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PME Resources

Cove Thoughts: A new PME podcast to get you thinking

The Cove Team are launching a new micro-podcast called 'Cove Thoughts' and we want you to provide the topics.

PME Resources

Book Review | Range : How Generalists Triumph in a Specialised World

Avid reader and keen book reviewer, Chris Field, brings us another high quality and insightful book review.

PME Resources

PME in a time of Coronavirus

What can you do to continue developing yourself and your people during the COVID19 pandemic? Well, we have some suggestions for you.

PME Resources

Content dictates delivery | learning styles do not

In this post, Casper Tucker examines Learning Styles (including the VARK model) within the Army and argues that content, rather than learning styles, is more important in education and training...


Cove Talks

CoveTalk | DOCM-A, COL Mick Say DSC on LTCOL Career Management | 24 Feb 20

On 24 February 2020, the Director of Officer Career Management - Army, COL Mick Say, DSC spoke to LTCOLs across the Army regarding recent changes to career management and expectations within the...

Cove Talks

CoveTalk | ICRC with Dr Ahmed Al-Dawoody

The ICRC CoveTalk was held on 10 Feb 2020 a the Australian Defence College. Dr Al-Dawoody from the International Committee of the Red Cross discusses how Islamic law regulates the use of force and...

Cove Talks

CoveTalk | 2 DIV Commander - 19 Nov 2019

MAJGEN Campbell, Commander of the 2nd Division, gave a CoveTalk on 19 November 2019 which explained how the reserve component of the Army is transforming to better deliver capability.

Cove Talks

5 Brigade CoveTalk | 19 October 2019

On 19 October 2019 the Commander and RSM of the 5th Brigade engaged reserve units within the formation via a live CoveTalk.


Reading for War

Why We Need Philosophy In PME | Grounded Curiosity

A link to a great article from Grounded Curiosity about philosophy and PME.

Reading for War

United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) Recommended Reading List for Military Experts on Mission - 2020

Michael Scott, the Deputy Chief of Staff of United Nations Truce Supervision Organization (UNTSO) Military Pillar discusses the UNTSO Recommended Reading List for Military Experts on Mission – 2020.

Reading for War

Book Review | Perception and Misperception in International Politics: New Edition

Perception forms the basis for many decisions, regardless of the actual truth. This as true for International Politics as it is for other disciplines. This article, by Chris Field, reviews the...

Reading for War

Book Review | The Elite: Think like an athlete succeed like a champion – 10 things the elite do differently

In this book review, Chris Field demonstrates how the ten key skills that elite athletes employ as part of their success can be adopted by all of us in the profession of arms, regardless of our rank...


Conditioning

Training Mental Toughness - The Future of Mental Welfare

Mental toughness is often used as a buzzword in the Army, but what does it actually mean and how does it work? Damien de Pyle explores these questions from an informed perspective and provides some...

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


Military History

Medals of the Month | April |Captain Henry Jones VC

This month we are featuring the medals of Captain Henry Jones VC.

Military History

This Week In History | Week 15

This week in history: the 1RAR arrives in Korea, the first involvement of 1AIF on the western front, the start of the Siege of Tobruk, Australian actions at Bullecourt and the battle of Hazebrouck.

Military History

This Week in History | Week 14

This week in history includes the disbandment of the 1st AIF, the Battle of Er Regima and Operation Rugged.

Military History

This week in History | Week 13

This week in history we look at The Great Escape, operations in New Britain, the first battle of Gaza and the first battle of Dernancourt.


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.


Doctrine

LWP-G 7-6-1: Adventurous Training – Planning Experiential Learning Activities

LWP-G 7-6-1 is the Australian Army's doctrine on Adventurous Training – Planning Experiential Learning Activities.

Doctrine

LWP-CA (ENGR) 5-1-3: Soils

LWP-CA (ENGR) 5-1-3 is the Australian Army's doctrine on Soils.

Doctrine

LWP-G 7-6-5: Adventurous Training – Sea Kayaking

LWP-G 7-6-5 is the Australian Army's doctrine on Adventurous Training – Sea Kayaking.

Doctrine

LWP-G 7-6-4: Adventurous Training – Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking

LWP-G 7-6-4 is the Australian Army's doctrine on Adventurous Training – Whitewater Rafting and Kayaking.


Military History

Medals of the Month | April |Captain Henry Jones VC

This month we are featuring the medals of Captain Henry Jones VC.

By The Cove

PME Resources

Cove Thoughts: A new PME podcast to get you thinking

The Cove Team are launching a new micro-podcast called 'Cove Thoughts' and we want you to provide the topics.

By Greg Colton

Military History

This Week In History | Week 15

This week in history: the 1RAR arrives in Korea, the first involvement of 1AIF on the western front, the start of the Siege of Tobruk, Australian actions at Bullecourt and the battle of Hazebrouck.

By The Cove

Military History

This Week in History | Week 14

This week in history includes the disbandment of the 1st AIF, the Battle of Er Regima and Operation Rugged.

By The Cove

PME Resources

Book Review | Range : How Generalists Triumph in a Specialised World

Avid reader and keen book reviewer, Chris Field, brings us another high quality and insightful book review.

By Chris Field

PME Resources

PME in a time of Coronavirus

What can you do to continue developing yourself and your people during the COVID19 pandemic? Well, we have some suggestions for you.

By Greg Colton

Military History

This week in History | Week 13

This week in history we look at The Great Escape, operations in New Britain, the first battle of Gaza and the first battle of Dernancourt.

By The Cove

Reading for War

Why We Need Philosophy In PME | Grounded Curiosity

A link to a great article from Grounded Curiosity about philosophy and PME.

By The Cove

Military History

This Week in History | Week 12

This week we look at the Battle of Bapaume, the arrival of 16 Bde in Greece, the ANZAC Corps moving to France, and Operation Michael.

By The Cove

Military History

This Week In History | Week 11

This Week in History: the fall of Java, the Battle of Maehwa-san and the 1st AIF are redeployed to the western front.

By The Cove

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