In this article, published in War on the Rocks, Andrew Lohn argues that chess has been teaching military strategists the ways of war for hundreds of years and has been a testbed for AI development...
By The Cove
In this article, Joseph Sorrensen examines how Specialist Engineer Troop’s niche capabilities can provide mobility and sustainability support to the Multi-National Joint Task Force (JTF) within a...
Dan Solomon challenged four of his Corporals to write a short reflection piece on Building Partner Capacity at the end of their tour on Task Group Taji IX. The results make for interesting reading...
MAJGEN Chris Field gives an overview on the outcome of his 100 day assessment of Forces Command. Contains links to the Forces Command Plan 2020-2028 (DPN and open source).
By Chris Field
Synchronising Lethal and Non-Lethal Effects in High Intensity Operations | Joint Warfighting Assessment 2019
This article highlights lessons learnt by the 3rd Brigade's Joint Fires and Effects Coordination Centre (based on 4th Regiment, RAA) whilst participating in the US-led Joint Warfighting Assessment...
By Paul Duncan
This article is in reply to Jason Kirkham's recent submission to The Cove on Fighting with Fires. Braden Holmes has provided a solution to expanding observation of fires training throughout the...
In the final post during this week of remembrance, Greg Colton provides a personal reflection on those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
By Greg Colton
Ben Hussell provides a great in-depth and wide ranging overview of the Grey Zone and how we should be thinking and operating within it.
By Ben Hussell
Samuel Duckett White and Lincoln Sudholz explore the realm of the possible when it comes to applying machine learning to areas such as the Military Justice System and Career Management.
Originally posted on The Forge, Greg Colton, the Director of The Cove, defines the Intellectual Edge.
By Greg Colton