Hippocrates Daskalakis

Hippocrates Daskalakis

Hippocrates Daskalakis is a lieutenant general ret. He has studied in all the provided schools of his field and his rank, as well as in ASP and School of National Defense (SETHA). He has been trained in the United States in the anti-aircraft system “HAWK” and in the School of Strategic Information (DIA).

He served in combat units and staff positions at home and abroad (AFSOUTH and SHAPE). He participated in the operations of the European Union “CONCORDIA” in North Macedonia (2002) and “ALTHEA” (2006) in Bosnia and Herzegovina. In 2011, he took over the management of the NATO Missile Firing Installations (NAMFI) in Crete, a position he held until April 2013. He also graduated from the Department of International and European Studies of Panteion University of Athens (2003) and holds a Master’s Degree in International Relations and Strategic Studies (2008) from the same University.