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'Why We Write' Series - Writing and Leadership

Writing and Leadership

MAJGEN Mick Ryan
2mins
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'Why We Write' Series - Why We Write

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Angeline Lewis

WGCDR Angeline Lewis
2mins

The Competition Prism

“Our traditional way that we differentiate between peace and war is insufficient …….we think of being at peace or war…our adversaries don’t think that way.” 

General Joseph F. Dunford, Jr. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 21 September and 5 October 2016 

Brigadier Grant Mason
4 min
Exercise RIMPAC 2018

US Marine Corps to Re-Focus on Sea Control

The US Marine Corps has just released its new Commandant’s Guidance, foreshadowing a return to their traditional role of supporting the Navy’s fight for Sea Control now that it is being increasingly challenged. There are valuable insights for the ADF in understanding this fundamental shift in US Marine Corps thinking.

CDRE Peter Leavy
3 min

Future Workforce 2025 - Scherger Group

Compiled by Wing Commander Jo Brick 1

Wing Commander Jo Brick
3 min

Information-Led Operations and Gender: Experience From Operation Aslan

Successful integration of gender is about understanding how gender influences effects in population-centric strategies, and it begins with its robust incorporation into the intelligence analysis of the operational environment.

WGCDR Angeline Lewis
3 min

Defence Entrepreneur’s Forum Australia 2019 -Sep30 and Oct01

Interested in pitching or participating at the Defence Entrepreneur’s Forum Australia 2019 (#DEFAus19)?

The Forge
1 min

Sir James Rowland Seminar at ADFA - 28 August 2019

In collaboration with the Air Power Development Centre, ACSACS is pleased to announce the details of the latest Sir James Rowland Seminar.

  • Theme: Australia's enduring approach to Air-mindedness and Aviation Culture
  • Keynote speaker: Air Chief Marshal Sir Angus Houston AK, AFC (Ret’d)
  • Tickets are free, and the event is fully catered.
  • Register at Eventbrite

 

 

The Forge
1 min

ADF Concept for Command and Control of the Future Force

FOREWORD

by DL Johnston, AO Vice Admiral, RAN

Vice Chief of the Defence Force

Department of Defence
10min

Learning Vulnerability

Learning to love learning requires passion and persistence. It can be a hard road, but intellectual endeavour is not just a personal challenge, it’s a challenge for the entire military community.

Dr Jack Bowers
3 min

Developing the Coalition – Can We Do More?

The aim of this paper is to provide insights into why preparing and developing a coalition environment is important for the ADF; what are the challenges that a coalition presents; and offer some recommendations on how the ADF might better prepare for the multilateral operations.

CAPT Ray Leggatt RAN
3 min

On Resilience - After dinner address to ADFA 2 August 2019

When I informed my daughter that I was to speak to 300 ADFA cadets on the subject of resilience, she said to me:” ‘Don’t do it. They will see you as a dinosaur’. To which I replied, ‘well, dinosaurs ruled the earth for millions of years before becoming extinct, so they must have known something of value’.

Professor Michael Evans
4 min