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Operation MATILDA IV – Cavalry Operations as Part of Brigade Manoeuvre in the Year 2029

  ‘Cavalry is useful before, during, and after the battle’ - Napoleon Bonaparte

By Josh Higgins

War Room

Accelerated Warfare, Presented by Brigadier Ian Langford, DSC and Bars

Here is the latest from the Australian Army Research Centre Seminar Series:

By The Cove

Unit PME

Australian Army Journal: the Army in Motion Edition

The Australian Army is an Army in Motion and The Chief of Army Land Forces Seminar 2018 last September showcased just how ‘Ready No

By The Cove

Command Post

Interview with Jim Storr, author of The Hall of Mirrors: War and Warfare in the Twentieth Century

In this occasional podcast, The Cove talks to author Jim Storr about his new book, The Hall of Mirrors: War and Warfare in the Twentieth Century.

By The Cove

Strategy

Gaining and maintaining mutual trust and shared understanding: 7-daily actions in our workplaces

Mission command, the practice of assigning a subordinate commander a mission without specifying how the mission is achieved, is a commonly accepted principle in many western militaries.

By Chris Field

Strategy

Twitter Ambush: An After Action Review

Earlier this week I walked into a Twitter ambush. To be more precise, I stumbled unwittingly into a Twitter ambush of my own making.

By Greg Colton

Strategy

Mitigating Strategic Surprise Through Scientific Method

Integrating the principles of a risk-based approach to adversarial systems’ threat assessment, can lead to algorithms and models that provide greater situational awareness for commanders and...

By Troy Mitchell

Strategy

The Origins of Non-Proliferation (Grand) Strategy in the United States and Great Britain

This article via the Strategy Bridge was the winner of the 2017 writing competition. The author examines the origins of nuclear non-proliferation 'grand' strategy which, he argues, predates the...

By The Cove

Strategy

Modern Strategists on Clausewitz!

In a remarkable podcast from 2012, Melvyn Bragg, Saul David, Sir Hew Strachan and Beatrice Heuser discuss 'On War', by the Prussian soldier and intellectual Carl von Clausewitz.

By The Cove

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