Andrea Carrols

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Andrea Carrols
Andrea Carrols at the December 2010 Jellicoe Conference
1st Ambassador to the United Kingdom
Assumed office
February 19, 2012
Premier Daniel Anderson
Predecessor Office established
Successor Incumbent
1st Minister of Defence
In office
November 5, 2010 - February 18, 2012
Political party Siroccan Federal Party (SFP)
Predecessor Office established
Successor Jesse Coles
Personal information
Born 19 February 1994 (1994-02-19) (age 30)
Nationality New Zealand
Ethnicity Pakeha/Maori
Military service
Nickname(s) "Andy"
Allegiance Federal Commonwealth of Sirocco
Service/branch Siroccan Army
In service 2010-present
Rank General
Unit 1st Capital Division
5th National Reserves

Andrea Carrols (born February 19, 1994) is a former Siroccan politician and Minister of Defence of the Federal Commonwealth of Sirocco and current General of the Siroccan Army and Ambassador to the United Kingdom. She is the first person to hold these posts.


Little is known about Andrea Carrols, but it is known that Carrols and Siroccan Premier Daniel Anderson were introduced to each other by Minister of Finance Livia Aïrosser in 2009. The two became friends shortly after. She was offered the post of Minister of Defence in September 2010, which she accepted.

She was made a General of the Siroccan Army in October 2010. She will lead the 1st Capital Division.

Minister of Defence

Carrols began her term as Minister of Defense on 5 November 2010. She was in control of the Siroccan Defence Forces until the Ministry was dissolved on 18 February 2012. She currently serves as a General in the SDF (leading the 1st Capital Division until 10 April 2012, now leads the 5th National Reserves) and is the current Ambassador to the United Kingdom.

Preceded by: Ambassador to the United Kingdom Succeded by:
Office established 19 February 2012-present Incumbent
Preceded by: Minister of Defence Succeded by:
Office established November 5, 2010-February 18, 2012 Jesse Coles