Necdet Üruğ

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Necdet Üruğ
Chief of the General Staff of Turkey
In office
6 December 1983 – 2 July 1987
Preceded by Nurettin Ersin
Succeeded by Haydar Saltık
Commander of the First Army of Turkey
In office
15 March 1978 – 25 August 1981
Preceded by Nurettin Ersin
Succeeded by Necip Torumtay
Commander of the Turkish Army
In office
1 July 1983 – 6 December 1983
Preceded by Nurettin Ersin
Succeeded by Ali Haydar Saltık
Personal details
Born 1921[1]
Istanbul
Military service
Allegiance Turkey
Service/branch Turkish Army
Rank General

Mustafa Necdet Üruğ (born 1921, Istanbul) is a former Turkish general. He was Commander of the First Army of Turkey (1978 - 1981) during the 1980 military coup. After the coup he was Commander of the Turkish Army (1983), and Chief of the General Staff of Turkey (1983 - 1987), as well as Secretary-General of the Presidential Council (from 1983).

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