The nature of war may never change but the character of warfare is set to change dramatically in the next few years. Geopolitics, non-state players, technology and cyber and urbanisations are some of the many drivers changing both how and where wars will be fought. We’re leaving the Information Age and embracing the autonomous age with all its capabilities it does, at the same time, create dependencies and vulnerabilities, and any enemy will seek to negate these. When once the colour of buttons on the tunic were revolutionary, today …..
The treatment of soldiers wounded in battle has changed dramatically in recent history; the struggle to evacuate the injured from the mud of the First World War battlefields through forward dressing stations and into the evacuation chain via road or rail transport, has been superceded by evacuation from close to the point of wounding by specially equipped and manned helicopters that provide swift transfer to fully equipped field hospitals.
The Hundred Days Offensive was the final period of the First World War, during which the Allies launched a series of offensives on the Western Front between August and November 1918; it began with the Battle of Amiens, an attack by 10 Allied divisions with more than 500 tanks that achieved surprise and broke through the German lines…..
The Memorial Chair Our first mission was completed in 2015, this was the installation of a Memorial Chair which was installed in the former barracks […]
Make sure you ”Return to Memorial at Peninsula” when offered by PayPal for more readings Mr Hugh Willing say`s in the Ezine ” We should […]
Hugh Willing (Said in Sept 2013) “We encourage you all to support their initiative“ The above statement was said by Hugh Willing during our first […]
Every Green Jacket I know holds this city in high esteem, our second home. We were all so young, yet this city is the one we remember best…