Major General László Sticz

pursued his secondary and higher education in military educational institutions and graduated from the Kossuth Lajos Military Academy in 1988 as a mechanized infantry officer. In his first position he commanded a mechanized infantry platoon. After serving as a company commander, he led a mechanized infantry battalion.

Brigadier General Lorenzo Dal Maso

was born in Bari, Italy on the 20th of May 1968. He attended the 169th course at the Italian Army Military Academy in Modena from 1987 to 1989. After being commissioned to 2nd Lieutenant, he completed his military education at the “Scuola di Applicazione” in Torino.

Brigadier General Herbert Sailer

graduated from the Austrian Military Academy of Wiener Neustadt in 1998 as an infantry officer. In his first positions, he had various commanding and staff officer positions at regimental level in the Guards Battalion in Vienna. During these assignments, he had also the possibility to familiarize with the increasingly emerging peace support operations in Austria at that time.

CSM Róbert Kovács

joined the Hungarian Defence Forces (HDF) in 1995, right after finishing his secondary education. His first position was squad leader at the HDF 32nd Ceremonial Battalion which provided him with a robust foundation for his further assignments, a strong sense of military discipline, extensive knowledge of code of conduct and regulations and utmost respect for military traditions.