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Andrew Graham (British Army officer)

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Years of service  1975 - Present
Battles and wars  Iraq War
Battles/wars  Iraq War
Service/branch  British Army

Name  Andrew Graham
Allegiance  United Kingdom
Role  British Army officer
Rank  Lieutenant-general
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Commands held  Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders 3rd Infantry Brigade
Education  Eton College, Trinity College, Cambridge
Awards  Order of the Bath, Order of the British Empire

Lieutenant General Andrew John Noble Graham CB CBE (born 21 October 1956) is the Colonel of the Royal Regiment of Scotland and was Director General of the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom.

Military career

Born the son of Sir John Graham and educated at Eton College and Trinity College, Cambridge, Graham was commissioned into the Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders (Princess Louise’s) in 1975. He was appointed Commanding Officer of his Regiment in 1995 and Commander of 3rd Infantry Brigade in 1999. He went on to be Director Army Resources and Plans in 2001, Deputy Commanding General Multi-National Corps – Iraq in early 2004 and Director General Army Training & Recruiting Agency later in 2004. He became the Royal Regiment of Scotland's first Colonel from 31 March 2007 as well as Director General of the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom from 2008.

He unsuccessfully stood for the Conservative Party in the England and Wales police and crime commissioner elections, 2016 in Dorset.


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