Unit PME

Military History

The Highest Honour #22 | Neville Howse | George Ingram

Neville House not only was awarded a VC but fought for change when it came to medical evacuations, while George Ingram captured nine machine-gun posts and killed forty two Germans.

By The Cove

Military History

The Highest Honour #21 | John Hamilton | George Howell

One would think that being awarded a VC in World War 1, that these gents had sufficiently served their country. Not in their eyes! Both of these gentlemen continued to serve their country in World...

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Cove Talks

COVETALK: Dr John Lee

Dr John Lee, former Senior National Security Advisor to the previous Australian Foreign Minister, the Hon Julie Bishop, MP. Watch this video (on the DPN only) for his honest assessment on the rise of...

By The Cove

Collective PME

Build on you

Build on You is an online learning platform designed to give APS and Defence personnel exposure to the Eight Future Focussed Capabilities. It will help you build your career profile and get you ready...

By The Cove

Military History

The Highest Honour #20 | Stan Gurney | Arthur Hall

Private Gurney never made it home but his heroic actions in WW2 saw him posthumously awarded the Victoria Cross. While Lieutenant Hall, an absolute hero saved many of his mates earning his Victoria...

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Reading for War

An Ordinary Man and his Exceptional War: The Jock McLaren Story

With a story like Jock McLaren's escape from Sandakan and his guerrilla war against the Japanese, it is surprising his name is not more widely known in the Australian Army community. The Cove aims to...

By Alistair Pope

Reading for War

Understanding yourself and others as a leader - bookend

To round out our theme of 'Understanding yourself and others as a leader', we add this virtual bookend created by Darren Cronshaw with seven of his book reviews on the topic of leadership.

By Darren Cronshaw

Collective PME

Brisbane Cove Conference 2021 - User Survey

Thank you for attending the Brisbane Cove Conference. We hope you enjoyed the presentations and the time to reflect and discuss what you learnt and how you can use in your workplace.

By The Cove

Military History

The Highest Honour #19 |Percy Gratwick | Robert Grieve

Some made it home to continue to serve their nation in different ways, others were found were buried where they died. See the story of how PTE Percy Gratwick and CAPT Robert Grieve won their VCs.

By The Cove

Military History

The Highest Honour #18 | Bernard Gordon | Jim Gordon

Single-handed, Bernard Gordon captured two officers and sixty-one soldiers, together with six machine-guns while Jim Gordon was nearly awarded a second VC for his actions in New Guinea.

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