Links to Follow

Twitter Feeds

 

  • @ADC_Australia. Intellectually preparing military leaders for future digital age warfare through the delivery of future focused joint professional education and joint individual training. 
  • @CoveTweet. Professional development network for the Australian Army.  
  • @DEF_Aus. Developing junior leaders by fostering conceptual innovation for the profession of arms.  
  • @Doctrine_Man. Discussions on key national security issues and military community advocacy, with a little humour on the side.
  • @GoundCuriosity. Conversations about the profession of arms.  
  • @Mil_Leader. Hosted by a US Army Officer; providing resources and insights for leaders of all professions to grow themselves and develop their teams.
  • @MilWritersGuild. A global network of service members, veterans, analysts and writers dedicated to heightening discourse in the field of arms.  
  • @pptsapper. Snark-filled dialogue on leadership, history and Star Wars (not necessarily in that order).
  • @WarInstitute. Hosted by the US Military Academy and dedicated to the study of war and warfare.
  • @WarInTheFuture. Hosted by the Commander of the Australian Defence College; intellectual discussions around strategic competition and future conflict.

 

Podcasts

The Dead Prussian. Explore war and warfare through discussion and analysis of military theory, historical events, contemporary conflicts and expert interviews.

Leaders Huddle. Discussions intended to educate and inspire current and future generations of junior officers.

The Modern War Institute. A US Department of Military Instruction resource that delivers podcasts on a range of military issues.

War 4 Idiots. Two idiots attempt to understand the complexities of War using their own unique senses of dark humour.

War Stories. Narrative audio show focused on stories at the heart of conflict and the particular components of warfare.