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Former Chief Of Air Force Gen (Rtd) Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Rodzali bin Daud (RMAF)

Aeropsace & Defense Advisor

Career History

Former Chief of Air Force General (R) Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Rodzali bin Daud served in the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) for almost 41 years and retired as the Chief of the Royal Malaysian Air Force on 11th September 2014. He commissioned as a Pilot officer in the RMAF on 31st October 1973. He graduated from the Flying Training School, Royal Australian Air Force, Australia in 1974 and subsequently served as squadron pilot at No. 6 (Tebuan CL-41G) and No. 12 (F-5E) fighter squadrons and many more. After retirement, he serves various position as the Chairman to UPNM Holdings Sdn Bhd, President of the RMAF Veteran Club and Association, and currently as Independent Non-Executive Director of Destini Berhad since 2015 and one of the shareholders of Global Systémes Asia Sdn Bhd since 2018 etc.

General Tan Sri Dato’ Sri Rodzali Daud (R) attended numerous professional and academic courses such as graduate of New Zealand Air Command and Staff College in 1989, graduate of Malaysia Armed Forces Defense College in 2002 and graduated from Pakistan National Defense College. Among the honour bestowed upon him was The Legion of Merit (Degree of Commander), awarded by the President of the USA in May 2012.

Skills and Experiences

- Independent Advisor, Global Systèmes Asia Sdn Bhd
- Former Chief of Royal Malaysian Air Force
- Non-Executive Director, Destini Bhd

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