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Tuncer Kılınç
Secretary-General of the National Security Council

In office
26 August 2001 – 26 August 2003
Preceded by Cumhur Asparuk
Succeeded by Şükrü Sarıışık
Personal details
Born 1940
Istanbul
Military service
Allegiance Turkey
Service/branch Turkish Army
Years of service 1960 - 2003
Rank General

Tuncer Kılınç (born 1940, Istanbul) is a retired Turkish general. He was Secretary-General of the National Security Council from 2001 to 2003.[1] He was a defendant in the Ergenekon trials;[2][3] in August 2013 he was sentenced to 13 years in prison.[4]

At a 2007 meeting of the Atatürkist Thought Association he said that Turkey should leave NATO.[5]

He graduated from the Turkish Military Academy in 1960 and the Army War College (Kara Harp Akademisi) in 1973.[6]

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