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  • Australian Army soldier Corporal Meg Reeves uses a Ghost Robotics quadruped robot for a reconnaissance task at Mount Pleasant, Canberra.

    Army Research Scheme

    The Australian Army Research Centre seeks service providers to undertake paid research on topics to inform future land force development and modernisation.

  • Queensland, Australia officials and military personnel of various nations toured multiple locations during exercise Talisman Sabre 2019 (TS19), July 16, 2019. During the tour, the officials and military personnel received the opportunity to ride in multiple military aircraft and vehicles, witness a TS19 amphibious landing exercise and view a military working dog demonstration. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Ashley Maldonado).

    Staff Rides

    Military Staff rides and battlefield study tours have long been used across the world’s militaries as an effective tool for the professional military education of officers with a focus on junior officers.

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    ADFA Honours Students

    Honours years at ADFA are highly desirable, sought after by the most academically gifted students and promoted to all students by ADFA, RMC and DOCM-A staff. It is to be considered the first option for eligible high performing Army ADFA students, ahead of all other career options including unit postings.

  • Defence personnel listen to the co-founder of the White Ribbon global movement, Dr Michael Kaufman, during his presentation at the Australian Defence Force Academy on 23 November, 2016.

    Chief of Army Scholars

    The focus of the Chief of Army’s (CAs) Scholarship’s aim is to enable high preforming individual’s time to invest in academic research of immediate benefit to the Australian Army, both in a
    broad sense and those that specifically address future warfare and the profession of arms.

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    E.G. Keogh Visiting Chair

    The E.G. Keogh Visiting Chair is an annual visit by a selected eminent academic in strategic or war studies designed to increase the profile of debate on land warfare issues in Australia.