Changing the narrative around mental health and coming out of service life.

This week is Mental Health Awareness Week, and with Team Commando Spirit’s primary aim being to raise awareness of mental health issues caused by service life and the transition to civilian life, we feel it’s only fitting that we take this opportunity to restate our mission and the reasons for our desire to change theContinue reading “Changing the narrative around mental health and coming out of service life.”

How ‘commando spirit’ is helping us navigate through the uncertainty of a global pandemic.

When serving in the Royal Marines, we all stick vigilantly to the collective values that pull us together and enable us to achieve our shared goal. As Royal Marines, the primary aim of Team Commando Spirit is to harness those Commando values and encourage them to live on beyond the Corps. Allowing such valuable characteristicsContinue reading “How ‘commando spirit’ is helping us navigate through the uncertainty of a global pandemic.”

A taste of what’s to come… 24 hour team rowing challenge

On the 25th January Team Commando Spirit, along with 13 other teams taking part in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge 2020, took part in a 24 hour rowing challenge to raise money for each of their chosen charities. Team Commando Spirit has chosen support Rock2Recovery, who do invaluable work supporting distressed veterans and their families.Continue reading “A taste of what’s to come… 24 hour team rowing challenge”