Lieutenant Colonel

Imre 

Baldy 

Joint Air Power Competence Centre (2018-2022)

Lieutenant Colonel Imre Baldy joined the Hungarian Defence Forces in 1988 and started his military education at ‘Szolnok’ Military Aviation College in Hungary. He received his first rank of 2nd Lieutenant as weapon operator/co-pilot in 1992. In 1997, he received his first appointment at the higher staff level when he joined the Hungarian Air Force Staff in Veszprém, where he gained experience in international relations and air force defence planning. In 2007, he moved to Székesfehérvár where the new Hungarian Joint Force Command was established. Among other responsibilities related to helicopter business, he was also tasked with air force short term planning. He has flown Mi24, Mi-8, and AS-350 helicopters. Starting July 2018 he became the JAPCC’s SME in Manned Air/Attack Helicopters.

Information provided is current as of July 2022

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