Star Wars and its Lessons for Strategy and Intelligence
A recent presentation that I gave in Canberra that looks at the Star Wars universe, and its lessons for strategists and the intelligence community.
Dr. Phillip Karber on the Russian Way of War
Speaking to staff and cadets at the United States’ West Point Academy, Dr. Phillip Karber describes what he has learned about the Russian way of war from thirty trips he has made to Ukraine, including six months on the front lines of the war in the country's east. This lecture highlights how a re-imagined Russian military is conducting technologically advanced joint-land combat against a ‘near peer’ military – the Ukrainian Armed Forces.
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.
CDLE Leadership Paper 2 - 2008
The CDLE Leadership Paper 2-2008 is Warrant Officer Class One, Kevin Woods’ CSC, OAM, account of leadership from a solider’s point of view. In this paper WO1 Woods covers aspects of leadership around compassion, risk aversion, honest reporting, micro-management, and moral courage,