Trenchline

Training

PME is not just for Officers

The problem with being too busy to read is that you learn by experience (or by your men’s experience), i.e. the hard way.

By Daniel Cowan

Training

Should career courses still be graded?

Does the impact of grading mean we play it safe when we are being assessed on career courses? 

By Jack Goener

Tactical and Technical

Army Strength and Conditioning: Program Design Considerations for the Combat Athlete

This article seeks to highlight the considerations that need to be made when programming for combat athletes

By Robbie Dunlop

Military History

War Memorialisation in Australia: A Question Of Why?

On the red field of battle you are laid far away, Still our tribute of love to your memory we pay

By Anna Cowley

Break In

Five Reflections on Building a Mission Command Culture – Part 2

Mission command is more than just the British and US Armys’ philosophy of command – it’s more or less the NATO philosophy of command.

By The Cove

Break In

Five Reflections on Building a Mission Command Culture – Part 1

Mission command is more than just the British and US Armys’ philosophy of command – it’s more or less the NATO philosophy of command.

By The Cove

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