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Military officer

Salvatore Mosé Linosa, Italian, French military officer. Decorated knight Military Order of Italian Republican, commander Grace Souverein Order Saint John Jerusalem; recipient Gold medal, Ministry Defense, 1981. Member of Cordons Bleus de France (president European group commander), Italian Cultural Society (president Society Dante Alighieri, Luxembourg committee), Ordre dy Lys de la Gastronomie Européenne (president).

Background

Linosa, Salvatore Mosé was born on January 4, 1927 in Catania, Italy. Son of Michele Linosa and Maria Fonseca.

Education

Degree, Military School, 1953. Degree, Polytechnic Application Artillery, 1956.

Career

Commissioned lieutenant Italian Army, 1954, advanced through grades to colonel, 1967, stationed at Redstone Arsenal Huntsville, Alabama, 1960—1963, chief calibration services North Atlantic Treaty Organization Chateauroux, France, 1967—1973, deputy director North Atlantic Treaty Organization/NAMSA Brussels, 1973—1976, Luxembourg, 1973—1976, chief support branch, Hawk Systems Management Luxembourg, 1976—1993. Retired, 1993; president Logistics Experts North Atlantic Treaty Organization/Hawk, Paris, 1977—1979. With European Defense Agency, Luxembourg, from 2005.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Ecole des Arts Culinaires de l'Ordre du Lys de la Gastronomie Européenne Culinary Books, 1983.

Membership

Member of Cordons Bleus de France (president European group commander), Italian Cultural Society (president Society Dante Alighieri, Luxembourg committee), Ordre dy Lys de la Gastronomie Européenne (president).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Tennis, electronic devices.

Connections

Married Aurelia Valdambrini. Children: Maria Egle, Danilo.

father:
Michele Linosa

mother:
Maria Fonseca

spouse:
Aurelia Valdambrini

child:
Maria Egle Linosa

child:
Danilo Linosa