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The Slouch Hat

The Slouch Hat is known and respected around the world and across the Australian community. Members should be proud to wear it and do so on every possible occasion.

By Mark Grigg

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JNCO QME: Edition 9 - Alcohol Misuse

Have you ever woken up after a big night of drinking worrying what you had done the night before?

By The Cove

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Nationalism and Globalisation - Old Fashion Patriotism in The Age of NATO

With the rise of nationalism as a potential threat to our global relationships, it is important for soldiers to understand the importance of these partnerships for Australia and Army.

By Lewis Benbow

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1000 Miles to Light

1000 Miles to Light seeks to provide an opportunity to reconnect and to inspire through endurance running.

By The Cove

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What's in a name - to what title are you entitled?

This article explores the culture surrounding titles in the Australian Army, from informal titles to how we may need to evolve to meet modern societal trends.

By Julian Hohnen

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Reflection: ADF Support to Local Communities on ANZAC Day

As support requests for community support on ANZAC Day are being tasked out, LTCOL Marcus Luciani reflects on a memorable interaction with a small country community.

By Marcus Luciani

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A Roadmap to the Extinction of the Bystander

Robert Gibson aims to abash those who seek to silence people who speak out.

By Robert Gibson

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Link | #ICYMI | Make your bed

It's time to get inspired! There remains value in the advice Admiral William McRaven shares in this short 20 min video.

By The Cove

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Book Review | No Visible Bruises

'No Visible Bruises' gives readers the opportunity to listen to the voices of victims, perpetrators and responders of domestic violence.

By Darren Cronshaw

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Understanding Self-Control

Self-control is like a muscle that can become fatigued, therefore military leaders should be conscious of this vulnerability.

By Darren Murch OAM

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