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Gen. (Ret.) Lajos Fodor
Hungary

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Secretary of State, Ministry of Defence
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Education
1995-1996 National Defense University, United States of America.
1994 he attended an intensive language course (10 months) at the Defense Language Institute, San Antonio (TX), United States of America.
1975-1979 he studied at the Faculty of Joint Force Studies, Frunze Military College, Moscow, Russia.
1970 he graduated as mechanized infantry officer at the Kossuth Lajos Military Academy, Szentendre, Hungary.

Military career
1 August 1999-27 February 2003 Commander of the Hungarian Defense Forces and Chief of the General Staff.
15 February-31 July 1999 Undersecretary for Defense Policy, Ministry of Defense.
1996 – 1999 Vice Chief of the General Staff.
1993 – 1995 Chief of Military Intelligence, Republic of Hungary (also Deputy Chief of the General Staff).
1991 – 1993 Deputy Commander of the Fifth Army, and Deputy Commander of the Army, Hungarian Defense Forces, Székesfehérvár.
Training Branch, Hungarian People’s Army, in Budapest:
    1989 – 1990 Deputy Chief of the Mechanized Infantry and Tank Units.
    1990 – 1991 Chief of the Mechanized Infantry and Tank Units.
26th Mechanized Infantry Regiment, Lenti:
    1985 – 1987 Commander of the Regiment.
    1987 – 1989 Brigade Commander.
63rd Mechanized Infantry Regiment, Hungarian People’s Army, Nagyatád:
    1973 – 1975 Battalion Commander.
    1979 – 1981 Chief of Staff of the Regiment.
    1981 – 1983 Deputy Commander.
    1983 – 1985 Commander of the Regiment.
14th Mechanized Infantry Regiment, Hungarian People’s Army, Nagykanizsa:
    1970 – 1971 Platoon Leader.
    1971 – 1972 Company Commander.
    1972 – 1973 Operational Officer.

Diplomacy
2003 – 2007 Extraordinary and plenipotentiary Ambassador of the Republic of Hungary in Australia and New Zealand.

Personal particulars
He was born on 29 July 1947, in Debrecen.
He is married, has a son and a daughter.

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