Air Brigade General Jean-Marc Denuel recently joined Defense Conseil International (DCI) as Executive Vice-president of Airco, the air branch of DCI.
General Denuel spent 33 years in the French Air Force. As a fighter pilot, he was directly involved in the numerous operations in which France, the European Union and NATO took part: Africa, Balkans and Afghanistan.
After commanding the air base of Dijon from 2000 to 2003, General Denuel joined the Hôtel Matignon in 2005 as Military Chief of staff of Prime Minister in Paris. He left in October 2008 for his latest assignment as Chief of staff “Plans” at the Defense Headquarter. General Denuel is 54. He is married with two sons.
For more than 38 years, DCI is specialized in the export of French Defense know-how at the centre of tripartite relations between the French armed forces, European industrialists and the armed forces of friendly foreign countries.
Working under the supervision of the French Ministry of Defense, and in close co-operation with the Délégation Générale pour l’Armement (DGA), DCI provides training, advice and assistance on the back of French export sales. It also provides prime contracting and outsourcing support.
DCI operates on the entire spectrum of defense and security with its four departments: Cofras, Navfco, Airco and Desco.