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Volume 14, Number 1, Autumn 2018 (pdf 3.9Mb)

Volume 13, Number 2, Spring 2016 (pdf 2.6Mb)

 

Volume 13, Number 1, Autumn 2016 (pdf, 3.58MB)

  • Soldier Enhancement: Ethical Risks and Opportunities
  • Autonomous weapon systems, international law and meaningful human control
  • ADF views on Islam: does cultural sensitivity training matter?
  • Learning the Hard Way: Developing Australian Infantry Battalion Commanders during the First World War
  • Enabling Army Innovation
  • Strategic Planners: A response to operational complexity
  • Preventing Catastrophic Terrorism
  • Seeking Victory Against Hybrid Adversaries: The Changing Character of Twenty-first Century Threats and How to Fight Them
  • Pure Manipulation: ISIL and the Exploitation of Social Media
  • Logistics, Strategy and Tactics: Logistics in the Formation of the Medium-weight Army
  • Regional Special Operations Force Capacity Building: An Asymmetric Australian Maritime Strategy
  • The Capture of Unit 621: Lessons in Information Security Management from the North Africa Campaign
  • Paid Volunteers: Experiencing Reserve Service and Resignation
  • Enhancing the Army’s Urban Warfighting Capability
  • Force Protection’s Last Resort: Evaluating the Browning Hi-Power Mk III for the Australian Army of Tomorrow

 

Volume 11, Number 2, Summer 2014 (pdf, 4.5MB)

  • Operational Security in the Digital Age: Who is Being Targeted?Lieutenant-Colonel Martin White
  • Adapt and Overcome: Promoting Tactical Adaptation in the Post-Afghanistan ArmyLieutenant Nicholas Barber
  • The Use of Armoured Personnel Carrier Squadrons within Combat BrigadesMajor Mitchell Watson
  • Logistics, Strategy and Tactics: Balancing the Art of WarLieutenant Colonel David Beaumont
  • Sir Basil Liddell Hart's Influence on Australian Military DoctrineCaptain Sam Baumgarten
  • Canister! On! FIRE! Australian Tank Operations in Vietnam by Bruce CameronReviewed by Lieutenant Colonel Scott Winter
  • A Soldier's Soldier: A Biography of Lieutenant General Sir Thomas Daly by Jeffrey GreyReviewed by Lieutenant Adam Chirgwin
  • Afghan Sun: Defence, Diplomacy, Development and the Taliban by Stuart YeamanReviewed by Colonel David Connery
  • Don't Mention the War: The Australian Defence Force, the Media and the Afghan Conflict by Kevin FosterReviewed by Tom Hill
  • All the King's Men: The British Redcoat in the Era of Sword and Musket by Saul DavidReviewed by Major Tim Inglis
  • Fromelles the Final Chapters: How the Buried Diggers were Identified and Their Lives Reclaimed by Tim Lycett and Sandra PlayleReviewed by Brian Manns
  • Australia 1943: The Liberation of New Guinea edited by Peter DeanReviewed by Matt Miller

Volume 11, Number 1, Winter 2014 (pdf, 2.8MB)

  • What Did We Learn from the War in Afghanistan?Captain Gareth Rice
  • Only the Strong Survive — CSS in the Disaggregated BattlespaceMajor Dean Clark
  • Raising a Female-centric Infantry Battalion: Do We Have the Nerve?Lieutenant Colonel Luke Carroll
  • The Increasing Need for Cyber Forensic Awareness and Specialisation in ArmyCaptain Nathan Mark
  • Reinvigorating Education in the Australian ArmyBrigadier Chris Field
  • Journey to Peace: A True Story of Forgiveness and Reconciliation by Adam Joe LawtonReviewed by Captain Andy Brayshaw
  • Total Destruction of the Tamil Tigers by Paul Moorcraft, Royal Canadian Air ForceReviewed by Major Chris Buckham
  • No Easy Day: The Firsthand Account of the Mission that Killed Osama Bin Laden by Matt Bissonnette (alias Mark Owen)Reviewed by Lieutenant Jacob Choi
  • Anthropologists in the SecurityScape: Ethics, Practice and Professional Identity by Robert Albro, George E. Marcus, Laura A. McNamara and Monica Schoch-SpanaReviewed by Scott Flower
  • Uncommon Soldier: The Story of the Making of Today’s Diggers by Chris MastersReviewed by Iain Henry
  • Indian Foreign and Security Policy in South Asia: Regional Power Strategies by Sandra DestradiReviewed by Ash Khan
  • The Australian Army from Whitlam to Howard by John BlaxlandReviewed by Bob Lowry
  • Every Nation For Itself: Winners and Losers in a G-Zero World by Ian BremmerReviewed by Ben Moles
  • The Valley’s Edge: A Year with the Pashtuns in the Heartland of the Taliban by Daniel R. GreenReviewed by Timothy Moore
  • Pacific 360°: Australia’s Battle for Survival in World War II by Roland PerryReviewed by Wing Commander Mark Smith

Volume 10, Number 4, Summer 2013 (pdf, 3.9MB)

  • The Futility of Capability Arguments and the Army Approach to the 2014 Force Structure ReviewLieutenant Colonel Martin White
  • Resetting Land Forces for ContingencyColonel Tim Law (British Army)
  • Plan Beersheba: The Combined Arms Imperative Behind the Reorganisation of the ArmyColonel Craig Bickell
  • Shaping the Future Battlespace: Offensive Cyber Warfare Tools for the PlannerMajor Nicholas Rose
  • The Value of Generic Cultural TrainingMajor Matthew Carr
  • TIMOR TIMUR: The Untold Story by Lieutenant General Kiki Syahnakri (retd), Indonesian Armed ForcesReviewed by Bob Lowry
  • Climate Change and Displacement Reader by Scott Leckie, Ezekiel Simperingham and Jordan Bakker (eds)Reviewed by Chris Baker
  • The Changi Camera: A Unique Record of Changi and the Thai-Burma Railway by Tim BowdenReviewed by Dr Janda Gooding
  • The Passion of Bradley Manning: The Story Behind the Wikileaks Whistleblower by Chase MadarReviewed by Steven L. Jones
  • Underdogs: The Making of the Modern Marine Corps by Aaron B. O’ConnellReviewed by Tristan Moss
  • Bill the Bastard by Roland PerryReviewed by Margaret Palazzo
  • Rebel Rulers: Insurgent Governance and Civilian Life During War by Zachariah Cherion MampillyReviewed by Lieutenant Alexander Ryrie
  • One False Move, Bravest of the Brave: The Australian Mine Defusers in World War Two by Robert MacklinReviewed by Warrant Officer Class One Wayne Schoer
  • Architecture in Uniform: Designing and Building for the Second World War by Jean-Louis CohenReviewed by Professor Peter Stanley

Volume 10, Number 3, 2013 "Culture Edition" (pdf, 3.5MB)

  • Chief of Army Foreword
  • Editorial
  • Serving Their Country: A Short History of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Service in the Australian ArmyDr Noah Riseman
  • ‘A Homosexual Institution’: Same-sex Desire in the Army During World War IIDr Graham Willett and Dr Yorick Smaal
  • Steyrs and Sheilas: The Modern Role of Women in the Australian ArmyLance Corporal Hannah Evans
  • Sexuality, Cohesion, Masculinity and Combat Motivation: Designing Personnel Policy to Sustain CapabilityLieutenant Colonel Charles Knight
  • Religious Diversity in the Australian Army: The Next Diversity Frontier?Lieutenant Colonel Phillip Hoglin
  • Military Retirement: Reflections from Former Members of Special Operations ForcesKira Harris, Dr Eyal Gringart and Dr Deirdre Drake
  • Hazing in the ADF: A culture of denial?Dr Richard Evans
  • The Myths of Cultural Awareness: Culture Does Not Eat Strategy for BreakfastCaptain David M. Bergman, Swedish Armed Forces
  • Securing Army’s Future: Enhancing Career ManagementMajor General Angus Campbell, Dr Corinne Manning and Brigadier Paul Nothard
  • Learning to Add Value: Fostering Cultures of Effective Learning in the Australian ArmySteven Talbot
  • Family Friendly Army — First Class Policy, Second Class ImplementationLieutenant Colonel Kirsty Skinner and Ms Chloe Diggins
  • From Institution to Occupation: Australian Army Culture in TransitionAnthony John
  • Army’s SpiritWarrant Officer David Ashley
  • Brothers and Sisters in Arms: Experiences of Gay Soldiers in the Australian ArmyCaptain Dominic Lopez
  • On the Culture of the Australian ArmyRichard Hughes
  • Fifty Shades of Grey: Officer Culture in the Australian ArmyCaptain James Brown
  • Lost in Translation – Plight of the EmbedAuthor known only as ‘Airman Skippy Zed’

Volume 10, Number 1, Autumn 2013 (pdf, 4.4MB)

  • Editorial
  • Interview with Major General Ian Gordon, AO (retd)
  • Interview with Warrant Officer Peter Rosemond, CSC, OAM (retd)
  • Applied Strategy from the Australian PerspectiveLieutenant General David Morrison, AO
  • Niche Threat? Organic Peroxides as Terrorist ExplosivesMark Bali
  • F3EA — A Targeting Paradigm for Contemporary WarfareMitch Ferry
  • Australian Artillery After AfghanistanCaptains Mike Squire, James Groves and Chris O’Brien
  • Non-Linear Manoeuvre: A Paradigm Shift for the Dismounted Combat PlatoonLieutenant M.J. Tink
  • The China Choice: Why America Should Share Power by Hugh WhiteReviewed by Andrew O’Neil
  • The Artist and the Warrior: Military History through the Eyes of the Masters by Theodore K. RaabReviewed by Dr Claire Baddeley
  • The Kokoda Campaign 1942: Myth and Reality by Peter WilliamsReviewed by Lieutenant Colonel Gavin Keating
  • Exit Wounds: One Australian’s War on Terror by Major General John Cantwell (Retd) with Greg BearupReviewed by Dr John Blaxland
  • Hell’s Battlefield: The Australians in New Guinea in World War II by Phillip BradleyReviewed by John Moremon
  • The Battle for Lone Pine: Four Days of Hell at the Heart of Gallipoli by David W. CameronReviewed by Dr Karl James
  • Defence Acquisition Reform 1960–2009: An Elusive Goal by J. Ronald FoxReviewed by Scott Richardson
  • Anzacs in the Middle East: Australian soldiers, their allies and the local people in World War II by Mark JohnstonReviewed by Tristan Moss

Volume 9, Number 3, Summer 2012 (pdf, 5.6MB)

  • Editorial
  • An Interview with Lieutenant General (Retired) Francis Hickling
  • An Interview with Warrant Officer Kevin Woods
  • Unarmed Combat in the ADF: The Next EvolutionWarrant Officer Class Two Eddie Walsh
  • Is Parachute Capability Still Relevant to Modern Expeditionary Operations?Major Paul Scanlan
  • Train Better, Fight BestMajor Ben McLennan
  • Knife, Can Opener or Screwdriver? Training Australia's Land Force to be the Swiss Army Knife of the FutureAllison Casey
  • Decision-Making at the Tactical LevelCaptain Scott Holmes
  • Understanding and Defeating a Complex Adaptive SystemLieutenant Colonel Ian Langford
  • Individual Decision-Making in Complex EnvironmentsLieutenant Colonel Mick Say and Lieutenant Colonel Ben Pronk
  • On the Preposterousness of Population-CentricityLieutenant Colonel Nick Floyd
  • Fighting China: Airsea Battle and AustraliaJustin Kelly
  • A Contest for Supremacy: China, America, and the Struggle for Mastery in Asia by Aaron L FriedbergReviewed by Dr Michael Lankowski
  • The Ashgate Research Companion to War: Origins and Prevention by Hall Gardner and Oleg Kobteff (eds)Reviewed by Dr David Connery
  • Fighting to the Finish: the Australian Army and the Vietnam War, 1968-1975 by Ashley Ekins and Ian McNeillReviewed by Thomas Richardson
  • Australia and Appeasement: Imperial Foreign Policy and the Origins of World War II by Christopher WatersReviewed by Augustine Meaher PhD
  • Good Fences, Bad Neighbours: Border Fixity and International Conflict by Boaz AtziliReviewed by Ryan D Griffiths
  • The Hard Slog: Australians in the Bougainville Campaign, 1944-45 by Karl JamesReviewed by Charles D Melson
  • Conducting Counterinsurgency: Reconstruction Task Force 4 in Afghanistan by David Connery, David Cran and David EveredReviewed by Lieutenant Colonel Chris Smith
  • The Chinese Army Today: Tradition and Transformation for the 21st Century by Dennis J BlaskoReviewed by Dr Jingdong Yuan
  • Then Came the Fire: Personal Accounts from the Pentagon, 11 September 2001 by Stephen J Lofgren (ed)Review by Colonel (Retd) Mike Lovell
  • Alan Bishop Stretton
  • Major General Cedric Maudsley Ingram ‘Sandy’ Pearson AO, DSO, OBE, MC

Volume 9, Number 2, Winter 2012 (pdf, 2.8MB)

  • Editorial
  • Army After AfghanistanLieutenant General David Morrison
  • Australia and the Neglect of Defence: Echoes of 1942 in the Formulation of Present Security PolicyDr Albert Palazzo
  • Army's All Corps Training into the FutureBrigadier David Luhrs
  • The Military Needs More Disruptive ThinkersBenjamin Kohlmann
  • Disruptive Thinkers: Defining the ProblemPeter Munson
  • Counter-IED Strategy in Modern WarCaptain David F Eisler
  • Remaining Timely and Relevant: Two Key Challenges for Army's Intelligence Capability Post-AfghanistanLieutenant Colonel Scott Gills
  • Psychological Operations (PSYOPS) within the Australian Intelligence Corps: Should it Stay or Should it Go?Warrant Officer Class Two Dallas Sharp
  • ANZAC Day Address: Kandahar Airfield, Southern Afghanistan, 25 April 2012Brigadier Chris Field
  • Combat Focus: A Commanders Responsibility in the Formation, Development and Training of Todays Combat TeamCaptain Scott Klima
  • A Simple Operation: The Japanese Invasion of Christmas IslandColonel Tim Gellel
  • Transforming Command and Six Essential Elements of LeadershipReviewed by Brigadier Chris Field
  • Anzacs Dirty Dozen: 12 Myths of Australian Military History by Craig Stockings (ed)Reviewed by Major Dayton McCarthy
  • Bully Beef and Balderdash; Some myths of the AIF Examined and Debunked by Graham WilsonReviewed by Justin Kelly
  • Sir William Glasgow: soldier, senator and diplomat by Peter EdgarReviewed by Dr Robert Stevenson
  • Boredom is the Enemy: The Intellectual and Imaginative Lives of Australian Soldiers in the Great War and Beyond by Amanda LaugesenReviewed by Dr Craig Wilcox
  • Operation Anaconda: Americas First Major Battle in Afghanistan by Lester W Grau and Dodge BillingsleyReviewed by WO2 Ian Kuring
  • The Sixth Wave: How to Succeed in a Resource Limited World by James Bradfield Moody & Bianca NogradyReviewed by Major Cameron Leckie
  • Warrant Officer Class One Wally Thompson, OAM

Volume 9, Number 1, Autumn 2012 (pdf, 3.0MB)

  • Editorial
  • Developing Joint Amphibious Capability: Chief of Army's Address at the Royal Australian Navy Sea Power ConferenceLieutenant General David Morrison, AO
  • Reclaiming Volunteerism: How a Reconception Can Build a More Professional Army ReserveLieutenant Alex Douglas
  • Improving Training Yield: In-Unit Collective Training to Win the Land BattleMajor Grant Chambers, CSM
  • Visualising Adaptive Campaigning: Influence Diagrams in Support of Concept DevelopmentDaniel Bilusich, Fred D J Bowden, Svetoslav Gaidow
  • Exploitation Intelligence: A New Intelligence Discipline?Lieutenant Colonel Charles Faint
  • Ambition and Adversity: Developing an Australian Military Force, 1901-1914Jean Bou
  • The Birth, Life and Death of the 1st Australian Armoured DivisionLieutenant Zach Lambert
  • Up Front ThinkingLieutenant Colonel Scott Winter
  • Amphibian Deployment and Sustainment: Further Investments Essential to Realise the DreamCaptain Anthony Bamford
  • The Agile Commander: In the Adaptive ArmyCaptain Matthew Jefferies
  • The Distributed Manoeuvre Battle: Preparing Combat Service Support ElementsCaptain Geoffrey Orton
  • The Viet Cong D445 Battalion: Their Story by Ernest ChamberlainReviewed by Dr Bob Hall
  • Elite Fighting Forces by Jeremy Black (ed)Reviewed by Lieutenant Colonel Ben Pronk
  • Soldiers: Army Lives and Loyalties from Redcoats to Dusty Warriors by Richard HolmesReviewed by Major Tim Inglis
  • Middle Power Dreaming by John Cotton and John Ravenhill (eds)Reviewed by Andrew Carr
  • Charting Chinas Future by David Shambaugh (ed)Reviewed by Dr Jingdong Yuan
  • Maritime Power and the Law of the Sea by James KraskaReviewed by Allison Casey
  • The Future of Power by Joseph S Nye JrReviewed by David Goyne
  • New Wars and New Soldiers: Military Ethics in the Contemporary World by Paolo Tripodi and Jessica Wolfendale (eds)Reviewed by Dr Lacy Pejcinovic

Volume 8, Number 3, Summer 2011 (pdf, 2.1MB)

  • Editorial
  • Living in the Twilight Zone: Advising the Afghan National Army at the Corps LevelLieutenant Colonel Gavin Keating
  • Ten Tips for Tactical CommandersMajor Mark Popov
  • Engineering from the Sea: Establishing How Australian Army Engineers Fit Into Australia's Amphibious ConceptMajor Michael Scott
  • Preliminary Moves: The Royal Military College and the Professionalisation of the Officer Corps, 1910-1947Major Dayton McCarthy
  • How Whole is Whole of Government? The Reality of Australian Responses to Offshore ContingenciesRodger Shanahan
  • The Reserve Response Force and Public SafetyLieutenant Colonel Peter Woodward
  • Operation QUEENSLANDER: Ten Ideas for Australian Defence Force Support to Disaster Relief OperationsBrigadier Chris Field
  • The Battle of Pinios Gorge: A Study of a Broken Anzac BrigadeCraig Stockings
  • The Anzac ManReviewed by Michael Easson
  • In the Face of the Enemy: One Battalions StoryReviewed by Brigadier Richard Iron, British Army
  • The Korean War: Australia in the Giants Playground by Cameron ForbesReviewed by Allan R Millet
  • Do Unto Others: Counter Bombardment in Australia's Military Campaigns by Alan H SmithReviewed by Major General Tim Ford
  • Non-Governmental Organizations in World Politics: The Construction of Global Governments by Peter WillettsReviewed by Sue Thompson
  • Fallen Sentinel: Australian Tanks in World War II by Peter BealeReviewed by Colonel Jason Thomas
  • Lieutenant General Sir Donald Beaumont Dunstan, AC, KBE, CB

Volume 8, Number 2, Winter 2011 (pdf, 4.3MB)

  • Editorial
  • Counterinsurgency in Uruzgan 2009Colonel P J Connolly
  • The Implications of Cultural Entrenchment for Counterinsurgency OperationsNathan Coultis
  • COINs in the Dust: Battlespace Commanding and Counterinsurgency in AfghanistanMajor Mark Popov
  • Refining the Military Appreciation Process for Adaptive CampaigningCaptain David L Walker
  • Army Aviation 2030: Aligning the Army Aviation Capability with the Army Objective Force 2030Major Keith Wylie
  • Cause for Engagement: Examining the Case for Foreign Area Officers in ArmyMajor Cate Carter
  • Combat Fitness: Adapt or DieMajor James Davis
  • An Opportunity Not To Be Wasted: What Army Should Require of the Australian Defence Force AcademyMajor Ross Cable
  • Why AB Initio? The Importance of AB Initio Recruiting in the Australian Regular ArmyLieutenant Colonel Phillip Hoglin
  • Reflections on CommandColonel Rupert Hoskin
  • Linking Strategy and TacticsJim Molan
  • Two Paeans to ProfessionalismReviewed by Captain Dayton McCarthy
  • Triple Success from Army History UnitReviewed by Ian van der Waag
  • The Last Knight: A biography of General Sir Phillip Bennett AC, KBE, DSO by Robert LowryReviewed by Nick Jans
  • Australia and the New World Order: From peacekeeping to peace-enforcement, 1988-1991 by David HornerReviewed by Kim Beazley
  • The Strategy Bridge: Theory for Practice by Colin S GrayReviewed by Antulio J Echevarria II
  • Afgantsy: the Russians in Afghanistan 1979-89 by Rodric BraithwaiteReviewed by Brigadier Richard Iron
  • When God Made Hell: The British Invasion of Mesopotamia and the Creation of Iraq 1914-1921 by Charles TownshendReviewed by David Goyne
  • The Media at War by Susan L CarruthersReviewed by Cynthia Banham
  • The Road to Singapore: The Myth of British Betrayal by Augustine Meaher IVReviewed by John Connor
  • Anzac Fury: The Bloody Battle of Crete 1941 by Peter ThompsonReviewed by Eleanor Hancock
  • Crumps and Camouflets: Australian Tunnelling Companies on the Western Front by Damien FinlaysonReviewed by Michael Molkentin
  • Brigadier Phillip Jamieson Greville, CBE

Volume 8, Number 1, Autumn 2011 (pdf, 1.1MB)

  • Editorial
  • Defeating the Taliban's Shadow Government: Winning the Population through Synchronised Governance, Development and Security EffortsLieutenant Daniel R Green
  • The Coin Environment: The Integration and Execution of Lethal and Non-Lethal Effects at the Tactical Level Platoon Team Lessons from MRTF-2 in AfghanistanCaptain Matt Proud
  • Getting the Balance Right: The Australian Command and Staff College and the Part-Time OptionLieutenant Colonel Sean L Estrange
  • Matching Supply and Demand in ADF Specialist Health Support: A ProposalMajor Michael C Reade
  • Not Hearts and Minds: Civil-Military Cooperation in OBG(W)3Lieutenant Colonel Mark Armstrong
  • RASIGS Integration into the Explosive Ordnance Disposal TeamSignalman R D Larner
  • Australia's Amphibious AmbitionCaptain Dean Clark
  • Wool Gathering in the CO's OfficeLieutenant Colonel Rupert Hoskin
  • Zombie Myths of Australian Military History: The Ten Myths That Will Not Die by Craig Stockings (ed)Reviewed by Captain Dayton McCarthy
  • The Soldier: A History of Courage, Sacrifice and Brotherhood by Darren MooreReviewed by David Goyne
  • The Ashgate Research Companion to Modern Warfare by George Kassimeris and John Buckley (eds)Reviewed by Gary Sheffield
  • To Salamaua by Phillip BradleyReviewed by John Moremon
  • How to Win on the Battlefield: The 25 Key Tactics of All Time by Rob Johnson and Michael WhitbyReviewed by Lieutenant Colonel Jason Thomas
  • The New Global Insecurity: How Terrorism, Environmental Collapse, Economic Inequalities, and Resource Shortages are Changing Our World by Fathali M MoghaddamReviewed by Michael Lankowski
  • Vietnam on Canvas Ken McFadyen, an Artist at War by Sandra Finger LeeReviewed by Brigadier David Webster
  • War by Sebastian JungerReviewed by Major Andrew Shum

Volume 7, Number 3, Summer 2010 (pdf, 2.7MB)

  • Editorial
  • Boldness Be My Friend: Why the High Risk Plan is Often the Safest (and the Most Successful)Lieutenant Colonel Richard Barrett
  • Combatants in Afghanistan: What's in a Name?Dominic Bowen
  • Size Matters: Turning to Small Teams to Succeed at CounterinsurgencySergeant P A Dehnert
  • Winning the COIN Toss: Combined Arms and Tanks in AfghanistanCaptain Tim Tiller
  • Counterinsurgency 3.0Peter Charles Choharis and James A Gavrilis
  • Big Books on Small Wars: Milestones or Millstones in Counterinsurgency Thinking?Captain Dayton McCarthy
  • Abandoning the Temple: John Boyd and Contemporary StrategyLieutenant Colonel Jason Thomas
  • Risk Management in Theatre Strategic and Operational PlanningCommander Stephen P Ferris
  • The Enterprising SoldierColonel Chris Field
  • Stabilising Complex Adaptive Systems: Using Complexity Theory in Operational Design for Stabilisation and Support OperationsMajor Robert K Calhoun and Captain Brendan F Hayward
  • The Universal InfantryWilliam F Owen
  • Rethinking Information Dominance and Influence Battlespace EffectsMajor Jason Logue
  • Offensive Information Operations: A Key Enabler for the Land ForceLieutenant Colonel James Roche
  • The Broken Years: Australian Soldiers in the Great War by Bill GammageReviewed by Peter Stanley
  • Counterinsurgency by David KilcullenReviewed by Peter Leahy
  • Diggers and Greeks by Maria HillReviewed by Karl James
  • The Science of War by Michael E O'HanlonReviewed by Mark Thomson
  • The Thin Blue Line by Conor FoleyReviewed by Tristan Moss
  • Wired for War by Peter SingerReviewed by Richard S Bowyer
  • Bloody Victory by William PhilpottReviewed by Albert Palazzo
  • Embedded by Wesley R GrayReviewed by Graeme Sligo
  • Mud & Dust by Michael K CecilReviewed by Ian Kuring

Volume 7, Number 2, Winter 2010 (pdf, 3.2MB)

  • Editorial
  • Of Fuzzy Writing and FatalitiesRoss Buckley
  • Contemporary Warfare, the Utility of Infantry, and Implications for the Project Land 400 Combined Arms Fighting SystemChris Smith, Tony Duus and Simeon Ward
  • Who Should Drive in the Motorised Battalion?Warrant Officer Class Two Kent Davies
  • The Blind Spot in Robot-Enabled Warfare: Deeper Implications of the IED ChallengeDr Patrick Hew
  • Rat Pack ChatPrivate Cameron Robison
  • The History of the Soldiers LoadLieutenant Rob Orr
  • Operation Lavarack: Phuoc Tuy Province, Vietnam, 1969Len Johnson
  • Slaughter of the Innocents: The Destruction of the 18th Battalion at Gallipoli, August 1915Tony Cunneen
  • Bardia: Myth, Reality and the Heirs of ANZACColonel Darren Kerr
  • Calling Out the TroopsDr Hugh Smith
  • Malaya by Brian Farrell and Garth PrattenReviewed by Mark Johnston
  • Prisoners of the Japanese: POWs of World War II in the Pacific by Gavan DawsReviewed by John McCarthy
  • Managing Civil-Military Cooperation by Sebastiaan J H Rietjens and Myriame T I B Bollen (eds)Reviewed by Major Richard Peace

Volume 7, Number 1, Autumn 2010 (pdf, 4.4MB)

  • Editorial
  • Assessing Afghanistan against Aden and Oman: A Euphemism for Capitulation or the Seeds of Success?Lieutenant Colonel Jon Hawkins
  • Australian Special Forces in Afghanistan: Supporting Australia in the Long WarMajor Ian Langford
  • Five Challenges for Future Infantry: Thinking about Adaptation and ChangeColonel Chris Field
  • Looking for the Hedgehog IdeaJustin Kelly and Mike Brennan
  • Autonomic and Sense and Respond Logistics: The Foxhole to Factory to Foxhole Continuum of Combat Service SupportMajor Ray Hingst and Greg Gunter
  • Hybrid, Complex, Conventional, Fourth-Generation Counterinsurgency: Its Decision that Still Matters MostAlbert Palazzo and Antony Trentini
  • Adaptive Campaigning: Is it Adaptive Enough?Lieutenant Colonel Jason Thomas
  • Citizen SoldierMajor Cate Carter
  • Notes on Command for Commanding Officers: F rom a Brigade CommanderMajor General Stephen Day
  • Applying Nagl: Military Organisational Change and American Counterinsurgency in IraqDavid Kuehn
  • Practice Makes Perfect: Army Simulation Wing and Mission-Specific TrainingMajor Stan Carnes and Steven Holloway
  • Close Combat: Army's Fundamental SkillMajor James Davis
  • War and the Strategist of the Twenty-First CenturyBrigadier David Coghlan
  • Vietnam War MemoirBrigadier Nick Jans
  • The Strategy of Terrorism How it Works and Why it Fails by Peter R Neumann and Michael L R SmithReviewed by Major Jason Harley
  • Sorry, lads, but the order is to go The August Offensive, Gallipoli: 1915 by David W CameronReviewed by Rhys Crawley
  • Light Horse: A History of Australia's Mounted Arm by Jean BouReviewed by John Donovan
  • Captain Bullens War: The Vietnam War diary of Captain John Bullen by Paul Ham (ed)Reviewed by Bob Hall
  • The Human Face of War by Jim StorrReviewed by Justin Kelly
  • The Good Soldiers by David FinkelReviewed by Major Andrew Shum
  • Australian Battalion Commanders in the Second World War by Garth PrattenReviewed by Craig Stockings
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