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Major Gary A Wallace 

OC Expedition and OC UK Contingent

Professional and academic interests include Teaching of Design & Technology, Explosives Engineering and as a time served Motor Vehicle Mechanic. I have degrees in BA Human Resource Management and Bachelor of Technological Education (Hons).

I have previously worked in the Energy sector both Renewable and as an Oil Extraction Perforating Engineer.

Has lengthy transport and logisitics experience from both civilian and military disciplines.

Have been part of military for over 38 years as a Paratrooper (30 years) and Currently part of a Transport Regiment Reservist. Holding rank of Major and Officer Commanding a Headquarters Squadron in Scotland. Was previously the Signals Officer as well!

He has many wide and varied interests including skiing, martial arts (Karate, Aikido and Iaido) and American Football (played with a local amateur team for 10 years). Likes to promote chappist behaviour and to dress well with waistcoats, briar pipes, suitable hats and good brogues to the forefront. Likes to smoke the odd hookah now and again.



Mitch Curr:

Historian/ Quartermaster

Location – Glasgow, UK, Scotland




Cpl Neil Lennon:

Driver/Radio Operator

Location – UK, Scotland


Photo to follow

Sgt Callum King:

REME Sgt / Fitter/Electrician

Location – East Lothians, Scotland, UK


Photo to follow

Peter Gorrie


Location – Perth, Scotland UK



Captain Pete Riddell:

2IC UK Troops

Eqpt Support and Electrical Mechanical Engineering Officer

Location – Stirling, Scotland



Cpl Marc Jennings:

Driver/Radio Operator

Location – Lothians, UK, Scotland


John Webster

John Webster:

Heavy Section Vehicle Commander

Location – Ayrshire, Scotland




SSgt Stuart Kirk:

Driver/Radio Operator/Combat Medical Technician

Location – Fife, Scotland



Cpl Malcolm Napier-Holford (aka Hyphen)
Driver/Radio Operator and Medic
Location – Fife, UK, Scotland
Nigel Watson:
Driver/ Mechanic/ Archivist

Location – Dundee, Scotland


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