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2021 Address Programme
As the COVID-19 restrictions start to ease, we are re-starting our Monthly series of addresses. Due to the possibility of presenters being caught out by border closures, we have been restricted somewhat in inviting presenters.
The next speaker is in April and the details are below. When we obtain confirmed speakers, they will be listed here.
TUESDAY 27th APRIL 2021
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Major General Andrew Bottrell CSC* DCM
TOPIC Land Domain Projects and how they are shaped by the 2020 Force Structure Plan
Andrew Bottrell graduated from the Royal Military College in 1987 to the Royal Australian Corps of Transport. He has held numerous appointments in Land/Forces Command, Training Command, and Joint Logistics Command, as well as senior staff appointments in both Strategic Operations Division and Army Headquarters.
He also served on exchange at the US Army Training and Doctrine Command in 2003-04, and most recently completed an industry secondment to several multinational corporations in the UK and US throughout 2017-18. Major General Bottrell’s operational service includes tours to the Antarctic (1989/90 & 1990/91), East Timor (1999 and 2006), Iraq (2007) and Afghanistan (2013). Major General Bottrell holds graduate and post graduate qualifications from RMIT, Deakin University, Canberra University, and most recently was a graduate of the Harvard Business School Advanced Management Program.
He was awarded the Conspicuous Service Cross in 2003 for his work at Strategic Operations Division and a Bar to the Conspicuous Service Cross in the 2007 for his role as the Logistics Component Commander on Operation ASTUTE. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Medal for his role in coordinating the redeployment of Australian forces from Afghanistan in 2013.
In December 2018, Major General Bottrell assumed the role of Head Land Systems Division, within the Capability Acquisition and Sustainment Group.
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