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PapaKenway 4h
Replying to @MindsofMarino
Papa is happy you're safe. Sorry about the whiplash though. You must have been good timing and vibing to avoid serious injury.!!!
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RAF Division, JSCSC Apr 21
'Humans are unreliable raters of other humans' - the Feedback Fallacy from and issued as part of this week's Sunday FragO.
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Andy Johnson Apr 20
Ten years a civvy, so absolutely humbled to receive a call from my old battalion yesterday, asking if I could help with the leadership development phase of their week in May. An absolute pleasure to do so, and after yesterday's events, I suppose I have a vested interest 😁
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Justin Gray 5h
“It is well past time to reinvorgate forward-looking wargaming throughout all of professional military education.”
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Pauline Shanks Kaurin 9h
Replying to @KaurinShanks
The second point is from Stephen Coleman's excellent book Military Ethics (which is great material with lots of short cases/vignettes.)
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Chris Bowen 8h
Reading Prisoners of Geography by Tim Marshall . This should be required reading. Understanding context is a precious skill for a military officer
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H_T Apr 20
Went to Brighton to enjoy the sunshine... left with this little second hand gem for research 🤓
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Jennifer Stadnyk 🇨🇦 Apr 20
Home stretch! Still have a lot of work to do (including refining the title) but I’ve learned a lot over the past months and have reconsidered many existing opinions regarding how we communicate.
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RAF Division, JSCSC 7h
When an air force has operated in a particular way for a generation, does it need to examine its structure to meet the next threat? Revisiting the concept of a 1 Star Command Air Division from
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Marija Jovanovich Apr 21
Awesome, look forward to reading it - 🐰
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Major General Mick Ryan Apr 20
Examining national security challenges through the lens of complexity theory - an interesting weekend read from Defence-In-Depth
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Tim Caines Apr 17
Just submitted the forms to re-start the Project Management Competency Development certification for the next position....school and PME never ends! - the life long journey of learning.
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Commander Field Army Apr 18
Cracking first JNCO article on Wavell Room provides wise words on leadership, development and humility. Would be great to see more putting heads above parapets and stimulating professional military discussion. Need to be more curious, engaged and challenging.
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knuckle dragging intellectual Apr 17
the kind of stuff tv adverts are made of. a break from to discuss squaddies, animals and the stupidity that can happen therein. Surely if the UK (with a total absence of dangerous animals) has some dit’s then you guys must!
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BulletsandBusiness Apr 17
Doing some clearing out and came across these beauties which I need to revisit. A few highly recommended books for those interested in - and leadership in general.
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Chris Bowen Apr 15
What do you see as the biggest threat to ?
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Marija Jovanovich Apr 21
Technological determinism, synchronicity, hubris and classical poetry: all you could ever want in a read from . And it’s related to our discussion about and innovation to boot 🤔
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Major General Mick Ryan 15h
I just started reading this new book from over the weekend. So far, it is terrific. It is really worth adding to you and reading pile.
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RAF Division, JSCSC Apr 21
From and , how Allied propaganda capitalised on Operation CHASTISE.
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Zac Apr 17
Replying to @Zac94853606
A daily dose of and an article worth reading (in my opinion) for junior officers
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