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About Brigadier David Granger
David A. Granger (born 15 July 1945 in Georgetown, Guyana) is a former Commander of the Guyana Defence Force. He founded the Guyana Review newsmagazine in 1992, and remains its Managing Editor. He has researched and published on military, historical and media themes; and is also the author of Guyana’s state media: the quest for control, and A Preliminary Study of Women Soldiers in the Anglophone Caribbean.
Joined the Guyana Defense Force in 1965. Trained in Britain, then Brazil, then Nigeria. Eventually became commander of the Guyana Defense Force in 1979. Promoted to rank of brigadier. Appointed National Security Advisor to the President in 1990. Retired from the military service in 1992. In 2011, he was selected as the presidential candidate for APNU (A Partnership for National Unity) -a coalition of Guyana’s opposition political parties to head ticket in the general elections.
First degree at the University of Guyana in History and Master’s degree in political science. International relations at the University of the West Indies and was a Hubert Humphrey Fellow at the University of Maryland and also attended what is now called the Caribbean Defense and Security Course at the Center for Hemispheric Defense Studies in Washington, DC.