Transforming ICT Support to Army Training

As Army transforms it's training, Gordon Terry explores how a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) concept could transform how Army delivers ICT capability to the classroom.

By Gordon Terry


Setting the Standard – Patrolling is not Combat Shooting | Grounded Curiosity

Another relevant and insightful post from Grounded Curiosity, this time on individual patrolling techniques. Are you ready to observe and engage the enemy before they do the same to you?

By The Cove


The Jungle Book

This article, written by an instructor at Jungle Training Wing, explores how the Army can improve its ability to operate in the jungle.

By Nick Korfias


‘And yet its stream ran through my heart’ | The Warrant Officer

Continuing our week of remembrance, this link from 'The Warrant Officer' provides a moving recount of one of the defining points of his life.

By The Cove


Symbols of Remembrance

When she was asked to speak at her niece's school, Tara Bucknall decided to talk about some of the symbolism around Remembrance and what they mean to Australians. This article is a transcript of her...

By Tara Bucknall


Australia's Unknown Soldier

On this day of remembrance, please take a minute to read former Prime Minster Paul Keating's powerful and striking eulogy for Australia's Unknown Soldier.

By The Cove

Command Post

A Brigade Commander’s Expectations of Unit Commanding Officers – A Brief Primer

In this brief primer, Commander 3rd Brigade provides his expectations of unit COs within a combat Brigade.

By Scott Winter AM


Preparing the Combatant of the 21st Century

Under the guidance of Accelerated Warfare, the Combined Arms Training Centre have re-examined the way Army delivers Initial Employment Training for Army's combatants. This article explains the...

By John Spencer


The Six Pillars of a Successful NCO | The NCO Journal

Some wise guidance from one of our Friends and Partners.

By The Cove


Gamification is the future of learning

Games have always been a part of learning. In today’s digital world, incorporating games and gamification is essential to contemporary learning to be ready now, future ready.

By Malcolm Woodside