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Members of D Company, 39th Battalion, returning to their base camp after a battle at Isurava on the Kokoda track in Papua New Guinea. (L to R:) Warrant Officer 2 R. Marsh, Private (Pte) George Palmer, Pte J. Manol, Pte J. Tonkins, Pte A. Forrester and Gallipoli veteran Staff Sergeant J. Long. Photo: AAP/Australian War Memorial, Damien Parer

Kokoda, leadership and "inspired disobedience"

Australia is stuck in a Sargasso Sea of inept political and business leadership. As an antidote, writes Malcolm King, let’s follow the example of the men who fought on the Kokoda Track, and against all odds, stopped the Japanese advance less than 50km from Port Moresby.