Lieutenant Colonel Mark Mankowski is an Australian Army officer with over twenty years’ experience across a range of leadership, operations and training appointments within Australia and overseas. He is currently the Director of the Joint Warrant Officer’s Course and Directing Staff at the Australian Command and Staff Course within the Australian War College. He holds a Bachelor of Science, majoring in Chemistry, from the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, a Master of Arts in Military History from the University of New South Wales and a Master of Military and Defence Studies (Advanced) with Honours from the Australian National University.
|War: An integrated endeavour||10 Apr 2015|
|War games and battlefield intuition: A better way to faster decisions?||6 Aug 2015|
|Policy, the Australian Maritime Strategy and Future War||1 Aug 2016|
|Policy, the Australian Maritime Strategy and Future War: Part 2||7 Nov 2016|
|How does the Australian Army Defend our Immediate Region? – Part 1||25 Nov 2021|
|How does the Australian Army Defend our Immediate Region? – Part 2||2 Dec 2021|
|Volume 18 Number 1||7 Dec 2022|