As an organisation that is run on military lines (Often described by many as a “Benign dictatorship”), no one will deny that most of what we do and the support and co-operation given by all our members makes everything possible. It is also true that our Officers and NCO's provide the channels through which our direction and leadership flows. It works for the real army and it seems to work for us.
The Colonel has been in command of the regiment since its formation in 2000. Promoted in 2013 to the rank of Brigadier General on the Allied Staff, in January 2016 to Major General in Command of the British Division of the Allied Army.
Captain Paul Nicholls
Promoted to Captain at the end of 2016 in recognition of his leadership (And survival) of a Folorn Hope at Burgos 2016. Made Lieutenant in 2014 after serving in the ranks and showing great promise. Paul assumes the role of 2ic of the Regiment.
Sergeant Steve Hars
Steve, our senior NCO, as well as running the Sections with his customary "iron will" also doubles up as one of our Buglers’ when we need him.
Ensign Matthew Edson (Reg. Colour)
Raised from the ranks at the end of 2016 , no one is quite sure why. Matt is the newest addition to the officers mess and the latest example of the Colonel’s policy of raising good men from the ranks.
Ensign Simon Hendley (King's Colour)
Simon is the original Regiment’s Ensign (Bearer of the King's colour). Although a junior Officer of the regiment, he is charged with one of its greatest responsibilities - guarding the most important symbol of the Regiment.
Corporal Richard Dear
No 2 Section
Corporal Justin Griffiths
No. 1 Section
Behind many a good man is a ………
Without the invaluable support of one’s better half there is no doubt that few of those officers or NCOs would be able to do what they do, as often as they do, without companionship and support without equal.
Colonel Edwin Parker Commanding Officer - 44th East Essex