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ADIESA Member and VIP Drinks

  • 7 Feb 2023
  • 5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Boathouse by the Lake

Guest Speaker - Brigadier Warren Gould 

Brigadier Warren Gould hails from the Northern Rivers of New South Wales and joined the Australian Army in 1988. His regimental postings within the Royal Australian Corps of Signals have included Signal Squadrons and Regiments supporting Headquarters 1st Division, 1st Brigade and 3rd Brigade. Highlights were Commanding Officer 3rd Combat Signal Regiment during 2009-10 and Commanding Officer of the OP SLIPPER Force Communications Unit in 2009.

Brigadier Gould has deployed on four operations, twice in command positions. They were Multinational Force and Observers - Sinai in 1995, International Force East Timor in 1999, OP SUMATRA ASSIST in 2005 as Officer Commanding of the Force Communications Unit and OP SLIPPER in 2009 as Commanding Officer of the Force Communications Unit.

Promoted to Brigadier in January 2019, he has since fulfilled both Joint and Land Program Sponsor roles. During 2019-2020 he was Director General Joint Command, Control, Communications and Computers (C4) within Joint Capabilities Group. Since January 2021, he has been Director General Systems and Integration in Army Headquarters. In this role he has a wide range of responsibilities, including: Program Sponsor for the Land Intelligence Surveillance Reconnaissance and Electronic Warfare (ISREW) Program, Combat Support Program and Land C4 Program. In addition he is responsible for the Army Minors Program, Land Network Integration Centre and Army ICT Business Development; and is the Army’s Cyber Authority and Land Integration Authority.

Tickets

ADIESA members - 2 complimentary tickets. 
Members can purchase additional tickets - $150 per person

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