|Younes el-Sayed Hamed|
|Born||15 December 1959|
|Service/branch||Egyptian Air Force|
Air Vice-Marshal Younes Hamed is the Commander-in-Chief of the Egyptian Air Force.
He was appointed to the post by President Mohamed Morsi on 14 August 2012, succeeding Reda Mahmoud Hafez Mohamed. He is a member of the Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which was reorganized in September 2012.
- Bachelor of aviation and military sciences
- Destructive capabilities' Course
- M.A. of military sciences from the Egyptian Command and Staff College
- War Course, Fellowship of the Higher War College, Nasser's Military Sciences Academy
- Crisis Management, Nasser's Military Sciences Academy
Decorations and Medals
- Longevity and Exemplary Medal
- Military Duty Decoration, Second Class
- Military Duty Decoration, First Class
- Distinguished Service Decoration
- 25 January Revolution Medal
- Egypt's Morsi appoints new navy, air force and air defence commanders, Ahram Online, 14 August 2012.
- Ahmed Aboul Enein, Al-Sisi decides on new SCAF formation, Daily News Egypt, September 3, 2012.
- "Profile: Younes Hamed". Egyptian Ministry of Defense.
Reda Mahmoud Hafez Mohamed
|Commander of the Egyptian Air Force
2012 – present
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