Commissioner Jeremías Urieta Quintero is appointed new director of the Senan
The Panamanian president, Laurentino Cortizo, appointed air commissioner Jeremías Guillermo Urieta Quintero as the new general director of the National Aeronaval Service (Senan).
Urieta Quintero will replace Commissioner Ramón Nonato López, who is retiring after 30 years of service.
The new director of the Senan is an aviator officer graduated from the Air Force Academy of the Federative Republic of Brazil in the rank of second lieutenant and entered the National Air Service in 1992, as an organic aviator pilot of the First Air Transport Squadron and the Squadron of Reconnaissance and Aerial Training.
In addition, he has a bachelor's degree in Law and Political Science from the Latin American University of Science and Technology, a course on National Defense and Security Perspectives from the Hemispheric Center for Defense Studies, and a course on Defense Strategy and Policies.
Within the Senan, Urieta Quintero has been the Tocumen International Airport Security Officer, National Director of Teaching, Head of the Finance Department, National Director of Logistics, Liaison Officer to the Cooperation System between the American Air Forces, National Director of Human Resources, general secretary, general inspector and head of the air group and national director of legal affairs.
While in the foreign service, the newly appointed Senan director has held the positions of Undersecretary General of the System of Cooperation between the American Air Forces at Aperea Davis-Monthan Base, Tucson, Arizona, United States and air and naval attaché of Panama. in Brazil.
The new director of the Senan will be sworn into office this Thursday, January 28 at the School of Officers located in Colón. The ceremony will be led by President Cortizo.