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Australia's Defence Strategy Framework

18 May, 2017 -- Seminars
Speaker: Brigadier Michael Mahy
Venue: Ngunnawal Theatre, R1
Time: 1000 - 1130

In this Air Power Seminar, the Director General Military Strategy, Brigadier Michael Mahy, will discuss the operation of the newly released Strategy Framework. The Strategy Framework ensures Defence remains a strategy-led department. It does this by strengthening the links between strategy, capability and resources, while appreciating strategic risk. The discussion will focus on the seminal documents supporting Defence's implementation of strategy including the Defence Planning Guidance and Australia's Military Strategy.

Brigadier Michael Mahy

An Infantry Officer and a graduate of the Royal Military College of Australia, Duntroon, Brigadier Michael Mahy has served in Defence since 1985. His operational service spans East Timor, Iraq and Afghanistan in staff and command appointments. This includes as the Commanding Officer 2 RAR in Iraq in 2006, leading Al Muthanna Task Group Three and Overwatch Battle Group (West) as part of 20 Armoured Brigade (UK), and also national command of the Australian Defence Force elements deployed in Afghanistan during 2013-14.
Brigadier Mahy has considerable experience as a strategist, planner and policy officer which includes secondment to industry and senior executive appointments in joint, operational, international, and departmental roles. He is currently the Director General Military Strategy in Strategic Policy and Intelligence Group, Department of Defence, and leads the development of key Defence planning and policy documents including the Strategy Framework, Australia’s Military Strategy, Quarterly and Annual Strategic Reviews, and Australia’s Capability Context Scenarios. He also provides policy guidance to capability development across the Defence Integrated Investment Program and leads strategic policy development on cyber, space, integrated air and missile defence, and undersea warfare capability.
He is a graduate of the Australian Army Command and Staff College and the US Army War College. He holds a Bachelor degree (New England) and Master degrees in Defence Studies (Canberra), Public and International Law (Melbourne Law School, University of Melbourne), and Strategic Studies (Carlisle).

The briefing will commence promptly at 1000 hours 

To register your attendance please email: airpower@defence.gov.au

Contact Info: For further information and to register your attendance, please contact: Air Power Development Centre E-mail: airpower@defence.gov.au


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