I’ve spent the last year as the Chief of Staff of the Australian Amphibious Task Group, and I’m often asked the same question by young Army officers and soldiers that I work with: how amphibious sh
The Lavarack Papers have historically been a table top book compiling the best essays and papers written by Officers and Warrant Officers from across the 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regi
By Jess Ward
Should we be seeking out WiFi at the same time as establishing a reliable water supply? This article, via the Modern War Institute, argues that combat soldiers are not ready for the harsh realities...
By The Cove
How can social media contribute to the combat intelligence picture?
By PTE E
A link to the Modern War Institute, and a first hand account of the battle on 3 October 2009.
By The Cove
Science fiction? Perhaps not. Check out how we might be able to fight.
By Dan Skinner
This article seeks to outline that Assault Pioneers can achieve the routine mobility responsibilities for infantry centric small teams through assault breaching and reduction of nuisance obstacles (...
Work is what we have to do, play is what we choose to do. Nobody has to play a game, but you probably have to do to work.
By Callum Muntz
An entry in the 2018 ALTC Future Fiction Competition
By Hal Wilson
The case for modernising and reinvigorating the construction engineer capability.