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David M. Hurley

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Defence SA

HQ Phone:  +61 3 9282 4739

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Defence SA

256-310 St Kilda Road

Southbank, Victoria,3006

Australia

Company Description

Defence to develop a long term option for establishing an additional east coast fleet base for the LHDs and/or Future Submarine, noting that Brisbane is: a. well provided with industry capacity for maintenance, repair and sustainment; b. closer to mounting...more

Background Information

Employment History

Community Development Manager

Joomla


Journalist

The Herald-Sun


Owner

Blue Technology Services, LLC


Journalist

Bournemouth News and Picture Service


Journalist

Leader Community Newspapers


Photographer

Black Square Photography


Digital Producer

News Australia


Affiliations

WebSpark Inc

Co-Founder


mautic

Founder


PLT

Member


Community Manager of the Day

Founder


Darulfatwa Australia

Vice Chairman


Allyde Inc

Co-Founder and Chief Technology Officer


Bug Squad

Member


2nd Battalion

Member


The Royal Australian Regiment

Member


4th Battalion

Member


Melbourne Ports

Member


Indonesian Australia Alumni Association

Founder


Education

Royal Military College


the United States Army War College


Bachelor of Arts

Defence Studies


DC


bachelor degree

Islamic studies

Al-Azhar Ash-Sharif , Egypt


Web References(198 Total References)


Minister for Defence - Opening Remarks - Arria Formula Meeting Hosted by Australia and Guatemala on Implementing the UN Security Council's women, peace & security agenda, 17 May 2013 : Asia Pacific Security Magazine

www.asiapacificsecuritymagazine.com [cached]

In March last year, the Chief of the Defence Force, General David Hurley and I released the comprehensive Defence reform program which outlines how these reforms will be implemented: Pathway to Change: Evolving Defence Culture.


defence.gov.au

Lieutenant General David Hurley was appointed as Chief of the Capability Development Group on 22 December 2003.


www.defence.gov.au

Go to General Hurley's Facebook page
Biography Protrait: General David Hurley, AC, DSC General David Hurley, AC, DSC Chief of the Defence Force General David Hurley was born in Wollongong, NSW in 1953. He graduated from the Royal Military College, Duntroon in December 1975 into the Royal Australian Infantry Corps. General Hurley served in the Royal Australian Regiment and early in his career as the exchange officer with the 1st Battalion Irish Guards (British Army). Upon his return to Australia General Hurley served with the 5th/7th Battalion. In 1989 General Hurley served a posting as the Mechanised Infantry Adviser, Australian Army Project Team Malaysia. As a Lieutenant Colonel he assumed command of 1 RAR which he led during Operation SOLACE (Somalia) in 1993. Following his command appointment General Hurley attended the United States Army War College, returning to a posting as Military Secretary to the Chief of Army. He was promoted to Brigadier in January 1999 and assumed command of the 1st Brigade in Darwin, overseeing the Brigade's transition to a higher degree of operational readiness and its support to Australian led operations in East Timor. From 2001 - 2003 General Hurley served as the Director General Land Development, Head Capability Systems and Land Commander Australia. At the end of 2003 he was promoted to Lieutenant General in the role of Chief of Capability Development Group and in October 2007 was appointed Chief Joint Operations Command. General Hurley was appointed to the position of the Vice Chief of Defence Force in July 2008. He was promoted to General and assumed his current appointment as the Chief of the Defence on 04 July 2011. In 2010 General Hurley became a Companion of the Order of Australia for eminent service to the Australian Defence Force. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his service in Somalia during Operation SOLACE. General Hurley holds the academic qualifications of Bachelor of Arts and Graduate Diploma in Defence Studies. He is married to Linda and has three children.


www.defence.gov.au

General David Hurley, AC, DSC
Chief of the Defence Force


SRCC: Members' biographies

www.srcc.gov.au [cached]

David Hurley - Vice Chief of the Defence Force - Member representing the interests of members and former members of the Defence Force
Lieutenant General David Hurley graduated from the Royal Military College, Duntroon in December 1975 into the Royal Australian Infantry Corps. He has since served in a number of positions, including Adjutant, Sydney University Regiment; Regimental Adjutant, the Royal Australian Regiment; an exchange officer with the British Army; the SO2 (Non-Corps Postings) in the Office of the Military Secretary; Mechanised Infantry Adviser, Australian Army Project Team Malaysia; Senior Career Advisor (Armour, Artillery and Infantry); Chief of Staff Headquarters 1st Division; Director General Land Development; Head Capability Systems; Chief of Capability Development Group and Chief Joint Operations Command. He was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross for his service in Somalia. Lieutenant General Hurley has attended the United States Army War College, returning to a posting as Military Secretary to the Chief of Army. He was promoted to Lieutenant Colonel in 1990, Colonel in 1994, Brigadier in 1999, Major General in 2001 and Lieutenant General in 2003. He is currently serving as Vice Chief of the Defence Force and was appointed to the Safety, Rehabilitation and Compensation Commission in August 2008.


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