O.S.M.T.J.

BELGIUM

DE GROOT PRIORIJ VAN BELGIË

THE GRAND PRIORY OF BELGIUM

Ordre Souverain et Militaire du Temple de Jérusalem

Soevereine en Militaire Orde van de Tempel van Jeruzalem

 

INTERNATIONAL BOARD OF OFFICERS

SUPREME GRAND MAGISTERIAL COUNSIL

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THE REGENT OF THE ORDER 

H.E. Mgr. / Prof. Dr. Nicolas HAIMOVICI HASTIER
REGENT
O.S.M.T.J. INTERNATIONAL
GUARDIAN OF THE TEMPLAR FAITH

GRAND CROSS OFFICER / GRAND COLLAR
SOVEREIGN GRAND INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE TEMPLE – °33”.

 

 

Z.E. , Mgr. / Prof. Dr. Nicolas HAIMOVICI HASTIER heeft het hoogste Internationale gezag over, en heeft de Internationale Leiding over De Orde. Hij bekleed het hoogste Internationale Ambt en is de Regent.

Hij is  tevens Masonic Templar en bezit de 33e Graad “SOVEREIGN GRAND INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE TEMPLE – °33”.

Hij was GRAND COMMANDER van De Orde tot hij in 1994 werd aangesteld door Groot Senechal LAMIRAND tot “Regent” & “Beschermer van het Geloof”.

Net zoals iedere Groot Kruis Officier / Grand Collar Officer is hij gekozen en aangesTeld voor het leven.

Dr. Nicolas Haimovici HASTIER is een genaturaliseerde Franse staatsburger, getrouwd met een Duitser, en woonachtig te Nice, Frankrijk (aan de Franse Rivièra) en te Sanremo in Italië.

Prof. Dr. Nicolas Haimovici Hastier is een vooraanstaand arts en chirurg, met meer dan 100 gepubliceerde wetenschappelijke artikelen in pré-reviewed medische tijdschriften, evenals een consultant voor de Amerikaanse overheid (gediend in een medisch toezichtvermogen op verschillende marineschepen waaronder : The USS Enterprise)…. .

Hij is Professor doceerde aan verschillende universiteiten te Frankrijk en gaf 12 jaar lang les aan het New York Medical College (Paramus, New Jersey) in de Verenigde Staten. Hij was districtsbestuurder van Rotary in Frankrijk en officier bij vele andere humanitaire organisaties. Nicolas is tevens een briljante auteur en in 2001 schreef hij het boek, De Regel van de Orde van de Tempeliers . Het kostte hem ongeveer 15 jaar om dit boek te schrijven en wordt beschouwd als een meesterwerk: http://www.sartori.com/osmth/osmth4/book/ .

 

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GRAND MAGISTERIAL LEGAL COUNSELOR

USA Grand Marshal General Ron Mangum (Army – Ret.)

H.E. Mgr. / Prof. Dr. GENERAL Ronald S. MANGUM (Ret. U.S. ARMY)
GRAND MAGISTERIAL LEGAL COUNSELOR

GRAND CROSS OFFICER / GRAND COLLAR
SOVEREIGN GRAND INSPECTOR GENERAL OF THE TEMPLE – °33”.

 

Prof. Dr. Generaal Ronald Mangum (Ret. US. ARMY) heeft doorheen zijn rijke geschiedenis bij De Orde diverse opdrachten vervuld.

Thans is hij : Meester in het Internationaal Magistraal Convent, Groot Prior van Oostenrijk, Groot Prior van Georgië, Groot Maarschalk van de U.S.A., en hij is de Inlichtingen Officier en diplomaat tussen de verschillende Groot Priorijen. Hij is 33e Graad Masonic Templar.

General Mangum will be a diplomat to try to create a bridge of good relations between the OSMTJ-USA and other Grand Priories.

We warmly welcome to our Leadership, this exceptionally accomplished and long-time Templar legend. Joining in 1995, General Mangum has been a Templar leader for 25 years and brings the incredible breadth and width of his experience to bear for the OSMTJ USA.  General Mangum has served in many of the highest Templar Positions over the years, the Deputy Grand Commander of the OSMTH.org,  a Grand Prior in Austria for that same order, a Grand Preceptor in the nation of Georgia (he practically created the Grand Priory of Georgia), and many other roles.

Ronald Mangum’s bio would go on for pages so we refer you to his Wikipedia citation: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ronald_S._Mangum

General Mangum in Georgia

As a practicing lawyer, Attorney Mangum was admitted to practice before the Supreme Courts of Illinois (1968) and Wisconsin (1985), the United States Tax Court, the United States Supreme Court, the United States Court of Appeals for the Seventh Circuit, the United States District Courts (Northern, Central and Southern Districts of Illinois) and the Federal Trial Bar.[3] Mangum practised law in Chicago for over 30 years, founding the firm of Mangum, Smietanka & Johnson, L.L.C. He served in several leadership positions in the Illinois State Bar Association and the Chicago Bar Association.

As a Professor, Ronald Mangum served as a full Professor of National Security Studies from 2005 to 2011 at American Military University and briefly served as Program Director of the National Security Studies Program in 2006. He developed and taught courses in Research Methods in National Security Studies, Concepts of National Security, U.S. National Security, International Security, Diplomacy and National Security and Institutions of National Security.

As for his military career, General Mangum retired from the United States Army in November 2004 after 35 years of enlisted and officer service. His last command consisted of three elements: Commanding General, Special Operations Command Korea; Commanding General, United Nations Special Operations Component; and Deputy Commanding General, Combined Unconventional Warfare Task Force. He served in Korea from September 2000 to August 2003.

Regent OSMTJ International, Dr. Nicolas Hastier (left), meeting with General Ronald Mangum (right) in France in Feb. 2018.

Regent OSMTJ International, Dr. Nicolas Hastier (left), meeting with General Ronald Mangum (right) in France in Feb. 2018.

Previous command assignments included Deputy Division Commander; Assistant Division Commander (Logistics); Commander, 1st Brigade (Battle Command Staff Training); Commander, 4th Brigade (Field Exercise Training); Commander, Battle Projection Group (Battle Command Staff Training); Commander, 1st Battalion, 340th Regiment (Instructor); all in the 85th Division (Training Support).[2] He also served as the Operations Officer (S-3) of the 314th Army Security Agency Battalion, Group Intelligence Officer (S-2) and Commander, Operational Detachment A, 1st Battalion, 12th Special Forces Group (Airborne), Arlington Heights, Illinois.

His military awards include the Distinguished Service Medal, Defense Superior Service Medal, Meritorious Service Medal, Joint Service Commendation Medal, Army Commendation Medal with one silver and two bronze oak leaf clusters, and the Order of Cheong Su (Republic of Korea), among others. His military qualifications include the Ranger Tab, Master Parachutist badges (U.S. and Republic of Korea), Pathfinder Badge, Special Operations Diver badge, Aircrew Badge and Canadian Parachutist badge. General Mangum’s military education included the Infantry Officer Basic and Advanced courses, Special Forces Qualification Course, Military Intelligence Officer Advanced Course, Civil Affairs Officer Advanced Course, Engineer Officer Advanced Course, the United States Army Command and General Staff Course, the United States Army War College, Capstone and the Joint General Officer/Flag Officer Warfighters Course. Following his retirement from military service, he became a consultant to the United States Department of Defense and was contracted as a senior advisor to the Georgian Ministry of Defense from 2005 to 2011.