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The Cove Jul 14
"The EF88 is a substantially better rifle than the M4A1 in most common-use cases for a service rifle" Today's article is the first of five in a series of articles from Solomon Birch on the merits of both the EF88 and M4.
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The Cove 9h
"This is the period when many Australian soldiers began complaining about the F88 and arguing that it should be replaced with an M4-based rifle" Due to popular demand all 5 of Birch's EF88 vs M4 articles will be published this week!
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Major General Mick Ryan Jul 11
Cognitive agility is an important element of developing the intellectual edge in our people. This article from ⁦⁩ explores and defines cognitive agility, and how we might think about its development in our people |
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The Cove 14h
"We are all striving towards the same outcome - to provide Army with professional and capable soldiers through safe and effective training." The provides a response to our recent article on driver safety.
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The Cove Jul 11
From our friends at , an interesting read about operating in the littoral environment
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Cate Carter Jul 8
If mastering our profession matters then Defence needs to fund and support the Defence PhD Program. In this program you will find 12 men and women who are certainly not slovenly thinkers. We are the !
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Australian Army Research Centre Jul 13
Submissions are open for the special edition of the expected to be published in late 2019. We are looking for future looking submissions to help develop 's
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Marija Jovanovich Jul 13
“Does Defence culture support an emphasis on cognitive skills and abilities?” If only... Interesting read from the about cognitive agility in the military context and how to get more of the good stuff.
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Australian Army Research Centre Jul 14
Applications for the 2019/2020 are now open on AusTender! Open to submissions across the globe and research and military communities, apply now!
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The Cove Jul 11
In a new series working with Australian Army Museum of NSW, 'Medals of the Month' will tell the story behind a former soldier's set of medals. As part of Week celebrations, our first set belongs to WO1 Watego OAM.
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The Cove Jul 12
"The history of Indigenous service during WW1 is not generally well-known" In this our final post we look at a documentary video that captures the Honouring Warrior Spirits commemoration that occurred at Gallipoli in 2015.
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The Cove Jul 9
"It's not so much leading from the front or leading from behind, it's leading from within" Eileen Deemal-Hall and Tim Rutherford present 'Understanding how to Understand' at the Russel Offices' Ngunnawal Theatre.
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The Cove Jul 7
"Having one’s preconceptions and beliefs smashed into metaphorical pieces is an experience which is too often avoided." In the first of our Week posts, we join Kathleen Pisani on a voyage of self discovery.
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The Cove Jul 8
Don't forget to register for this week's special week , on 11 July, featuring one of the Army's senior indigenous soldiers the RSM NORFORCE, WO1 Ken Nelliman. Visit the page for registration details.
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The Cove Jul 8
To continue our week celebrations we have an article from Peter Ross, the FORCOMD Indigenous Liaison Officer on the 'Tribal Warrior' program. This is a great story of partnership, community and hope. We highly recommend it.
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The Cove Jul 7
Looking forward to having represent both and at this event. A highlight of the year so far has been growing our partnership with
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The Cove Jul 7
The Cove is celebrating Week 2019 by showcasing Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders’ service and culture all week. Check out what we have planned!
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The Cove Jul 7
The 'Serving Country' exhibition acknowledges and recognises the valuable contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander servicemen and women and is currently showing at the Australian Army Museum of New South Wales.
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The Cove Jul 9
Today's post is on the partnership between the Australian Army Cadets and the Cowboys House. 151 Army Cadet Unit conducted an Australian and New Zealand National Flag ceremony at the Cowboys Anzac tribute match.
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