LTC Hervé JURE
Married since 1997 and father of three daughters, LTC (FRA Joint Petroleum Service) Hervé JURE was born on May 1st in Le Mans (France).
He entered French Army Academy in 1994 and graduated in 1997 (promotion Commandant MORIN), he chose Army Signal Corps.
After the platoon leader training at the Signal School in Rennes (1997-1998), he served in 40th Signal Regiment in Thionville (1998-2001). Then promoted to the rank of Captain in 2001, he was assigned to the Army Non-Commissioned Officers Training School in Saint-Maixent l’Ecole where he served as platoon leader and executive officer in a NCO cadets training company (2001-2003). Then he took the command of the 7th Brigade HQ Command and Support Company in Besancon (2003-2006). He was deployed in Kosovo (KFOR) in 2000 and Bosnia (SFOR-EU/Althea) in 2004-2005.
Recruited in 2006 in the Petroleum Military Engineers Corps, he integrates the Joint Petroleum Service in 2008 with the rank of Major after graduating engineer Master’s degree from Petroleum and Engines National University (French Petroleum Institute).
The same year, he joined the Joint Petroleum North-East Command (DRISEA-NE) in Metz to serve as commander of the fuel management section. In 2009, he attended the 17th promotion of the Joint Staff College (CID) at Ecole Militaire, Paris.
In 2010, he joined the Joint HQ / Plan and Conduct Operations Center (EMA/CPCO/J4) as Fuel Expert.
After his promotion to the rank of Lieutenant colonel in 2012, he was assigned to Joint Petroleum Operations and Logistic headquarter (DELPIA) in Nancy as Commander of the Financial Office.
From 2014 to 2016, he was a deputy of the Operations and International Relations office in Joint Petroleum Service Headquarters (DCSEA) and was deployed in Chad (operation Barkhane).
Since the 1st of August 2016, he is Fuel and Energy Subject Matter Expert in Supreme Allied Commander Transformation HQ, Norfolk (USA) and has been recently assigned as SACT HQ SME to ENSEC CoE.
LTC Hervé JURE is knight of the “Ordre national du mérite”.