Royal United Services Institute of Australia


United Services Institute of the Australian Capital Territory

Our Next Event

Thursday 28 November: Christmas Drinks

The Council is pleased to announce the Institute's Annual Christmas Drinks, to be held at the Officers Mess of the Royal Military College, Duntroon, from 1700-1900 hours on Thursday 28 November 2019.

This event provides an opportunity for members and guests to network in a relaxed social setting while marking the close of a successful 2019 program and looking forward to an exciting 2020.

Tickets are once again just $10 per head.  This price includes snacks and drinks.

Registration is now open here.

Members and guests are advised that parking at the Mess is limited.   You may wish to park in the retail precinct and enjoy the short walk through the Duntroon gardens.  

Do come along and mark the end of another great USI year!

The USI of the ACT speaker program is proudly sponsored by PwC

          

Our Last Event

Tuesday 12 November: 2019 ACT Blamey Oration

Our 2019 ACT Blamey Orator was former Chief of Defence of the Netherlands, General Peter Van Uhm AO, whose topic was In a faster changing world, we need the right leadership. GEN Van Uhm provided clear examples of the speed at which contemporary events are moving and suggested key leadership traits that are needed to enable governments and defence forces to survive and thrive. We will upload the video of the Oration once editing is completed.

USI of the ACT photos of the event are available here; to download, use the code 6716.  City News social snaps can be found here.

The 2019 ACT Blamey Oration was proudly sponsored by L3Harris, PwC, the Department of Home Affairs and the Department of Defence.

                



President's Message

Air Vice Marshal Bill Henman AM (Retd)

I'm delighted to have been chosen as your new President and pleased to have the opportunity to get more involved in the USI of the ACT.

USI has made great strides in recent years and it will be important that we continue to build on that terrific work. We might do things a little differently, but we will continue to emphasise the benchmarks of presenting a compelling program, delivering value for stakeholders, and modelling best-practice governance. One thing is for certain: if we sit still, we'll die.

I'm very much looking forward to meeting members and working with you to take USI forward.


About the USI of the ACT

The United Services Institute of the Australian Capital Territory (USI of the ACT) is an independent, not-for-profit, incorporated association, part of a wider network of similar state and territory organisations operating under the umbrella of the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies - Australia. Our aim is to promote understanding of national security and defence issues. Membership is open to all who have an interest in national security and defence. We host a program of guest speaker presentations, usually once each month, and offer an annual bursary to an ACT-based doctoral scholar.  

Our Patron is Major General the Honourable Michael Jeffery AC, AO (Mil), CVO, MC (Retd).  You can read his biography here.

Our next speaker can be found at "What's On", and a record of previous presentations can be found under "Transcripts" and Past Events.


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Membership can be made through the website. Please click on the side up button opposite.

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Contact details:
USI of the ACT is located in Canberra. For further information please contact:

Secretary USI of the ACT Inc.
CP3-1-157 Campbell Park Office

Email: support@rusi.org.au

Mail address: 
Australia Post Mail to:
CP3-1-157 PO Box 7912 CANBERRA BC ACT 2610

Membership and Treasurer enquiries:

Tel: 0410 496 721

Email: TreasurerUSIACT@gmail.com 

ABN: 69 739 962 119


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L3 generously supports the ACT Blamey Oration. L3 develops advanced defence technologies and commercial solutions in pilot training, aviation security, night vision and EO/IR.

Home Affairs generously supports the Blamey Oration.


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