Human Development at ADFA

The talk emphasises the need for a comprehensive development of staff, including aspects such as Cognitive, Social, Psychological, Physical and Social. Professional development is incomplete without personal development.

COL Richard Mallet
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Boxes on shelving with a forklift going past

Future of Logistics Systems in Defence

Logistics! Its not something we usually think about. Not many people understand the concept, or its impact on the progress of society. It is the lifeblood of economy – of any home, organisation, city or country.

Tasneem Memon
10m
Army tank

Understanding Why a Ground Combat Vehicle That Carries Nine Dismounts Is Important to the Army

The Army has examined the lessons of half a dozen significant conflicts, starting with World War II, has conducted numerous studies over the last 65 years, and has found time and again that an ability to conduct dismounted fire and maneuver is the fundamental squad-level tactic.

Bruce Heldm Mark A. Lorell, James T. Quinlivan, Chad C. Serena
15m
Army tank rolling along a snowy field

Technical Challenges of the US Army’s Ground Combat Vehicle Program

An overview of the difficulties the US Army’s Ground Combat Vehicle program in integrating emerging technology in AFV design and development as it looks to develop a successor for the M2 and M3A3 Bradley IFV. It provides commentary on IFV carriage capacity, weapons systems, active protection systems and the threat posed by the proliferation of anti armoured weapon systems among likely threat forces.

Bernard Kempinski
2h
A person performing maintenance on a ship

Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) in the Royal Navy – Developing a Risk-Based Policy for Integrating Safety and Maintenance Management

Reliability Centred Maintenance (RCM) was adopted by the Royal Navy (RN) in 1995 following trials in the HUNT Class mine counter measures vessels which indicated that its adoption could deliver both cost savings and improvements in availability.

Various
2h