Unit PME

Military History

The Highest Honour #16 | John Edmondson | Hughie Edwards

Some may know CPL Edmondson through the naming of the RSL in Liverpool, NSW. While Air Vice Marshall Sir Hughie Edwards was the highest decorated Australian in World War 2.

By The Cove

Military History

80 Years on: Remembering the rats of Tobruk

The Rats of Tobruk have become folk lore in Australia and with the 80th anniversary upon us, Shaun takes the time to reflect on the importance of their mission.

By Shaun Warburton

Collective PME

JNCO QME: Edition 3 - Ethical Decision Making

Another collective PME activity with the hard work done for you. Watch the movie clip and discuss your thoughts on Australians going over the parapet at Gallipoli. A must-have discussion with your...

By The Cove

Collective PME

JNCO QME: Edition 1 - Bystander Behaviour

Bystander behaviour has been a common phrase used around reporting incidents; but the team from WONCO-A shows it goes further than that and has a direct link to operational outcomes.

By The Cove

Military History

ANZAC Day 2021

This Anzac Day special by The Cove team includes the sometimes forgotten history of our military traditions.

By The Cove

Collective PME

JNCO QME: Edition 2 - Toxic Leadership

It can be defined as the behaviour of a leader who puts their own well-being first while destroying the well-being of everyone underneath them — the type of person who would stand on the neck of...

By The Cove

Military History

The Highest Honour #15 | William Dunstan | John Dwyer

Not all VC recipients died during their courageous acts of bravery. Both Corporal Dunstan and Sergeant Dwyer, despite putting themselves in harms way, survived beyond their military service and were...

By The Cove

Collective PME

JNCO QME: Edition 5 - Ethical Decision Making

Understanding the Rules of Engagement are critical in understanding what options you have to react to a difficult combat situation.

By The Cove

Collective PME

Brisbane Cove Conference and Knowing yourself and others as a leader: Theme 1 closure

Everything you need to review for the 'Knowing yourself and others as a leader' theme.

By The Cove

Military History

The Highest Honour #14 | Tom Derrick | Mark Donaldson

The actions of Tom Derrick could have seen him win multiple awards for heroism, an absolute hero who, by his actions put Australian Forces on the front foot multiple times, while few words can do...

By The Cove

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