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Ahmed Badawi

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President  Anwar El-Sadat
Years of service  1948–1981
Allegiance  Egypt

Religion  Sunni Islam
Education  Alexandria University
Preceded by  Kamal Hassan Ali
Name  Ahmed Badawi
Service/branch  Egyptian Army

Prime Minister  Mustafa Khalil Anwar El-Sadat
Died  March 2, 1981, Matrouh Governorate, Egypt
Battles and wars  1948 Palestine war, Suez Crisis, Six-Day War, Yom Kippur War

Succeeded by  Abd al-Halim Abu Ghazala
Political party  Independent politician

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Ahmed Bdawi Sayyid Ahmed (Arabic: أحمد بدوي سيد أحمد) was an Egyptian Field Marshal (Mushir) and The Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces.

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Early life

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Ahmed Badawy was born in the coastal city of Alexandria in 1927. He studied commerce at Alexandria University where he obtained his bachelor's degree, he then traveled to Moscow on a scholarship to the M.V. Frunze Military Academy.

Career

He became a senior lecturer at the military academy in 1958 but then he was fired from the military service in 1967. President Anwar El-Sadat then asked him to return to military service at the same time as he became a lecturer at Ain Shams University. As a brigadier general, he commanded the 7th Infantry Division during the Yom Kippur War, and after the Third Army (Egypt) became encircled, was placed in command of the cut-off force. The isolated part of the army was made up of the 7th and 19th Infantry Divisions, plus two independent armoured brigades, on the east bank, and a mixture of units in Suez city itself.

He became the commander of the Training Institute of the Armed Forces and was then promoted to become the Chief of Staff of the Egyptian Armed Forces.

On 14 May 1980, Anwar El-Sadat made him the Minister of Defence and Military Production.

Death

A few months after becoming in charge of the ministry of defence, Ahmed Badawy died, along with 12 senior officers, in a helicopter crash on 2 March 1981.

References

Ahmed Badawy Wikipedia


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