Operational Art

Tactical and Technical

The Evolution of Doctrine in the British Military

This contemporary history study by Markus Mader analyses Britain’s 'doctrinal evolution' from 1989 to 2002 in the light of strategic, technological and social changes.

By The Cove

Tactical and Technical

Are 'Warbots' Changing the Future of Warfare?

This article by Brian Michelson via The Strategy Bridge discusses the idea that we are relatively accepting of warbots in roles such as reconnaissance, selective strike and logistics support, however...

By The Cove

Operational Art

Where to Begin with Military History?

This article introduces a series of historical training packages aimed to assist battalion and company level professional development. The packages have been designed to recognise the 100th...

By Sally Graham

War

Grounded Curiosity Blog

Grounded Curiosity covers includes a broad range of topics that span across all areas of the #BreakIn. From their website: Grounded Curiosity aims to start a conversation with military personnel...

By The Cove

Operational Art

Theater Land Operations: Observations and Lessons from Iraq

In this article, via the Army University Press, US Army Lieutenant General Gary Volesky and Australian Army Major General Roger Noble share the significant lessons learnt while leading the coalition'...

By The Cove

Tactical and Technical

Commanding the Military During Disaster Response

This article via Inderscience explains the fundamentals of adaptive campaigning which comprises five mutually reinforcing and interdependent Lines of Operation: Joint Land Combat, Population...

By The Cove

Operational Art

Paper - Introduction to Operational Art

This paper by Colonel Michael Matheny (or click image above) via the United States Air Education and Training Command (AETC) Air University, takes us on a journey through the history of how...

By The Cove

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