Ministerial Commissioner for Defence Innovation from 1 November 2022. He was the first Hungarian soldier to complete a one-year course at Sandhurst Academy in 1994, one of the best military training academies in the world. He also wrote a book about his experiences, titled Serve to Lead. He has worked in the Pentagon, served in Iraq and has been to Afghanistan. He has also worked at the MCC and is Vice Chairman of the NATO DIANA Innovation Agency Board. This makes him one of the most influential Hungarian military officers in NATO.
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