Gen. Constantin Croitoru
Gen. Constantin Croitoru is the General Director ROMARM. He is a career military who started his service in 1974 as lieutenant in the General Staff of the Aviation and Aerial Defence, until 1994, when he became chief of the General Staff of the Air Division. Afterwards, he became commander of the 90th air transport base (2001-2002), Air Division commander (2002-2003), commander of the Main Air Operational Center (2003-2005), deputy director of the General Staff (2005-2006), Director General of DGIA (2006-2007) and Chief of Staff of the Romanian Air Forces (2007-2009). Since 2009 Gen. Croitoru is a reserve officer. In 2016 he became deputy General Director of ROMARM and then General Director of the same institution. Since 1974 he was promoted successively from lieutenant to colonel (1994), one star general (2001) and three stars general (2006). Gen. Croitoru graduated the Military School of the Air Forces (1974), the Military Academy (1983), the Academy of High Military Studies (1993) and the National Defence College (2001). He also followed a course in “Security and National Defence – Security and Good Governance” from the National Defence College (2006) and earned an M.A. in public administration at SNSPA (2007).