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.