List Of Colonels In Uganda
Colonel is a commissioned officer in the army, air force, or marine corps ranking above a lieutenant colonel and below a brigadier general.
Here are the List Of Colonels In Uganda
1. Lt col Benard Tumwesigye – colonel
2. Lt Col Mark B. Mugarura – colonel
3. Lt Col Stephen Nsereko – colonel
4. Maj Innocent Micheal Kamuratsi – Lt col
5. Maj Tom Ssenyonjo Mbazira – Lt col
6. Maj David Wakaya Napule – Lt.col
7. Maj Benon Kato – Lt col
8. Maj Edward Kambere Mugisha – Lt Col
9. Maj David William Wambogo – Lt Col
10. Maj Allan Nantetsa Mujurizi – Lt Col
11. Maj Yonah Tumuramye – Lt Col
12. Maj Chris Obala Magezi – Lt. Col
13. Maj Genesis O Okeny – Lt Col
14. Maj Nasur Namara – Lt Col
15. Maj Gonzaga B. Kworekwa – Lt Col
16. Francis Matiri Kagumire – Lt Col
17. Maj Godfrey Mugarura – Lt Col
18. Maj Daniel Atwine Ahimbisibwe – Lt Col
19. Maj Bob Livingstone Bampalana – Lt.Col
20. Maj Juma Japyem Abdullnur – Lt Col
21. Maj John Kibirige Kasule – Lt Col
22. Maj Moses Baraza Musasizi – Lt Col
23. Maj Musa Farouk Mukiibi – Lt Col
24. Maj Johnson Rwabikanja Tukwasibwe – Lt Col
25. Maj Albert Kashakamba – Lt. Col
26. Maj Julius Emmy Kumanya – Lt. Col
27. Maj Simon M Andiandu – Lt. Col
28. Maj Robert Zavuga – Lt. Col
29. Maj Moses Alindu – Lt. Col
30.Maj Vincent Oyuka – Lt. Col
Who is the current CDF of Uganda?
The position was established after the National Resistance Army was reconstituted as the Uganda People’s Defence Forces, three years after the NRA’s victory in the Ugandan Bush War in 1986. The current CDF is General Wilson Mbadi.
What is above a colonel?
The rank of colonel is typically above the rank of lieutenant colonel. The rank above colonel is typically called brigadier, brigade general or brigadier general. In some smaller military forces, such as those of Monaco or the Vatican, colonel is the highest rank.
What do colonels do?
Their primary function of Colonels is to serve as commanders of brigade-sized elements (around 5000 soldiers). Soldiers holding the rank of Colonel can also serve as staff officers or as commanders of smaller units in specialized branches, such as law or medicine.