Marcel Duval

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J. Marcel Duval
Marcel Duval.jpg
Official portrait of Lt. Gen. J. Marcel Duval
Born Baie-Saint-Paul, Quebec, Canada
Allegiance Canada Canada
Service/branch Canadian Forces Air Command
Years of service 1975 – 2011
Rank Lieutenant-General
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.

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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.[1]

Duval was appointed as Deputy Commander of the North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) on July 10, 2009.[2] He was previously Commander of the 1 Canadian Air Division / Canadian NORAD Region.[3] On 15 August 2011, Duval was succeeded as Deputy Commander by Thomas J. Lawson and Duval retired from the Air Force.[4]

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Military offices
Preceded by
Charles Bouchard
Commander of the 1 Canadian Air Division / Canadian NORAD Region
17 July 2007 - 9 July 2009
Succeeded by
Yvan Blondin
Preceded by
Charlie Bouchard
Deputy Commander of the North American Aerospace Defense Command
9 July 2009 - 15 August 2011
Succeeded by
Thomas Lawson