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Tim Sloth Jørgensen
Allegiance Denmark
Service/branch Royal Danish Navy
Rank Admiral
Commands held Former Chief of the Danish Defence Staff

Admiral Tim Sloth Jørgensen (born 21 October 1951, Randers) is a senior officer in the Royal Danish Navy.[1] He is notable for being appointed Chief of Denmark's Defence staff.

Jørgensen conducted a tour of military sites in Greenland and Nunavut, Canada, in August 2009.[1] Jørgensen met with General Walter Natynczyk, Chief of Canada's Defence Staff, in Iqaluit, during Canada's annual Arctic exercise, Nanook 2009. Jørgensen and Natynczyk traveled together to Nuuk, Greenland and Thule, Greenland. The pair met with Kuupik Kleist, the chair of Greenland's Landsstyret, its national legislature, in Nuuk.

Jørgensen resigned as chief of staff on 4 October 2009 as a result of the being involved in the controversy about a fake Arabic translation of the book entitled Jæger – i krig med eliten, written by a former member of the special forces, which the Danish Army Command tried to suppress.[2]

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