Introduction Infantry is a military specialisation that engages in military combat on foot, distinguished from cavalry, artillery, and armoured forces. Also known as foot soldiers or infantrymen, infantry traditionally relies on moving by foot between combat(s) – but may also use mounts, military vehicles, or other transport. Infantry make up a large portion of all… Read More
“No man is a leader until his appointment is ratiﬁed in the minds and hearts of his men.” Infantryman’s Journal (1954); Excerpt From: John C. Maxwell – “The 5 Levels of Leadership”.
“Platoon Leader: ‘As a green second lieutenant, I got the impression somewhere that the rough, tough individuals (usually the troublemakers in the company) would necessarily be hot shots in combat … A lot of eight balls were tolerated for that reason … and the truth of the matter is … your best soldiers in garrison… Read More
“The heart of the matter is to relate the man to his fellow soldier as he will find him on the field of battle, to condition him to human nature as he will learn to depend on it when the ground offers him no comfort and weapons fail. Only when the human, rather than the… Read More
The major elements of terms of service policy have been put into one publication. Soldier Terms of Service has information on engagements, promotion, assignments, transfers and career opportunities. It is available now on Defence Connect. Reference Soldier. (2020) Terms Made Simple. Soldier: Magazine of the British Army. August 2020, pp.14.
Research Paper Title Longitudinal associations of psychological resilience with mental health and functioning among military personnel: A meta-analysis of prospective studies. Background Military personnel are exposed to severe stressors across different stages of their career that may have a negative impact on mental health and functioning. It is often suggested that psychological resilience plays an… Read More
Research Paper Title Stressful Life Changes and Their Relationship to Nutrition-Related Health Outcomes Among US Army Soldiers. Background Stressful life changes may tax people’s adaptive capacity. The researchers sought to determine if and when experiences of stressful life changes were associated with increased odds of adverse nutrition-related health outcomes among US Army soldiers relative to… Read More