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Winning the Narrative – An Army Officers’ Perspective

Winning the Narrative – An Army Officers’ Perspective
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I am pleased to report that since leaving the British Army’s Intermediate Command and Staff Course (Land) (ICSC(L) – the 8 month residential course taken by all newly promoted Majors) I have started to look at the world differently.  Perhaps the lectures in the Churchill and Tedder theatres paid off!?!  I realised this the other evening, whilst pottering about in my room, Radio 4 was broadcasting a programme, the subject of recruitment in the British Army.  The programme covered familiar ground explaining how recruitment was an issue for the Army as a perfect storm of high employment, perceived lack of adventure since the cessation of Op TELIC and HERRICK, all compounded by issues with the Capita contract… The full article can be found here

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