Before taking office in 1980 as Turkey’s seventh Chief executive, this Turkish Military Commander had also served, through the past due 1970s and early 1980s, as Main of the overall Personnel of Turkey. After graduating from a Turkish armed service academy, he fought in Korea and later on became a member of the Turkish wing of NATO’s anti-communist, Chilly War-era effort, Procedure Gladio. He became chief executive following an early on 1980s Turkish armed service coup. His almost four-decade-long relationship to Sekine Evren led to three kids: Gulay, Miray, and Senay. He and Abdullah Gul both kept any office of Chief executive of Turkey (three years apart).