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26 Nov 2022
Russia-Ukraine war live: Sunak meets Zelensky in Kyiv and confirms UK’s ‘continued support’ – as it happened
It was Rishi Sunak's first visit to Ukraine since becoming UK Prime Minister in October 2022.
19 Nov 2022
Someone has to do it’: American vets in Ukraine train front-line medics as war rages with Russia
American veterans have volunteered to support and train Ukrainian military medical personnel.
22 Nov 2022
How did Erwin Rommel Earn the Nickname ‘Desert Fox’?
His troops and his enemies respected WW2 German General Rommel—his daring resulted in tactical success. Still, in the long run, he did not pay enough attention to logistics, and in the end, his forces were driven out of Africa.
4 Nov 2022
Cuban missile crisis, 60 years on: new papers reveal how close the world came to nuclear disaster
In 1962 during the Cold War, the USSR (Russia) attempted to place nuclear missiles in Cuba—the USA saw this as a direct threat to the USA.
13 Nov 2022
15 Coach-Recommended Tips To Be Seen As A Leader Among Leaders
Being promoted into a leadership position is one thing, but positioning yourself as a leader among more experienced peers can be more difficult than anticipated.
27 Oct 2022
Culture Values and Being a Good Human
This article argues that the leadership qualities that the RAAF requires are not only capable of producing influential leaders but can also produce 'good human beings'.
26 Oct 2022
Enter, the Contemporary Australian Warrant Officer
This article by two senior RAAF Warrant Officers—Ken Robertson and Tina Hill—puts forward a fascinating argument about the future role(s) of contemporary Warrant Officers.
1 Nov 2022
How Hitler’s Enablers Undid Democracy in Germany
In the period between WW1 and 2, the Nazis used "the politics of legality" to gain absolute power. German democracy was used to destroy democracy in Germany.
2 Nov 2022
The story of the B-52 Stratofortress Strategic Bomber that landed safely without its tail
In 1964 a B-52—the US's primary long-range bomber—landed safely after having its vertical fin ripped off by air turbulence.
27 Oct 2022
Acting Your Wage’ Is Detrimental To Long-Term Career Success
The idea behind ‘acting your wage’ is about setting boundaries and only doing what you are paid to do—however, if your organisation fails to offer the compensation you think you deserve, consider finding another job.