Ministry of Defence and Military Production
The Egyptian Ministry of Defence is the ministry responsible for the Egyptian Armed Forces organization and manages its affairs and maintains its facilities. It also handles the affairs of colleges and military recruitment, mobilization and management of veterans and military factories in Egypt. The ministry is based in Cairo.
List of ministers
The following is a list of ministers of Defence and Military Production of Egypt. The position was known until the 1970s as the Minister of War and Marine. They direct the Egyptian Armed Forces. Article 201 of the Egyptian Constitution of 2014 states that the Minister of Defense is the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces, and shall be appointed from among its officers.
- Ahmed Orabi (1882)
- Abd al-Qadr Hilmi Pasha (1884–1887)
- Mustafa Fahmi Pasha (1887–1891)
- Youssef Shuhdi Pasha (1893–1894)
- Mustafa Fahmi Pasha (1894–1895)
- Mohamed Abani Pasha (1895–1908)
- Salib Sami Bey (1933–1934)
- Ali Fahmi Pasha (1936–)
- Ahmed Hamdi Seif al-Nasr Pasha (–1937)
- Hussein Refki Pasha (1937–1938)
- Hassan Sabry Pasha (1938–1940)
- Mohammed Haider Pasha (1948)
- Saleh Harb Pasha (1950)
- Mustafa Nasrat Bey (1950)
- Muhammad Naguib (1952–1953)
- Abdel Latif Boghdadi (1953–1954)
- Muhammad Naguib (1954)
- Hussein el-Shafei (1954–1954)
- Abdel Hakim Amer (1954–1962)
- Abdel Wahab el-Beshry (1962–1966)
- Shams Badran (1966–1967)
- Amin Howeidi (1967–1968)
- Mohammed Fawzi (1968–1971)
- Mohammed Ahmed Sadek (1971–1972)
- Ahmad Ismail Ali (1972–1974)
- Mohamed Abdel Ghani el-Gamasy (1974–1978)
- Kamal Hassan Ali (1978–1980)
- Ahmed Badawi (1980–1981)
- Abd al-Halim Abu Ghazala (1981–1989)
- Youssef Sabri Abu Taleb (1989–1991)
- Mohamed Hussein Tantawi (1991–2012) 
- Abdel Fattah el-Sisi (2012–2014) 
- Sedki Sobhi (2014–present) 
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