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Warwick Miller


Lieutenant Colonel Warwick Miller is a Parachute Rigger Officer who has served in a variety of positions within Army and in the Joint environment. He has deployed on Operations both within Australia and overseas.

He attended US Army Command and Staff College in 2012, finishing on the Dean’s List with a Military Masters in Art and Science with his thesis focusing on identifying trends in domestic terrorism.  He has fulfilled Command appointments in both Special Operations Command and Forces Command, and most recently was the Commanding Officer of the Army School of Ordnance.

His key areas of interest are innovation, military and industry cooperation, training and education and ‘home grown’ terrorism. He is currently the Staff Officer Grade One, Strategic Engagement within Future Land Warfare Branch.



Warwick Miller

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