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Sir George Zambellas

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Employment History

  • Head
    Royal Navy
  • Admiral
    Royal Navy
  • Fleet Commander
    Royal Navy
  • Chief
    Naval Staff
199 Total References
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First Sea Lord Admiral Sir George ..., 21 Feb 2015 [cached]
First Sea Lord Admiral Sir George Zambellas said: "Having enhanced the Royal Navy's authority in and around the Caribbean over the past six months, her ship's company have really earned their leave and can reflect on a job well done."
Admiral Sir George ..., 24 Nov 2014 [cached]
Admiral Sir George Zambellas
Admiral Sir George Zambellas, KCB. DSC. ADC, DL, First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff of the Royal Navy addressing guests
The Guest of Honour, Admiral Sir George Zambellas, KCB. DSC. ADC, DL, First Sea Lord and Chief of the Naval Staff of the Royal Navy spoke of the many battles Sikh soldiers have fought shoulder to shoulder with the British armed forces and paid supreme sacrifices for our freedom. In recognition of the valour and contribution of the Sikhs, two Second World War destroyers had been named HMS Sikh and HMS Punjabi. He added that the Royal Navy is made up of 26 different religious groups who take up arms to defend and not to conquer, helping maritime trade flow more smoothly and had to helped Britain make a trade led recovery out of recession.
Baroness Sandip Verma of Leicester, Minister at the Department of Energy and Climate Change, said that she was proud to follow a faith that looked upon men and women equally in this world. She spoke about the teachings of the first Sikh Guru, Guru Nanak Dev ji, whose his message of sharing accumulated wealth with those who are less fortunate than us lives on today in the Gurudwara Langars (common kitchens), which are free to all people of all backgrounds and are run by volunteers.
One new aircraft ordered as JSF handed over to UK - Defence Viewpoints from UK Defence Forum, 4 Jan 2015 [cached]
Royal Navy Fleet Commander, Admiral Sir George Zambellas, said:"Jets at sea offer unmatched persistence and can guarantee the delivery of airpower around the globe.
Admiral Sir George ..., 1 July 2014 [cached]
Admiral Sir George Zambellas, head of the Royal Navy, called for four boats, which would delivery "100% availability".
Delivering a keynote speech at the Rusi (Royal United Services Institutes) International Sea Power Conference 2014, Admiral Zambellas, who is First Sea Lord and chief of the naval staff, said Britain needs two aircraft carriers, not one, if it is to provide a credible answer to the global threat to maritime security.
He said having two carriers ensuring continuous availability was "a modest extra premium to pay" for an "effective, credible, available, insurance policy", and added: " In my book, that same principle of insurance applies to the UK's nuclear deterrent.
George Zambellas was educated ... [cached]
George Zambellas was educated in Zimbabwe, and at Stowe and Southampton University, graduating in Aeronautical and Astronautical Engineering. He joined the Royal Navy in 1980 from the aerospace industry and qualified as a pilot in 1982. He flew three tours in different helicopter types, serving in carriers and frigates. After staff training in 1990, and a brief spell as a corporate planner, he commanded the mine hunter HMS Cattistock. In 1993, he was posted to Northwood as a Fleet aviation operations officer before promotion in 1995 and command of the frigate HMS Argyll.
During the 1997/98 Strategic Defence Review, he served in the MOD Centre Staff, helping to shape the maritime case within defence's tri-Service balance of investment. In 1999, as a Captain, he commanded HMS Chatham, which included Operation Palliser in Sierra Leone. In 2001 George Zambellas attended the Higher Command and Staff Course, and then became Deputy Flag Officer Sea Training, responsible for training Royal Navy and foreign warships and auxiliaries.
Between 2002 and 2004, as a Commodore, he was Principal Staff Officer to two Chiefs of the Defence Staff. In 2005 he commanded the Royal Navy's Amphibious Task Group, overseeing the introduction of two new amphibious classes of ships, and the Bowman radio and data system into amphibious operational use. He and his staff supported Operation Highbrow, the evacuation of civilians from the Lebanon, in July 2006.
In 2006, as a Rear Admiral, he was appointed as Chief of Staff (Transformation), leading the change programme to design and deliver the Fleet's new approach to the generation of maritime capability and support to operations. In 2007, he was Commander United Kingdom Maritime Force and, in October 2008, Chief of Staff (Operations) at the UK's Permanent Joint Headquarters at Northwood. On promotion to Vice Admiral In January 2011, he was appointed Deputy Commander-in-Chief Fleet, Chief of Staff to the Navy Command Headquarters, and the Chief Naval Warfare Officer.
On promotion to Admiral in January 2012, George Zambellas became Commander, Allied Maritime Command Northwood, in which role he also discharged Full Command responsibilities as the Royal Navy's Fleet Commander until November 2012. He was appointed KCB in 2012.
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