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Protecting the RAF's people and assets at home, and on operations.
Provide specialist law enforcement, counter-intelligence and security services. To identify and counter threats from terrorism, espionage, sabotage, subversion, extremism and organised crime in the UK and overseas.More about RAF Police
Its principal purpose is to counter our adversaries across a wide spectrum of threats, wherever and whenever necessary.More about RAF Regiment
Commissioned into the RAF Regiment in 1984 he served in Germany, initially as a Rapier Missile Commander. Seconded at short notice to 4 Wing RAF Regiment he deployed to the Gulf region supporting the Tornado and helicopter forces for Op Granby.
His first true staff exposure came with a posting to the then Directorate of Joint Warfare in a CBRN equipment and policy related role. His endeavours were rewarded with a detachment to Kosovo as the UK Commander of the Kosovo Protection Corps. He returned to assume the role of Operations Officer to the UK Chinook Force. Upon completion of Staff College he assumed command of No 2 Force Protection Wing and immediately deployed to support operations in Afghanistan. After a short period back in the UK he deployed his Wing to Afghanistan and took command of all force protection activities associated with the defence of Kandahar airfield. Nine months later he undertook the same task this time in Basra.
Appointed as Station Commander RAF High Wycombe and Group Captain United States Visiting Forces he particularly enjoyed having 30 officers who outranked him on his station. Pulled slightly early from command, he deployed to Sierra Leone as the Deputy Brigade Commander and senior UK Military representative in the National Ebola Response Centre. He was selected for promotion and has assumed the mantle of Force Protection Force Commander for the RAF from May 2016.
Twenty-two RAF personnel from the RAF Regiment continue to be deployed in support of the Police investigation in Salisbury.
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