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PME Resources

School of Military Engineering's PME Session with MAJ Charlie Lynn, OAM, OL (rtd)

The School of Military Engineering hosted MAJ Charlie Lynn, OAM, OL (rtd) for a unit PME session. Charlie spoke on his service in Vietnam, event management with the Australian Ultra-Marathon, his...

PME Resources

Army Learning Ecosystem

The Army Learning Production Center (ALPC) is no more, in its place stands Learning Technologies, a sub-unit of the Army Knowledge Center. This short video shows off just some of their capabilities.

PME Resources

2019 Talisman Sabre Writing Competition

The 2019 Ex TALISMAN SABRE Writing Competition is now open for submissions!

PME Resources

Cove Conference Sydney: Panel Discussion

We are pleased to present the Panel Discussion from the Cove Conference Sydney.


Reading for War

Review Essay: Observations on Books from Commander US Central Command’s 2018 Reading List – Part 1

In this first of two posts, Commander Forces Command provides summaries on books from the former Commander CENTCOM's reading list.

Reading for War

Review essay: Athena Rising / Raising Boys

The incoming Commander of Forces Command examines two books that can help us to become better leaders.

Reading for War

Book Review | Broken Nation: Australians in the Great War

Darren Cronshaw reviews Joan Beaumont's WWI history, Broken Nation, which he argues 'not only maps the tides of battle for Australia’s involvement overseas in the Great War but also offers page-...


Conditioning

Starting the conversation

In this article, our author explores the lasting impact of a traumatic event and their struggle to acknowledge its full extent. They look at some of the reasons why it can be difficult for those in...

Conditioning

Understanding the Wellness Journey: A Snakes & Ladders Approach

In this article Deb Herring explores a new approach to understanding wellness in the ADF.

Conditioning

Moral Injury: Understanding the moral component of fighting power

Land Warfare Doctrine 1 The Fundamentals of Land Power is very clear - the Australian Army generates

Conditioning

Human Performance: What the ADF Can Learn from Operating in Extreme Environments

Training in difficult environments provides critical learning and development opportunities.


Military History

Medals Of The Month – August 2019 | Warrant Officer Class Two William Joseph Willis

This month we look at the medals of Warrant Officer Class Two William Joseph Willis. William served in Boer War and World War One.

Military History

Honouring Warrior Spirits

In this, our final post for NAIDOC Week, we look at a documentary video that captures the Honouring Warrior Spirits commemoration that occurred at Gallipoli in 2015.

Military History

Medals of the Month – July 2019 | Warrant Officer Class One Colin Watego OAM

In a new series, The Cove, working with Australian Army Museum of New South Wales, will tell the story behind a former soldier's set of medals. As part of NAIDOC Week celebrations, our first set...

Military History

NAIDOC Week Activities | Australian War Memorial

The Australian War Memorial is celebrating NAIDOC week. This link will let you know what they are doing and what to expect.


Wargaming

What Does Open AI Mean for the Military

OpenAI Five is an interesting milestone in an Artificial Intelligence (AI) project that sketches out a clear pat

Wargaming

Using a COTS PC Game to Run a CPX

Learn about the RMAS experience with this presentation and article.

Wargaming

The ADF Wargaming Association

A video recording of SGT Ty Casey's presentation to the HQ FORCOMD Wargaming Conference.

Wargaming

'Johnny, Timmy and Spike'

A video recording of LTCOL Nick Bosio's presentation to the HQ FORCOMD Wargaming Conference.


PME Resources

School of Military Engineering's PME Session with MAJ Charlie Lynn, OAM, OL (rtd)

The School of Military Engineering hosted MAJ Charlie Lynn, OAM, OL (rtd) for a unit PME session. Charlie spoke on his service in Vietnam, event management with the Australian Ultra-Marathon, his...

By Charlie Lynn, OAM, OL

PME Resources

Army Learning Ecosystem

The Army Learning Production Center (ALPC) is no more, in its place stands Learning Technologies, a sub-unit of the Army Knowledge Center. This short video shows off just some of their capabilities.

By The Cove

Military History

Medals Of The Month – August 2019 | Warrant Officer Class Two William Joseph Willis

This month we look at the medals of Warrant Officer Class Two William Joseph Willis. William served in Boer War and World War One.

By The Cove

PME Resources

2019 Talisman Sabre Writing Competition

The 2019 Ex TALISMAN SABRE Writing Competition is now open for submissions!

By The Cove

Conditioning

Starting the conversation

In this article, our author explores the lasting impact of a traumatic event and their struggle to acknowledge its full extent. They look at some of the reasons why it can be difficult for those in...

By The Cove

Military History

Honouring Warrior Spirits

In this, our final post for NAIDOC Week, we look at a documentary video that captures the Honouring Warrior Spirits commemoration that occurred at Gallipoli in 2015.

By Joseph West

Military History

Medals of the Month – July 2019 | Warrant Officer Class One Colin Watego OAM

In a new series, The Cove, working with Australian Army Museum of New South Wales, will tell the story behind a former soldier's set of medals. As part of NAIDOC Week celebrations, our first set...

By The Cove

Military History

NAIDOC Week Activities | Australian War Memorial

The Australian War Memorial is celebrating NAIDOC week. This link will let you know what they are doing and what to expect.

By The Cove

Reading for War

Review Essay: Observations on Books from Commander US Central Command’s 2018 Reading List – Part 1

In this first of two posts, Commander Forces Command provides summaries on books from the former Commander CENTCOM's reading list.

By Chris Field

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