The Fourth Industrial Revolution will drive major changes in the character of war.
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- Three Cs - Planning Observations from Exercise Hamel 2016 17 April 2017 This paper shares planning observations from 3rd Brigade Headquarters Forward during Exercise Hamel,... read more
- The Junior Officer All Corps Training Continuum: A Requirement for Change 20 October 2016 The current manner in which the Australian Army formally develops its junior officers is heavily foc... read more
- It is time to expunge the word synchronise from our military vocabulary 29 August 2016 Simplicity is a principle of war. The ongoing pursuit of ‘synchronised effects’ is causing staffs, s... read more
- The New Era of Human Performance: Bulletproofing; Brains and Bravery 11 July 2016 There is a tidal wave of new research and practice in the area of enhancing human performance. In th... read more
- Islands of Privilege in a Sea of Chaos - Dystopian Future 20 June 2016 As Army Officers we’re trained to respond to low probability, high impact events so maybe it’s a pro... read more
- #War: Is the enemy more agile, adaptable & situationally aware than us? 14 June 2016 The continued success of the Australian Army Blog is good news – especially since our adversaries h... read more