|Born||1946 (age 76–77)|
|Years of service||1964–2000|
|Commands held|| British Forces Cyprus (1998–2000)|
Multi-National Division (South-West) (1997)
Ulster Defence Regiment (1990–1992)
|Battles/wars|| The Troubles |
|Awards|| Commander of the Order of the British Empire |
Distinguished Service Order
|Spouse(s)||Victoria Clare Lanyon|
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