Michael Tierney

Michael joined the Royal Marines in May 2010 and served for 10 years, including operational tours of Afghanistan. Sadly, Michael’s career was cut short when he was medically discharged from

David Pither

David’s life-changing prosthetic David Pither left the Royal Marines in 1987 and pursued a 26-year career in the Avon and Somerset Police. During the latter part of his time in the police, he started to suffer

Jay Hare

This is a video produced by RMA – The Royal Marines Charity that was shown at our London Dinner. In this video, Jay Hare explains some of the experiences he

Jon White

In 2010, Jon White was injured by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED), whilst serving as a captain with 40 Commando Royal Marines on Operation HERRICK in Afghanistan. As a consequence,

Marc Goddard

Being a Royal Marine is a way of life. The day you passed out was undoubtedly one of the proudest days of your life. On that day, you and your

Joshua Pelland

Josh Pelland served as a Royal Marines Commando and in Special Operations Units. During his time in the Marines Josh deployed to Afghanistan, the Middle East and got to experience

Joe Winch

On the 21st May 2019 Joe Winch stood on top of the world unable to quite believe that he had actually made it. Climbing Mount Everest is a remarkable achievement

Matt Drake

In December 2016, Corporal Matt Drake was left paralysed from chest level down after an accident whilst deployed with 42 Commando Royal Marines. Find out how we were able to

Mark Ormrod MBE

In the early hours of Christmas Eve 2007, Royal Marines Commando, Mark Ormrod was out on a routine foot patrol in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan when he stepped on and