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Personal profile

Gen. Andor Šándor (retired), security consultant in private sector

Work Experience


2003 – at present    Security consultant


2001 – 2002            Chief of Defence Intelligence (Czech Republic)                                  in the rank of general


1997 – 2001            Chief of military diplomacy and foreign                                            relations branch at Defence Intelligence     


1995 – 1997            Chief of foreign relations department (Czech                                    Republic)


1991 – 1995            Deputy Defence Attaché - Military Attaché at                                    the Czech Embassy in London


1986 – 1991            Staff positions at the General Staff in Prague


1980 – 1984            Command and staff positions in the Army (20.                                  motor rifle division)





NATO Defence College in Rome (1999 - 2000)


Senior International Defense Management Course for the top representatives of Ministry of defence in California, USA (1997)


Language School – State Exam at General level, Prague (1990)


Language School – State Exam at first level, Prague (1989)


Postgraduate studies, specialisation in command, staff and intelligence, Prague (1984 – 1986)


Military University of Ludvík Svoboda, Vyškov, command specialisation (1976 –1980), Ing. title


Military grammar school of Jan Žižka z Trocnova at Moravská Třebová (1972 – 1976)


Professional competence


Running a big organization

Responsibility for building up and executing a big budget

Working in international organizations

Rich experience in working abroad

Work in interdepartmental crisis staff

Ability to analyze international security problems

Running crisis management

Experience in state administration

Elaboration of security studies on national critical infrastructure objects

Analyses of crisis management of national critical infrastructure objects

Evaluation of military and security situation in the world with a focus on crisis areas and military conflicts