SMAF Goran Radic
Sergeant Major of the Serbian Armed Forces
SMAF Goran Radić was born October 02, 1976 in Kosovska Mirovica, Serbia. He has attended numerous military courses to include Army Military High School, Yugoslavia 1991-1995, Reconnaissance and Intelligence course, Pancevo, Serbia, 1998, Instructor Training Course, BMATT CEE, Viskov, Czech Republic, 2003, Peace Operations Instructor Course, Pancevo, Serbia, 2004, Information/Physical Security, Croatia, 2006 and is distinguished as the first Serbian NCO to graduate from the U.S. Army Sergeants Major Academy 2008 – 2009.
Since his graduation from the Army High Military School in June 1995, SGM Goran Radic has held numerous leadership positions in the Serbian Army including: Commander of the Reconnaissance Section in the 243 Mechanized Brigade 1995-1998; Commander of Reconnaissance Platoon in the 243 Mechanized Brigade 1998 – 2000; Commander of the Counterterrorist team in Counterterrorist Battalion June 2000 – June 2005; Commander of the Instruction Section in the Counterterrorist Battalion June 2005 – 2005, and Chief of the Protection Team in the Counterterrorist Battalion 2006 – 2009.
His accomplishments and contributions include: extraordinary promotion to the rank of Staff Sergeant First Class and Master Sergeant, and he Medal for Outstanding Achievements in the field of Security and National Defense.
In June of 2009 Sergeant Major Radic was been appointed as Sergeant Major of the Serbian Armed Forces. SMAF Radic is married to his wife Suzana and has two daughters Andjela and Nevena. Sergeant Major of the Armed Forces Radic is a graduate of Class 59 of the United States Army Sergeants Major Course.