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Rear Admiral Sub-Inspector General of the Navy Carlos Ricardo Tupac-Yupanqui Bromberg

Sub-Inspector General of the Navy

Rear Admiral Carlos Ricardo Tupac-Yupanqui Bromberg

He was born on October 4, 1966. He entered the Navy on March 1, 1984, graduating on January 1, 1989 as Ensign of Fragata making the instruction cruise aboard the Esmeralda School Ship of Chile.

He is qualified in Electronics and Communications and Surface War. He has followed the Correspondence Intelligence Course, Basic Staff Course and the Maritime Policy and National Security Program at the Naval War College. He has also completed the General Staff Course (Naval Staff College - Class 54) at the Naval War College of Newport, RI, of the United States of America. He has completed the Diploma of National Security and Defense at the Technological University of Peru. Graduate PADE San Ignacio de Loyola University. He holds master's degrees in Maritime Policy and Maritime Strategy.

During his service on board, he was Head of the Construction Division of BAP Montero, Head of the Breakdown Control Division of BAP Mariátegui, Head of the Anti-submarine Warfare Division of BAP Mariátegui, Chief of COC and Electronic Warfare of BAP Montero. He also served as First Endowment and Head of Operations of BAP Supe and Head of Operations of BAP Carvajal. It was first endowment and Second Commander BAP Bolognesi. Later he served as Commander of BAP Bolognesi.

Official Liaison Officer of the Command of the Atlantic Fleet of the United States Navy in Norfolk-Virginia, Naval Attaché Attached to the Embassy of Peru in the United States of America. He has also been Head of Policy and Strategy, Head of the Department of Planning, Investment and Doctrine of the General Staff and General Director of Human Resources of the Ministry of Defense.

2017 is designated as Director of the Naval War College. In 2019, he assumes the position of Sub-Inspector General of the Navy.