History of the Exercise
Since that time, the Chief of Army’s Exercise has provided the opportunity for Army’s senior leadership to gather and address the key issues facing Army. In recent years, the Chief of Army’s Exercise has been held as a biennial event, linked to the Land Warfare Conference. This has allowed for a complementary series of events to be held over a one-week period.
Recent Chief of Army’s Exercises have considered topics as diverse as the air/land battle, the human dimension of war, the application of social networking to Army and adaptive responses to complex environments. It has provided a forum for interactive discussion and knowledge sharing and a number of the concepts developed in previous Exercises have resulted in concrete action that has improved Army. The Chief of Army’s Exercise has also been used as an opportunity for regional engagement, with an emphasis on Australia’s immediate neighbourhood.
30 September 2019Retired Army Banner laid up at Kapooka 25 September 2019Delivering the next generation of network assurance for the Australian Army 12 September 2019Friendships formed during Australian military skills competition 11 September 2019Dropping in the right direction 2 September 2019Taking the Hill