Chief of the General Staff (Slovakia)

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Chief of the General Staff
Náčelník Generálneho štábu
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Seal of the Slovak Armed Forces
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Incumbent
General Milan Maxim

since May 6, 2014
Ministry of Defence of Slovakia
Reports to The President
Minister of Defence
Seat Bratislava, Slovakia
Appointer The President
Term length
Renewable
Formation September 1, 1994
First holder Colonel General Jozef Tuchyňa

The Chief of the General Staff (Slovak: Náčelník Generálneho štábu) is the Chief of the General Staff of the Slovak Armed Forces. He is appointed by the President of Slovakia, who is the commander-in-chief. The current Chief of the General Staff is General Milan Maxim.

List of chiefs of the general staff

Chief of the General Staff Took office Left office Time in office
1
Jozef Tuchyňa
Tuchyňa, JozefColonel General Jozef Tuchyňa
(born 1941)
1 September 1994 19 August 1998 3 years, 352 days
2
Marián Mikluš
Mikluš, MariánMajor General Marián Mikluš
(born 1953)
[a]
19 August 1998 4 December 1998 107 days
3
Milan Cerovský
Cerovský, MilanGeneral Milan Cerovský
(born 1949)
4 December 1998 21 December 2004 6 years, 17 days
4
Ľubomír Bulík
Bulík, ĽubomírGeneral Ľubomír Bulík
(born 1957)
21 December 2004 15 December 2011 6 years, 359 days
5
Peter Vojtek
Vojtek, PeterLieutenant General Peter Vojtek
(born 1958)
15 December 2011 6 May 2014 2 years, 142 days
6
Milan Maxim
Maxim, MilanGeneral Milan Maxim
(born 1956)
6 May 2014 Incumbent 3 years, 258 days

Notes

  1. ^ Dismissed by the Minister of Defence Pavol Kanis.

See also

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