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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...

PME Resources

Know Self | Collective PME Package - Cove Conference TVL Series

The Cove Team is releasing a series of Collective PME Resources from the Cove Conference TVL. The first package is on: 'Know Self'.

PME Resources

Smart Soldier 58

Issue 58 of Smart Soldier has been released by the Army Knowledge Centre.

PME Resources

Long Tan Mission Analysis | The Principles of War Podcast

In 1965, 1 RAR sent a 3 man advanced party to plan their deployment. LTGEN Wilton was already working on the contingency planning for escalation to a full Task Force. This Podcast discusses what the...


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.

CoveTalk Page

Visit the CoveTalk page for information on upcoming events and registration.

Cove Talks

CoveTalk | 2019 Keogh Chair - Professor Ian Morris

The 2019 Keogh Chair, Professor Ian Morris, gave a CoveTalk at Victoria Barracks Sydney on The Rise and Fall of Modern Battle.


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...

Reading for War

Forces Command PME Program 2020-21 Schedule

The Forces Command PME Program 2020-21 schedule has been set. See what's happening across Forces Command and where you can join in.

Reading for War

Reading for Remembrance

Continuing our week of remembrance, this short list of books will get you started if you are looking to learn more about 'The Great War' and its aftermath.

Reading for War

HQ FORCOMD PME Session | Selecting book one of the Forces Command PME Program 2020-21

HQ FORCOMD held a PME session to make their selection for the Forces Command PME Program 2020-21.


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

This Week in History | Week 4

This week in history: includes the 6th Australian Division capture of Tobruk, the 7th Australian Division defeat of the Japanese at Shaggy Ridge and the start of the Sandakan Death March.

Military History

This week in History | Week 3

This Week in History: highlights include the first ground action against Japanese troops in Malaya, the capture of Sio by the 9th Division in 1944, and Australia's highest ranking Victoria Cross...

Military History

This week in Australian Army History | Week 2

Catch up on the history of the Australian Army history with our 'This week in history' series.

Military History

This week in History | Week 1

This year the Cove will post a new series called 'This week in History'. These posts will highlight major events from our past and provide context for the organisational experiences that have shaped...


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: Experiential Learning and Adventurous Training

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

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.


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...

By Chris Field

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...

By Casper Tucker

Military History

This Week in History | Week 4

This week in history: includes the 6th Australian Division capture of Tobruk, the 7th Australian Division defeat of the Japanese at Shaggy Ridge and the start of the Sandakan Death March.

By The Cove

Military History

This week in History | Week 3

This Week in History: highlights include the first ground action against Japanese troops in Malaya, the capture of Sio by the 9th Division in 1944, and Australia's highest ranking Victoria Cross...

By The Cove

Military History

This week in Australian Army History | Week 2

Catch up on the history of the Australian Army history with our 'This week in history' series.

By The Cove

Military History

This week in History | Week 1

This year the Cove will post a new series called 'This week in History'. These posts will highlight major events from our past and provide context for the organisational experiences that have shaped...

By The Cove

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.

By The Cove

Original Content/HomeGrown

5th Aviation Regiment’s Reflections of the Cove Conference | Townsville (13-14 Nov 19)

During November, The Cove conducted an exported Cove Conference in Townsville for a combined audience of junior leaders from 3 Brigade, 16 Brigade and the Queensland Police Service audience. Cove...

By Darren Murch OAM

PME Resources

Know Self | Collective PME Package - Cove Conference TVL Series

The Cove Team is releasing a series of Collective PME Resources from the Cove Conference TVL. The first package is on: 'Know Self'.

By The Cove

Military History

Medals of the Month – December 2019 |Major General Finn

This month we are featuring the medals of Major General Henry (Harry) Finn, CB, DCM.

By The Cove

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