|Secretary-General of the National Security Council|
26 August 2001 – 26 August 2003
|Preceded by||Cumhur Asparuk|
|Succeeded by||Şükrü Sarıışık|
|Years of service||1960 - 2003|
Tuncer Kılınç (born 1940, Istanbul) is a retired Turkish general. He was Secretary-General of the National Security Council from 2001 to 2003. He was a defendant in the Ergenekon trials; in August 2013 he was sentenced to 13 years in prison.
- mgk.gov.tr, Eski Genel Sekreterlerimiz
- Today's Zaman, 23 February 2012, Former general admits having told Ecevit to hand over party
- Today's Zaman, 9 January 2009, Ergenekon-linked generals renowned for hawkish stance
- Today's Zaman, 5 August 2013, Long sentences for Ergenekon suspects, life for ex-army chief
- Today's Zaman, 29 May 2007, Retired generals attend London ADD conference
- Vatan, 7 January 2009, Tuncer Kılınç kimdir?
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