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Colonel Bob Stewart is a Former British UN Commander. Author, Presenter, MP and Keynote Speaker.

Colonel Bob Stewart was the first British United Nations Commander in Bosnia.  He also experienced policy making at the highest military levels during three years as Military Assistant to NATO's Senior Military Officer in Brussels and a further two years as Chief of Policy at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers in Europe.

After two years training at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, Bob Stewart was commissioned as an infantry officer within The Cheshire Regiment. Four years later he attended the School of International Politics at the University of Wales where he obtained a First Class Degree in International Politics and Strategy.  

Since 2001, Colonel Bob Stewart has become a frequent commentator on television and radio, and is in great demand as a keynote speaker focussing on topics such as Leadership, Strategy, Teamwork, Motivation, Planning and Operating Under Pressure.

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Colonel Bob Stewart is a Former British UN Commander. Author, Presenter, MP and Keynote Speaker.

Colonel Bob Stewart was the first British United Nations Commander in Bosnia.  He also experienced policy making at the highest military levels during three years as Military Assistant to NATO’s Senior Military Officer in Brussels and a further two years as Chief of Policy at Supreme Headquarters Allied Powers in Europe.

After two years training at the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, Bob Stewart was commissioned as an infantry officer within The Cheshire Regiment. Four years later he attended the School of International Politics at the University of Wales where he obtained a First Class Degree in International Politics and Strategy.  

Returning to full-time Army service in 1977, Bob Stewart first became an intelligence officer in Northern Ireland before being sent back to Sandhurst as an instructor for two years.  Thereafter, he attended the Army Staff College at Camberley for fifteen months, before once again returning to Northern Ireland, this time as an infantry company commander.  
  
Over the next seven years he carried out a series of appointments.  Colonel Bob Stewart served in Military Operations within the Ministry of Defence, attended the Joint Services Staff College and was Second in Command of his Battalion. He later became Military Assistant (Lieutenant Colonel) to the Chairman of NATO’s Military Committee in Brussels and was responsible for drafting the first speech made by a NATO officer within the Soviet Ministry of Defence in Moscow.  

In March 1991 he assumed command of 1st Battalion the Cheshire Regiment.  He carried out 2 operational tours: to Northern Ireland, and as the first British Commander under United Nations command in Bosnia from September 1992 to May 1993.  On return from Bosnia he was awarded the Distinguished Service Order for gallantry and leadership.  

Promoted to Colonel, he then took up the appointment of Chief of Policy at NATO’s major military headquarters at Mons in Belgium.  In late 1993 he published his first book on leading British soldiers in the Balkans, entitled Broken Lives.

Colonel Bob Stewart has become a frequent commentator on television and radio, and is in great demand as a keynote speaker focussing on topics such as Leadership, Strategy, Teamwork, Motivation, Planning and Operating Under Pressure.   

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