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Brigadier General Benedikt Roos

Head of Armed Forces Planning and Deputy Head of Armed Forces Staff

Benedikt Roos


Brigadier General Roos is head of Armed Forces Planning in the Armed Forces Staff. He answers directly to the head of the Armed Forces Staff and also serves as his deputy. The Head of Armed Forces Planning is responsible for long and medium term armed forces planning, coordination of material safeguarding of the armed forces, armament planning, project portfolio management of the armed forces as well as the Central Agency for Historic Military Equipment.

2022 Head of Armed Forces Planning and Deputy Head of Armed Forces Staff
2018 Brigadier General, Commander of an Mechanised Brigade
2009 Colonel GS, chief of staff of an armoured brigade
2008 Chief of logistics in an armoured brigade staff
2003 Lieutenant Colonel GS, commander of an armoured battalion
2000 Major GS, officer in the staff of an armoured brigade
1999 Officer assigned to the commander of a field division staff
1997 Commander of an armoured HQ company
1994 Captain, commander of an armoured company
2018 Deputy Commander, Chief of Staff and Commander Unit Leadership Course
2013 Chief of command and control organisation Defence Group and chief of the CAF staff group 
2011 Commander of the Bachelor study courses at MILAC
2008 Commander of armoured and artillery officers schools 
2007 Group chief at the General Staff School 
2006 Group chief at the Commander and Staff Officers School
2004 Project manager for training mechanised units abroad 
2003 US Army Command and General Staff College, Fort Leavenworth USA
2002 Armed Forces XXI, project manager in training planning of the Chief of Land Forces
2001 Staff officer assigned to the chief of training of mechanised and light infantry forces
1997 Teacher at the mechanised and light infantry officers school 
1996 Military Academy and admission to the instruction corps

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Office: Papiermühlestrasse 20
CH-3003 Bern

Office:

Papiermühlestrasse 20
CH-3003 Bern