Tactical and Technical
In this Friday 'long read' Eamon Hale takes a look at what adopting light cavalry in the RAAC may bring to the ADF.
By Eamon Hale
Just because a platform is new to the ADF, does not mean that it has not been used by other militaries. It is important for us to look to the past so we avoid repeating mistakes in the future.
In this article Dylan Fusinato discusses the necessary planning considerations, risks, limitations and potential methods of employment for UAS at the Combat Team level.
Aaron Bamford informs us about the Synthetic Aperture Radar and how it can be used to gain tactical advantage.
L121-4 Hawkei was envisaged as an ‘armoured Land Rover’ replacement. As the vehicle was developed it retained its ‘armoured support vehicle’ features, but grew ‘light armoured fighting vehicle’...
By Thomas Basan
An article on Artillery Intelligence to encourage its return to the RAA.
Is it time for the Australian Army to have a tracking unit? David Berrill has looked at past Post Operational Reports (POR) and he thinks that the evidence is there to more than justify a dedicated...
Anti-Armour in the Armoured Infantry Battalions: time to focus on what we need DFSW Platoons to do on the battlefield - killing tanks
Training Transformation is all about looking at better ways to train; Braden Holmes thinks we can train our Direct Fire Support Weapons (DFSW) platoon members differently.
Andrew Dunn-Lobban makes a compelling case for Mortar Platoon to operate the WASP Small Unmanned Aerial System.