The Team

Meet our team members for the Walk of Britain:

Alec Robotham - Royal Marines

Alec Robotham

Royal Marines

Alec passed out of Royal Marines training in 2007, joining 40 Commando and going on to train in various environments and exercises around the globe including Amphibious assault training in the Mediterranean and Jungle training in Brunei/Borneo. He was...

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Matt Fisher - 3 Rifles

Matt Fisher

3 Rifles

Matt discovered the Army Cadet Force in his teens and developed an interest in the Army, eventually joining up having tried various civilian jobs and training as a musical instrument maker. Matt was posted to 3 Rifles in Edinburgh...

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Scott Ransley - Royal Marines

Scott Ransley

Royal Marines

Scott joined the Royal Marines in 2008, serving with 42 Commando Lima Company on operation Herrick 14 in 2011 in Nadi Ali Helmand, Afghanistan. On Herrick 14 Scott was involved in an incident whilst dismantling an IED making facility. Scott...

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Stewart Hill - The Royal Welsh

Stewart Hill

The Royal Welsh

Stewart suffered a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) on 4th July 2009 whilst commanding B Company, 2 MERCIAN in Afghanistan. His intrinsic motivation and desire to succeed, within his ability, remain the same, but Stewart struggles to meet these aspirations...

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Andrew Bement - US Marine Corps

Andrew Bement

US Marine Corps

Born in Phoenix, Az., Andrew enlisted out of Reading, Pa., at the age of 19. He attended boot camp the summer of 2003 at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, with follow-on training at the School of Infantry,...

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Kirstie Ennis - US Marine Corps

Kirstie Ennis

US Marine Corps

Kirstie Ennis joined the Marine Corps at the age of 17, shortly after she graduated Milton High School with her diploma and Pensacola Junior College with her Associates of Arts degree. She enlisted out of Pensacola, Florida. After graduating boot...

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