John Blaxland

Visting Defence Fellow, Queens University, Kingston, Ontario

LtCol John Blaxland is a serving Australian Army Officer assigned as a Visiting Defence Fellow at Queens University in Kingston, Ontario, Canada. He was the Intelligence Officer and principal staff officer responsible for Information Operations in Headquarters 3rd Brigade, 1998 - 99. He is a graduate of the Royal Thai Army Command and Staff College, has a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree in History from the University of New South Wales and a Master of Arts degree in History from the Australian National University.

His publications include ‘Consolidation and Reorganisation’ in David Horner (ed.) Duty First: The Royal Australian Regiment in War and Peace (1988); Organising an Army: The Australian Experience 1957 to 1965 (1989); and Swift and Sure: A History of the Royal Australian Corps of Signals 1947 –1972 (1999). He recently wrote ‘On Operations in East Timor – The Experiences of the Intelligence Officer, 3rd Brigade’, in Australian Army Journal, Issue 2000.

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