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Urban Warfare: A Practitioner’s Annotated Bibliography

'Urban Warfare – A Practitioners Annotated Bibliography’ provides access to a wealth of resources about urban warfare to military practitioners. In it, the AARC has collated over 500 papers, articles and reports on the topic of urban warfare. Each resource listed in the bibliography is directly or indirectly, accessible online, including many examples that would not otherwis be readily located using online search engines.

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Army Quantum Technology Roadmap launched

Army Quantum Technology Roadmap launched

The Army Quantum Technology Roadmap was launched on 20 April 2021 by Head Land Capability at the Quantum Technologies Challenge. Quantum technologies have the potential to offer significant military advantage, and change the future of how Army fights.

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Australian Army Journal Volume 16 Number 2

Australian Army Journal Volume 16 Number 2 is now available for your reading pleasure.

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Collins Class Submarine HMAS Sheean alongside Diamantina Pier at Fleet Base West

Strategic Assessment, Quarter 3 2021

The announcement of the Australia, United Kingdom and United States (AUKUS) trilateral security partnership in September, and the fall of Kabul to the Taliban in August, are the most significant strategic developments since these Strategic Assessments began. This Assessment may be paradoxically characterised as ‘Consistency and Change’. The pandemic, including its economic impacts and ongoing global issues with insurrection and terrorism reflect continuity. However, the defeat in Afghanistan and the announcement of AUKUS reflect departures from the strategic orthodoxy of recent decades. Both herald changes to Australia’s strategic circumstances.

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An Australian Army soldier from the 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment, fires at the enemy during a night contact at Shoalwater Bay Training Area as part of Exercise Hamel 2018.

The MakerSpace Project

Read the latest update on MakerSpaces in Army, a project headed up by the Australian Army Research Centre's Dr Lyndal Thompson. Learn about its significance for innovation and learning for an Army in Motion in an era of Accelerated Warfare.

MakerSpaces in Army

  • Members of 16th Regiment armed with their RBS-70 watch over the battle field as two US Army Apache Attack helicopters demonstrate their capability at Shoalwater Bay Training Area in Central Queensland.

    Land Power Forum

    The Land Power Forum blog is published by the Australian Army Research Centre in order to generate discussion and debate about the future of Army.

    It is a forum for informed analysis, commentary, thoughts and ideas. Contributions are welcomed from stakeholders, subject matter experts and those interested in future land warfare.