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The Cove Apr 17
"Periodised resistance training coupled with varied energy system development training is essential for the enhancement of combat athlete performance" New to : read Robbie Dunlop's piece on PT, a key .
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The Cove Apr 16
"Bullets quickly write new tactics." Robert Scales' article via looks at whether doctrine is keeping up with the constant change in tactics due to emerging technology. What do you think?
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Australian Army Research Centre Apr 13
Dr Dayton McCarthy in his Occasional Paper—‘The worst of both worlds’—argues Aus forces have never been configured to project power form our mainland into another country. Check it out
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The Cove Apr 15
"Wedgetail can significantly improve the effectiveness of brigade air defence." New to : Pietro Ruggeri provides a detailed summary of the E-7A's AEW&C support to combat brigades. What will this capability do for you?
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DG TRADOC AusArmy Apr 15
Not many folks have seen more Ex HAMEL rotations than . Worth a read if you’re interested in collective training developments.
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The Cove Apr 14
"Hamel is no longer just a brigade certification exercise." In this post Bede Galvin, Director Joint Land Collective Training, builds on 's post and describes how the is transforming collective training.
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The Cove Apr 11
"Never tell me the odds" - Han Solo 's article via explores contemporary decision making theory in the context of Star Wars: Episode V The Empire Strikes Back. Another interesting use of fiction for .
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ADFinPNG Apr 11
One 🇵🇬 Guardian Class and three 🇵🇬 Pacific Class Patrol Boats at Lombrum Naval Base on Manus Island. Investing in capacity to secure PNG sovereignty is a key aspect of the enduring .
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The Cove Apr 10
"Collectively we have a greater perspective and experience from which to draw on as we approach the complex challenges of future warfare." New to : Zac von Bertouch's piece on the strength of diversity. Your thoughts?
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The Cove Apr 9
"There is not necessarily a lesson in every philosophical concept that is explored, [...] the real lesson is in trying to find one." Yesterday history, today philosophy! Read Brenton Realph's review of 'Zeno and the Tortoise'.
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The Cove Apr 9
How do we win the next war? In this , argues that developing the Army's intellectual capability is as important as military training or new equipment. We want to know what you think so send in your ideas.
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2 PWRR The Tigers Apr 8
An outstanding article written by an excellent Tiger JNCO published internationally. Battlefield studies are not just an officer sport!
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The Cove Apr 8
Congratulations ! Richly deserved.
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The Cove Apr 8
Congratulations ! Well deserved.
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The Cove Apr 8
Excellent to see competitions such as this evolve to reflect the importance of developing the intellectual component of fighting power alongside the physical component. Great work .
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The Cove Apr 8
This is why we love our job! In today's post, a junior NCO from , examines the leadership of a WWII officer from , on an site. Proof that we can all learn from each other.
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Chery Gladman (Great Australian Pods) Apr 8
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The Cove Apr 8
Replying to @Mick_Cook
Well done . Thanks for the invite!
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ADFinPNG Apr 8
Game on (and don’t forget to drop by the ForceNet page we’ve created for just this purpose). Keep an eye out too for the release of the PNGDF ‘Junior Leadership on the Battlefield’ later this year; a small side-project we are collaborating on with our team mates.
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The Cove Apr 8
One of the reasons there are 'no rules' at The Cove, who now have around 30% of published articles written by soldiers/NCOs and many more by junior/field rank officers
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