Juan Ángel Treceño García


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Juan Ángel Treceño García

He was commissioned as a lieutenant in the Air Force in 1985 and flew more than 2,500 hours on transport planes, mainly the Cessna Citation V.

After completing the Military Staff course of the Armed Forces, he was stationed in the Planning Division of the Air Force Staff, the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Air Force, the Personnel Command as Head of the Support Division, and on the European Union Military Staff (Brussels).

During his time at the European Union Staff, he was a representative of the European Union Military Committee for the implementation of the Single European Sky, and the training activities coordinator for the implementation of the African Peace and Security Architecture, as part of the cooperation programme between the European Union and the African Union.

In the first half of 2013, he was deployed to the headquarters of Operation ISAF in Kabul, forming part of the team to give control of the aeronautical organization and infrastructure back to Afghan authorities.

In May 2014, he was appointed head of the Military Aerodrome de León, Director of the Basic Training Air Force Academy and Military Air Commander of the Asturias Airport.

As a general, he has been the head of the Office of the Chief of Staff of the Air and Space Force, head of Information and Communication Systems of the Armed Forces, advisor to the Air Force Chief of Staff and head of the General Air Command, as well as secretary of the Senior Council of the Air and Space Force, a position he held alongside other tasks from February 2021 until March 2022.

He has represented Spain in various international working groups, such as the Air Reconnaissance WG, the NATO Geographic Conference and the NATO Air Force Armament Group: Joint Capability Group Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (JCGISR).

General Treceño is the recipient of numerous national and international decorations.

He is married and has one daughter and one son.