'Why We Write' Series - Writing and Fighting: The Intellectual Edge
Writing and Fighting: The Intellectual Edge
'Why We Write' Series - #WhyWeWrite
'Why We Write' Series - Writing to convince – why I write
Writing to convince – why I write
'Why We Write' Series - Blood, Treasure, and Time
Blood, Treasure, and Time.
'Why We Write' Series - Why We Don't Write
Why We Don’t Write
'If I waited for perfection, I would never write a word’
This piece is written to offer a different perspective for The Forge series of articles on #whywewrite. Writing doesn’t come easily to everyone and this blog examines some of the common traps that hinder our writing. In exploring the reasons why we don’t write, the intent is to offer ways to approach the problem of how to write.
'Why We Write' Series - The Angry 'Young' Man
I write because I am angry. That is probably not what The Forge editors were looking for when they asked me to contribute to this series, but hear me out; there is a nuance in that statement.
The 'Why We Write' Series
The Forge editors are proud to present our first series, entitled 'Why We Write'. The series will showcase some current ADF military writers, with the intention of encouraging others, particularly at the rank of O5 and above, to consolidate their thinking and experience into a written form. The contributions are very honest and open accounts of why officers have chosen to contribute to the discourse on the myriad matters that affect the military profession.
'Why We Write' Series - Introduction
Introduction to the #WhyWeWrite Series
The Forge editors
'Why We Write' Series - Writing and Leadership
Writing and Leadership
'Why We Write' Series - Why We Write
'Why We Write' (#whywewrite)
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
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.