Royal Military Academy Sandhurst

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The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst is commonly known just as 'Sandhurst'.

Staff

Various members of the Institute for Statecraft have been employed at Sandhurst, such as Stephen Dalziel and John Lough.


 

Job here

EventJobAppointedEnd
John LoughAcademic19891995

 

Alumni on Wikispooks

PersonBornDiedNationalitySummaryDescription
Saleyha AhsanSpook
Soldier
Journalist
Filmmaker
Doctor
A freelance reporter, film maker and A&E doctor with a Sandhurst background. She has traveled to conflict zones in North Africa and Asia and made films and news reports including Libya, Syria, Bosnia, Palestine, India, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. She appeared with "Dr Rola" in the controversial 2013 video shown on the BBC's Panorama news programme calling for humanitarian bombings of Syria.
Crispin Blunt15 July 1960UKPoliticianSandhurst, Le Cercle, MP, Chair of the Foreign Affairs Select Committee
Derek BoormanSpook
Soldier
John Browne17 October 1938UKSoldier
Politician
Banker
Businessperson
Peter Carrington6 June 19199 July 2018UKPolitician
Deep politician
UK Deep politician. Bilderberg chairman. President of the Pilgrims Society. Secretary General of NATO. Chairman of the UK Conservative Party. Busy guy.
Nick Carter11 February 1959UKSoldier
Propagandist
Senior UK soldier concerned about Russian use of "Fake News".
Winston Churchill30 November 187424 January 1965Author
Soldier
Journalist
Politician
Historian
Artist
Dodi Fayed15 April 195531 August 1997Egypt
Finland
UK
Producer
Glen GrantWalesSoldier
Athlete
Businessperson
37 year military career. Institute for Statecraft senior fellow. "His key work in the last twenty years has been delivering reform and change for defence and security organisations in Europe."
Stephen Hastings4 May 192110 January 2005UKSpook
Politician
James Le Mesurier25 May 197111 November 2019Spook
Soldier
A UK spook involved in various NATO interventions, including sin Syria where he started the White Helmets and the Mayday Rescue Foundation. He was found dead in Istanbul in November 2019, which was labelled a suicide, in spite of the evidence.
Oswald Mosley16 November 18963 December 1980UKPolitician
Archibald Maule Ramsay4 May 189411 March 1955Soldier
Politician
Iain Duncan Smith9 April 1954UK
Tim Spicer12 October 1952UKSoldier
Arms Dealer
Founder of Sandline International and former CEO of Aegis Defence Services.
Geoffrey TantumNovember 1940UKDiplomat
Soldier
Deep politician
Businessperson
Sandhurst, MI6, Former(?) secretary of Le Cercle
Ben Wallace15 May 1970UKSoldier
Politician
Businessperson


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