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Brigadier General Silvano Barilli

Commander Logistics Training Unit

Brigadier Silvano Barilli


Brigadier General Barilli is head of the Logistics Training Unit and is in charge of basic training for all members involved in the Logistics of the Swiss Armed Forces and is also responsible for the operations of the units assigned to him. He answers directly to the Chief of Training and Education Command. The Commander Logistics Training Unit is Commander of the Recruit Schools, NCO Schools and Officer Schools of members of the Logistic and Medical Corps, of the courses for Senior NCOs, and of the Catering Training Centre. He is also in charge of the Veterinary Service and Military Animals Centre and the Military Driver Training Centre.

2022 Commander Logistics Training Unit
2018 Commander Logistics Brigade 1
2016 Brigadier General, Chief of Staff to the Chief of the Armed Forces
2012 Colonel General Staff, Commander Air Force NCO and Recruit School
2008 Commander Air Transport Battalion
2004 Lieutenant Colonel General Staff, S4/5 in Staff of Air Force Training Unit
2000 Major General Staff, Chief of Operations of an Air Base Brigade Staff
1998 Commander of an Air Transport Company
1996 Captain, Commander of an Aviation Support Unit
2014 Head of project of the Air Force Transformation Program
2011 Commander Air Force NCO and Recruit School
2009 SWISSCOY, Deputy G3 and G3 Plans Chief in the Multinational Task Force South, Kosovo; Deputy Commander Air Force Unit Training and Officer School
2006 Team leader and Staff Coach, Armed Forces College
2005 Air Command and Staff College, Montgomery (AL), USA
2000 Military Advisor to Commander Air Base Brigade 32
1998 Entry into the Armed Forces Career Officer Corps; Career Officer in Air Force NCO and Recruit School
1997 Diploma course at the Military Academy (MILAC), Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) Zurich

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Armeestab

Service address: Logistics Training Unit
Malerweg 6
CH-3602 Thun

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Logistics Training Unit
Malerweg 6
CH-3602 Thun