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  1. Response-To-Transitioning
    A response to ‘Transitioning from Exercise to Warfighting’ posted 21 May 2017 30 July 2017 In his post, ‘Transitioning from Exercise to Warfighting,’ MAJ Mitchell suggests that "The maturity... read more
  2. Defining_Joint_Force
    Defining Joint Force Entry 2 July 2017 Joint, combined amphibious operations constitute the most important and consequential novelty in the... read more
  3. Indo-Asia-Pacific
    Lowy Institute Address: America's Enduring Interests in the Indo-Asia-Pacific with Admiral Harry Harris, Commander US Pacific Command - 14 Dec 2016 2 July 2017 In his introduction to Admiral Harry Harris’ Lowy Institute Presentation, Executive Director Dr Mich... read more
  4. Exercise to Warfighting
    Transitioning from Exercise to Warfighting 21 May 2017 History exists between twenty and sixty degrees north latitude. Intertwined within this parameter ar... read more
  5. Navigators as warfighters 15 August 2016 The Maritime Warfare Officer (MWO) stream and in particular the specialisation of Principal Warfare... read more
  6. Providing the golden thread: Strategic deterrence as the new strategic concept 27 November 2015 With the release of Archipelagic Manoeuvre, Army set out its big idea for land power's future employ... read more
  7. Delivering a strong land force into the future: the Australian Army Journal Winter 2015 edition 16 October 2015 The Australian Army is not just facing an uncertain future operational environment, it is also in th... read more
  8. Australia, expeditionary warfare and maritime strategy 19 August 2015 Clausewitz believed that the ways and means of warfare were determined by a combination of four fact... read more
  9. Army-police interoperability: Collective contributions to future land power 12 June 2015 As we argued in an earlier post, if recent operations such as Anode, Sovereign Borders and the respo... read more

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