Australian Army Journal Volume 18 Number 1
This edition of the Australian Army Journal (AAJ) examines the foundations of professional mastery and doctrine, and reinforces the proposition that how we think inevitably affects how we perform. The journal considers how the ADF can maximise the effectiveness of joint operations, particularly in the context of Australia’s rapidly evolving strategic circumstances, challenges elements of doctrine to improve Army’s approach to operational planning and provides a brief history of armoured vehicle-borne infantry.
The AAJ provides a forum for ideas and debate about land power and welcomes contributions to future editions.
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 otherwise be readily located using online search engines.
Army Robotics Expo 2023
Army is calling on industry and academia to showcase their innovative robotic and autonomous system technology at the Army Robotic Expo (ARX) 2023.
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.