Empowerment Leads to Greater Participation

Wise words from Darren Murch about the benefits of empowering your people, and what leaders can do to create a culture of empowerment. Can you use any of his suggestions to enhance the way that you...

By Darren Murch OAM

Innovation and Adaptation

Confessions of a Reformed Staff Cadet

In the time I spent at the Royal Military College (RMC) – Duntroon, I learnt a lot.

By Corey Andersen

Tactical and Technical

Bigger Bang for Your Buck – What if the teacher is ‘Not Yet Competent’?

Reflect on the last career course you participated in, and its duration. Mine was seven weeks long.

By Callum Muntz


Caring For Our Next Generation of Soldiers

In this article Scott Samson has a look at the psychological aspects of being injured.

By Scott Samson


They Told Me I Should go to Rehab And I Said No, No, No!

In today's article Ebony O'Brien takes us on her long rehabilitation journey.

By Ebony Obrien


A JNCO Fellowship – Leveraging the Talent of Australian Soldiers

How can the organisation capture the ideas of our soldiers?

By Mark Tutton


Living Diversity: A Reflection on Leadership in One of Army’s Most Diverse Units

Is the 51st Battalion, The Far North Queensland Regiment (51 FNQR) the most diverse unit in the Australian Army? In this article Simon Foley has a look at 51 FNQR and trys to answer this question.

By Simon Foley


Reflections on the Influence of a Regimental Sergeant Major

A SWOT analysis of the influence of an RSM from Darren Murch

By Darren Murch OAM


Bring the Others Back: Building Warriors in 1 RAR’s Yard

In June this year, Dylan Brown informed us on Trenchline that the First Battalion The Royal Australian Regiment (1 RAR) are transforming the existing 1 RAR Assault Pioneer yard into a training...

By Dylan Brown