Fouad Mohamed Abou Zikry

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Fouad Mohamed Abou Zikry
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Admiral Zikry, 1976
Birth name Fouad Mohammad Abou-Zikry
Born November 8, 1923
Died January 26, 1983(1983-01-26) (aged 59)
Allegiance  Egypt
Service/branch Egyptian Navy
Years of service 1944–1977
Rank EgyptianNavyInsignia-Admiral-shoulderboard.svg Admiral
Unit 3rd Expeditionary Frigates
Commands held 2nd Missile Boats Brigade
Damietta Naval Base
Mediterranean Fleet
Egyptian Navy

Admiral Fouad Mohamed Abou Zikry (Arabic: فؤاد محمد ابوذكري) (November 8, 1923 – January 26, 1983) was Commander-in-Chief of the Egyptian Navy (June 1969 to September 1969 / October 1972 to November 1976) and Vice Defense Minister from 12 February 1972 to October 29, 1973. He later served as an Advisor of Naval Affairs to the President of the Republic of Egypt (Anwar Al Sadat), Deputy Minister of Maritime Transport, Chairman of Federal Arab Maritime Company (FAMCO).



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