Command Sergeant Major Goran Turk
Sergeant Major of the Croatian Armed Forces
Command Sergeant Major Goran Turk was born in 13 October 1964 in Našice, Croatia. He completed Army Military Technical School in Zagreb, Croatia and attended the Advanced NCO Course, Sergeants Major Course and Command Sergeant Major Course at the United States Army Sergeants Major Academy at Fort Bliss, Texas. He is a graduate of the Military Diplomatic School in Zagreb and the Senior NCO Leadership Course in Oberammergau, GER.
Command Sergeant Major Goran Turk has served in positions of increased responsibility from Platoon Commander in former Yugoslav Army to Logistic Battalion NCO, First Sergeant, Brigade Command Sergeant Major and Command Sergeant Major in Support Command of the Croatian Army. He currently serves as the Sergeant Major of the Croatian Armed Forces.
His awards and decorations include The Order of Croatian Braid, Certificate of participation in the Homeland War 1990-1992, Certificate of the Fatherland Gratitude – for 5 years of distinguished service, Medal for the Operation Storm and Medal for the Operation Summer 95. He is married and has one son.
Sergeant Major of the Army Goran Turk is a graduate of Class 52 of the United States Army Sergeants Major Course.