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 Vital Stats
The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Most admires:Charles de Gaulle
Dream job(s):Soldier
Favorite era(s):1700s
Favorite TV show(s):The Civil War
Favorite food(s):Rations
Favorite great leader(s):Napoleon,  Erwin Rommel,  Oliver Cromwell
Favorite royal(s):Franz Ferdinand,  King Shaka Zulu
Interest(s):Historical Reenactment
Likes to wear:Army uniforms
Favorite destination(s):Ireland,  Ireland
Favorite political figure(s):Oliver Cromwell,  Charles Talleyrand
Favorite quote(s):"We are not retreating - we are advancing in another Direction." - General Douglas MacArthur (1880-1964)
 Expert Talk
The Brain has selected interesting relevant sentences from the web. It automatically assigned them to some of our fictitious experts based on their personalities.

Brian Mengel,
Civil Servant

Thanks are due to the Press officers serving the Northern Ireland Office, the British Army and RUC Information Offices between 1976 - 1982, who provided the comprehensive statistical data required to perform the quantitative analysis outlined in section 5.
Dave Simons,
Internet Entrepeneur

The British Army's entire fleet of Lynx Mk9 helicopters is undergoing a navigation and GPS system enhancement programme, under Thales Avionics Ltd's contract to supply its AMS 2000 Control Display Navigation Units (CDNUs) with embedded (Y) code GPS module and associated equipment.
Paddy McGuinness,

Seamus Ludlow was abducted and murdered, shot three times at point blank range, by members of the British Army's locally recruited and overwhelmingly Protestant and Loyalist Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR) and the outlawed Red Hand Commando murder gang on the night of 1st and 2nd May 1976.
Seamus Ludlow's British Army (Ulster Defence Regiment)/Loyalist killers from north Down were never brought to justice on either side of the Irish border, while the innocent victim's good name and his family were smeared.
Seamus was murdered by members of the British Army's locally recruited and overwhelmingly Loyalist Ulster Defence Regiment (UDR) and the outlawed Red Hand Commando murder gang.
Khalid Binalshibh,
Taxi Driver

British navies, armies, and merchants, have penetrated to the most distant Indies sent thither, under the controlling power of Prince Messiah, that the Bible Society might be furnished with facilities, for the circulation of the scriptures among the people of Borneo and New Holland.
Jack Crawford,
WWII Veteran

The British National Society for Aid to the Sick and Wounded in War was formed and rendered aid and relief to both warring armies during the Franco-Prussian War and in subsequent wars and campaigns during the 19th century under the protection of the red cross emblem.
Doyle of the Royal Irish Regiment was awarded the British Army's Distinguished Conduct Medal for bravery in action during 1901 (The widespread gallantry of Irish Soldiers during the Boer War moved Queen Victoria to found the Irish Guards Regiment.
This is a recreation from a small photograph of a piece made in the 1940's in India, and presented to the Argylls Regiment of the British Army by the Indian Army regiment who had shared an action in Italy during the Second World War.
Josh Hogan,

It was built in the 1860's and finished in the 1870's by the British Army's Royal Engineers, when the United Kingdom believed hawkish elements in the USA were conspiring to seize the Royal Naval Dockyard in retaliation for the role British ships played in helping the Confederate forces and using Bermuda as one of their ports.
Shown are well known units such as the Continental Army, American Marines, Hessians and the British 38th Regiment of Foot grenadiers.
The 98th Foot was a British infantry army unit raised in 1824 as the 2nd Battalion of the North Staffordshire Regiment.
 User Talk
Comments from our users:
Kirk Wellington
2005-02-07 20:20:28
My uncle was Ernest George Wellington, Killed at the battle of Cambrai, France on October 11, 1918. I am looking for any information regarding his service record and any other information. I understand he is buried in the Wellington Cemetary, Cambrai France. Would you perhaps have any further information? Please advise. Thank you, Kirk Wellington
2005-02-23 12:03:22
how do i join
Daniel Nartey
2005-03-08 19:10:24
how do i join am from ghana
2005-09-06 01:45:29
What action can someone with a child take to the father of the child being in the army?
Mary Bateman
2007-04-14 04:54:43
Grandfather killed & buried at la plus (Douve) where is this Grave stiuated in France
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