|J. Marcel Duval|
Official portrait of Lt. Gen. J. Marcel Duval
|Born||Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec, Canada|
|Service/branch||Canadian Forces Air Command|
|Years of service||1975 – 2011|
|Commands held||1 Canadian Air Division|
|Awards||Commander of the Order of Military Merit|
J. Marcel Duval, CMM, CD is a retired Canadian Forces Air Command general. His senior appointments were as the Commander of the 1 Canadian Air Division / Canadian NORAD Region and the Deputy Commander of NORAD.
Marcel Duval was born in Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec, Canada. He joined the Canadian Forces in 1975 and after graduating from flying training in 1977 he specialized as a pilot of the CH-135 Twin Huey utility helicopter. On 30 January 2009, Duval was made a Commander of the Order of Military Merit.
Duval was appointed as Deputy Commander of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) on July 10, 2009. He was previously Commander of the 1 Canadian Air Division / Canadian NORAD Region. On 15 August 2011, Duval was succeeded as Deputy Commander by Thomas J. Lawson and Duval retired from the Air Force.
- Governor General presents the Order of Military Merit
- Marcel Duval NORAD
- "New Commander of 1 Canadian Air Division/Canadian NORAD Region, July 18, 2007". Canada's Air Force. Retrieved 2010-01-12.
- Lawson becomes Deputy Commander NORAD News, 2011
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- NORAD Biography of Lieutenant-General J. M. (Marcel) Duval, CMM, CD (English)
- Canadian Forces Biography of Biography of Lieutenant-General J. M. (Marcel) Duval, CMM, CD (English)
|Commander of the 1 Canadian Air Division / Canadian NORAD Region
17 July 2007 - 9 July 2009
|Deputy Commander of the North American Aerospace Defense Command
9 July 2009 - 15 August 2011
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