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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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Army Quantum Technology Challenge (QTC 2021)

The first Army Quantum Technology Challenge (QTC 2021) will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre on 20 April 2021. The Challenge will see teams of Australia’s world-leading quantum scientists and engineers compete to show how quantum technologies can conceptually deliver Army unprecedented capabilities.

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CDF Fellowship and CA Scholarship

2022 Chief of Defence Force Fellowship applications are now open.

To be considered for these scholarships, applications must be submitted by 30 April 2021.

Chief of Army Scholarship applications closed on 31 Mar 2021.

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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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Strategic Assessment, Quarter 1 2021

A facet of the purpose of this Q1 Assessment is to provide a succinct summary of issues that may influence strategic decision-making in 2021. It updates information within the three Strategic Assessments presented in 2020, focussing upon the COVID-19 pandemic, economics, politics and the geostrategic environment.

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    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.