|Sir Paul Haddacks
|28th Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man|
17 October 2005 – 1 April 2011
|Preceded by||Ian Macfadyen|
|Succeeded by||Adam Wood|
|Born||Paul Kenneth Haddacks
27 October 1946
|Spouse(s)||Penny, Lady Haddacks|
|Residence||Chichester, West Sussex, England|
|Alma mater||Britannia Royal Naval College|
|Years of service||1964–2004|
Having attended the Royal Naval College, Dartmouth, Haddacks join the Royal Navy in 1964 and specialised in navigation. He commanded successively the frigates HMS Cleopatra and HMS Naiad. He went on to be Assistant Director of Navy Plans in the Ministry of Defence and was later given command of the assault ship HMS Intrepid. He became Senior Naval Officer Middle East and commander of UK maritime forces during Operation Desert Shield in 1990, Assistant Chief of Staff Policy and Requirements Division at SHAPE in 1994 and UK Military Representative to NATO in 1997. He was appointed Director of the International Military Staff at NATO in 2001 and retired in 2004.
Honours and decorations
- NATO Biography
- The Governor
- "Island says farewell to governor". Manx Radio. 1 April 2011. Retrieved 3 April 2011.
- "(Supplement) no. 55710". The London Gazette. 31 December 1999. p. 2. Retrieved 31 January 2013.
- "(Supplement) no. 57845". The London Gazette. 20 December 2005. p. 16383. Retrieved 31 January 2013.
Sir John Cheshire
|UK Military Representative to NATO
Sir Michael Willcocks
|Lieutenant Governor of the Isle of Man