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CoveTalk | NAIDOC Week with RSM NORFORCE

This special NAIDOC Week CoveTalk was with RSM NORFOCE, WO1 Ken Nelliman.

By The Cove

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A Nomad by Profession Meets the Reality

In this article we join Captain Kathleen Pisani on a voyage of self discovery.

By Kathleen Pisani

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Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Program (AACAP) 2018 – Yalata, South Australia

In this article, posted as part of The Cove's NAIDOC Week celebrations, Holly Godwin gives a personal account of the Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Program, a major annual deployment which has...

By Holly Godwin

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Clean Slate without Prejudice?

To continue our NAIDOC week celebrations here at The Cove, we have an article from Captain Peter Ross, the Indigenous Liaison Officer at Forces Command, on the 'Tribal Warrior' program. This is a...

By Peter Ross

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Living Diversity: A Reflection on Leadership in One of Army’s Most Diverse Units

Is the 51st Battalion, The Far North Queensland Regiment (51 FNQR) the most diverse unit in the Australian Army? In this article Simon Foley has a look at 51 FNQR and trys to answer this question.

By Simon Foley

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Personal Leadership

In this article Rebecca Conway talks about Personal Leadership, and gives some advice on how we all can be better.

By Rebecca Conway

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Army Values: Compartmentalised or Integrated?

Do we as members of the Australian Army live our Army values? This is the question Ricky Su has for us in this interesting article.

By Ricky Su

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Australian Army Cadets – Australia’s most enduring Hearts and Minds Military Campaign

How much do you know about the Australian Army Cadets? If you want to know more, have a read of this article from Tara Bucknall.

By Tara Bucknall

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Spiritual Fitness Within the Profession of Arms

How is your Spiritual Fitness? Chaplain Michael Pocklington gives us a Spiritual Fitness guide in this article.

By Michael Pocklington

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What's Your World View? - Understanding Purpose as a Resilience Tool

In this article Phil Riley puts to us that we need to understand our purpose in order to be better.

By Phil Riley

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