Brandon Daigle

Brandon Daigle

Air Force Military Fellow

Lt Col Brandon Daigle is an Air Force Military Fellow at the Fletcher School, Tufts University, Massachusetts. Throughout the past 24 years, he has held a variety of in-garrison and deployed leadership positions. He is a firm believer that service is a byproduct of relationships and the fundamental job of a leader is to bring out the value in every person within the organization while developing leaders for the future. He most recently served as the Commander of a Joint Unit at Ft Bragg, North Carolina. He holds a M.S. in Defense Analysis/Special Operations and Irregular Warfare, Naval Postgraduate School, where he led multiple wargames and published his thesis on the Strategic Utility of the Arctic in December, 2016 using Senturion modeling/simulations and focusing on negotiations and spatial bargaining theory. Additionally, he holds a M.S. in Organizational Leadership and Design from Amridge University and a B.S. in Religion from Southern Christian University.