational Art

Kiwi PME: The New Zealand's Land Warfare Symposium

Ryan Kelly passes on some of the insights he recently received at the New Zealand Defence Force's Land Warfare Symposium.

By Ryan Kelly

Operational Art

Our Joint Task Force: Ready for the future

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...

By David Caligari

Operational Art

Strength in Numbers? Mass and Precision | The Warrant Officer

Today's link from the UK's Warrant Officer Blog examines the concepts of Mass and Precision. A good short read.

By The Cove

Operational Art

Human Performance Optimisation in the Army

Gavin Sonsee provides an overview of what the Army is working on in the Human Performance space, including the physical, cognitive and socio-cultural understanding.

By Gavin Sonsee

Operational Art

Reflecting on Part-Time Sub-Unit Command

This post from Aaron Jackson highlights observations he made during the first eighteen months as a sub-unit commander in the Australian Army Reserve. The article is intended to assist future part...

By Aaron P. Jackson

Operational Art

The PME Ashes

As England and Australia prepare to step onto the pitch for the third test, The Cove's recent UK exchange officer, Joe Read, reviews the approach of both armies to PME.

By Joe Read

Operational Art

'British Generals in Blair's War' and 'High Command'

Review Essay - A discussion of British Military Leadership in the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars'

By Chris Field

Intros

'Breaking In' to Operational Art

'Breaking In' to Operational Art: An Introduction' is a comprehensive guide to some of the best resources to help military personal become familiar with the subject.

By The Cove

Operational Art

Operational Art, Design & the Centre of Gravity

Assistant Professor Dale Eikmeier of the U.S. Command and General Staff College presents a 4-part video series on the Operational Art. The videos are around 11 minutes each and are excellent value...

By The Cove

War

Are the Levels of War Just a Set of Labels?

This article by Martin Dunn, a former Chief Research Officer at the Land Warfare Studies Centre, poses the thought that seeking to associate Clausewitz with three levels of war is curious.

By The Cove

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