The "Chance Camp" at the HDF NCO Academy, Szentendre has started for the second time. The four-day training for Romani or disadvantaged young people was opened by Maj.-Gen. István Kun Szabó, Deputy State Secretary for Public Relations, Ministry of Defence.
Lt.-Gen. Frederick Ben Hodges, Commanding General, NATO Allied Land Command has paid a visit to Hungary.
“The Shoah has occupied its deserved place in our history, among our greatest historical tragedies. It belongs to us, being inseparable from us, and its shame, loss and grief are ours”, Minister of Defence Csaba Hende said during a wreath-laying ceremony held by Posthumous General Ferenc Koszorús’ memorial plaque in Dohány Street, Budapest on Friday, July 4.
Freedom is not possible without security, and so Hungary and Europe must beef up their defence budgets, Defence Minister Csaba Hende said at a reception at the US Embassy on the eve of Independence Day.
Brig.-Gen. Norvell V. Coots, Commander, United States Europe Regional Medical Command (ERMC) paid a professional visit to the HDF Medical Centre on June 27.
“The role of information, and so the attachés’ work, always become more valuable in times of international crises”, Minister of Defence Csaba Hende said at the annual conference of defence, military and air attachés in Budapest on June 30.
"The opening and re-occupancy of the Ludovika main building by the National University of Public Service has meant that the government of Hungary is committed to quality”, Minister of Defence Csaba Hende said on Tuesday, June 24 at a ceremony where the main building of the National University of Public Service Ludovika Campus was declared a historical memorial site and a memorial column was unveiled as its symbol.
“Cooperation and the sharing of experiences and methods have outstanding importance in the development of military medicine too”, Minister of Defence Csaba Hende said at the official opening of the “Force Health Protection NATO Conference 2014” in Budapest on Tuesday.
"Hungary has been contributing troops to NATO-led operations in Afghanistan for ten years now. The 90 Hungarian soldiers who have just returned home have fulfilled this commitment on the highest professional level in Afghanistan, meeting international standards", Tamás Vargha said in Budapest on Wednesday, June 18.