Serving Colour Sergeant in the Royal Marines. 18 years’ service with operational Tours of Northern Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan.
“We’re the first four man team of Royal Marines to take on the Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge and we’re determined to win. As a team, we have a mission to highlight mental health issues for ex-service personnel. ‘It’s OK not to feel OK’ – that’s the clear message we want to send.”
Retired Colour Sergeant with 22 years’ service. Operational Tours of Northern Ireland, Iraq and Afghanistan.
“Our Royal Marines and Team Commando Spirit values will be uppermost in my mind throughout the challenge. With courage, determination, unselfishness and cheerfulness, I’m more than confident that we’ll make it happen. It’s all about comradeship. We can do this!”
Former Sergeant with 14 years’ service in the Royal Marines, finishing as a PT Staff Instructor. Operational Tours of Sierra Leone, Afghanistan and The Gulf of Aden.
“I have first-hand experience of the effects of mental health problems. This challenge is part of my own rehabilitation and a way of giving back - supporting other service men and women on their road to recovery.”
Former Marine with nine years’ service in the Royal Marines. Operational Tours of Iraq and Afghanistan.
“We have a saying in the Royal Marines: ‘No cuff too tough.’ We’re always up for taking on the biggest challenges. We improvise, adapt and overcome – and approach it all with a sense of humour.”
The Whole Team
We’re working with a crack squad to help us prepare for our big challenge.
With special thanks to: