Navy Commodore Carlos María ALLIEVI was born in the city of Buenos Aires. He graduated from the Argentine Naval Academy in 1987, and completed training to become a Communications and Tactical Action Officer for service as a surface warfare officer.
Allievi’s fleet assignments included Executive Officer on board Training Tall Ship A.R.A. “LIBERTAD”; Navigation Officer on board Destroyer A.R.A “ALMIRANTE BROWN” during deployment to Persian Gulf in 1990-1991; CIC Officer on board Destroyer A.R.A. “HEROINA”; Executive Officer and Commanding Officer on board Destroyer A.R.A. “SARANDI”; and Commanding Officer on board Aviso (former ATF) A.R.A. “SUBOFICIAL CASTILLO”.
His shore tours included various operational support and education management billets on the Fleet Forces Command, the Training and Readiness Command, the Naval War College and the Naval Academy staffs. In addition, he fulfilled duties as Naval Aide to the Argentine Minister of Defense, and Exchange Officer to the Canadian Forces Maritime Warfare Center (CFMWC).
He has a Master's Degree in International Relations.
He is a recipient of various personal and campaign awards, including the Medal for Operations in the Persian Gulf (1990-1991) and Naval Academy and Naval War College distinguished awards.
On February 18, 2015, Commodore ALLIEVI was appointed Secretary to the Argentine Navy Deputy Chief of Staff, and in April 2016 he assumed his current position as Argentine Naval Attaché in USA.
He is married to Laura and he has two children, Federico and Marina.