Basically gets rid of the force cycle introduced under Beersheba. Intent seems to be that all units will be of a minimum/nominal degree of 'readiness' with some units being better prepared as necessary. More flexible so contingencies don't throw everything into chaos.A small article in the Army Newspaper re the future of Force generation.
"Read, Readying and reset are a thing of the past"
Looks like a very significant restructure that throws Plan Beersheba / Keogh out the door, but it's in Army speak so I need and interpreter.
Can anyone assist?
How does this fit with some of the future Army structures mentioned in previous posts.
Welcome any feedback
Less of a restructure and more of a reorg. IIRC the force cycle was already falling away even prior to COVID and the bushfires - I recall some Taji deployments being based around units not in the ready brigade.
What is interesting is the brief dot point "some units will be dedicated to supporting modernisation activities," with another noting that every platform in army will be replaced or upgraded in the next 10 years.
Accelerated Warfare and Army in Motion, I suppose...