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In support of the Commando Spirit Appeal on behalf of the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund our Corps Security team of staff will be taking on various Commando Spirit challenges to raise funds starting this year with "Escape the Dunker" - the formidable simulation of a helicopter crash at sea all Royal Marines have to face as part of their grueling training to earn their green beret  We will be taking on commando style tests and activities, testing our mettle against impossible odds, made possible by the training from our Royal Marine buddies. We will be showing our courage and commitment to all Royal Marines, who do just that every day of their serving lives.

The Commando Spirit Appeal on behalf of the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund aims to raise £1million by 2014 and Corps Security has pledged to help them do just that. As a company, Corps Security has committed to support the Commando Spirit Appeal for the full three years of the campaign and to endeavour to raise £45,000. The RMCTF helps Royal Marines who are wounded or injured and supports those returning from operations and their families and sadly but importantly provides grants to those whose loved ones die in service.

Other than our name, there are many close links between Corps Security and the Royal Marines (or the Corps as they refer to themselves.)

Our current President, Lieutenant General Sir Henry Beverley KCB OBE, was the Commandant General for the Marines between 1990 and 1994 – an honor that was also bestowed upon Lieutenant General Sir Robert Fulton KBE, a Trustee of Corps Security, between 1998 and 2001.   Our Chairman, Mr. Clive Ward, also served in the Royal Marines and very many of our front-line staff also wore the coveted Green Beret with pride.

Our relationship was further strengthened when we were awarded the contract to provide security staff to help protect six RM barracks in the South West of England back in 2009.  Under the exceptional management of Nick Underwood (who himself reached the rank of Lieutenant Colonel in the Marines) we currently deploy around 145 Officers across the Royal Marines establishments  at Stonehouse Barracks, The Royal Citadel, Bickleigh Barracks, Norton Manor, Chivenor and the Commando Training Centre at Lympstone. Indeed, our team at Norton Manor has just won the prestigious BSIA Team of the Year award for their excellent performance in 2010.


In line with our original operating ethos of employing ex-military personnel on their return from conflict (very often injured) we currently work closely with the Haslar Company, the RM Group responsible for finding civilian placement opportunities for injured Marines returning from Afghanistan, a relationship that we are keen to develop further as we employ more staff from this source. 

Help us help Commando Spirit make the impossible possible by donating and supporting our efforts. Now that's the spirit.

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Raised: 18%

Team target: £15,000.00

Raised so far: £2,729.50

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