The Russell Offices, also referred to as Russell or RO, is a complex of office buildings located in Russell a suburb of Canberra, constituting the seat of the Australian Department of Defence and part of the administrative headquarters of the Australian Defence Force.
35° 17′ 51″ S, 149° 09′ 06″ E Les Russell Offices vus du mont Pleasant. Les Russell Offices sont un ensemble de bâtiments à office de bureaux situés dans le quartier de Russell à Canberra en Australie. Avec Campbell Park, ce complexe abrite le ministère australien de la défense et le siège administratif des Forces de défense australienne.
The Russell Senate Office Building is the oldest of the United States Senate office buildings. Designed in the Beaux-Arts architectural style, it was built from 1903 to 1908 and opened in 1909. It was named for former Senator Richard Russell Jr. from Georgia in 1972. 
Russell Investments is an investment firm headquartered in Seattle, Washington . Contents 1 Corporate overview 2 History 2.1 Leadership 3 See also 4 References Corporate overview According to American Banker, Russell Investments has approximately $300 billion of assets under management, as of September 2019.
For the building in the District of Columbia, see Russell Senate Office Building. The Russell Offices is a complex of office buildings located in the Canberra suburb of Russell.  Parking in the precinct  is controlled by the National Capital Authority. 
Robert Lee Russell (1900–1955) was a lawyer and served as a Judge on the U.S. District Court, and later as a Judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals. Richard Russell, Jr.'s nephew, Walter B. Russell Jr., served fifteen years in the U.S. Army followed by six years in the Georgia House of Representatives. Russell family in-laws: