Portrait

Biography

Daniel Lee

LTCOL Daniel Lee has served in the Australian Army since 1999 initially as a rifleman in the Army Reserve, and then in the ARA in the Royal Australian Signals Corps from 2005. He has deployed to East Timor, Afghanistan and the Middle East Region and has held command roles as a Signals Troop Commander and as Squadron Commander of 105 Signals Squadron. His most recently Army Headquarters posting has been in Capability Development.
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy from the University of Queensland and a Masters Degrees in Strategy, Security and Defence Studies from UNSW and ANU.

The views expressed in this article are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect the position of the Australian Army, the Department of Defence or the Australian Government.


War Room

How do we suitably acquire C4 systems to meet the challenges of modern warfare?

Given how quickly technology evolves, is the capability life cycle and procurement processes appropriate to meet the C4 needs of the ADF?

By Daniel Lee

War Room

Accelerated Command – decision superiority for the land force in 2035 and beyond

For your Friday 'long read' Daniel Lee gives us an in-depth look at what the future Battlefield Command System for 2035 may look like.

By Daniel Lee

Contemporary Operating Environment

SwarmNet – Heterogeneous Autonomous Multi-Domain Swarms for Network Resilience

Will the Army of the near future need to deal with swarming drones? Daniel Lee thinks we should be prepared for these types of threats.

By Daniel Lee