My name is Danny, I have served with 1PWO/1 YORKS for 11 years. Throughout my service, I faced challenges leading to the loss of hearing during my deployment on Telic 9. Despite this I showed commitment, unwavering strength and resilience to continue my service throughout.

As a servicemember, I’ve learned the value of selflessness and bravery, and these experiences have shaped me profoundly. I take great pride in my dedication to my country and my fellow comrades. Despite the obstacles, I persevere with a determined spirit and a passion for making a positive impact.

Beyond my military service, I’m an individual with diverse interests and experiences. I embrace new challenges and believe in the power of continuous growth. I’m driven by a desire to inspire and support others, and I find fulfillment in helping those around me.

After 11 years of dedicated service with 1PWO/1 YORKS, I transitioned to a new path as a rope access technician. Over the years, I’ve worked my way up to site management level, embracing new challenges and honing my skills in this field.

During a challenging period in my life, I found solace and purpose by joining the charity VetRun180. This experience has been transformative, as it helped me rediscover myself and find a sense of fulfillment through helping others. My first trip with the charity was a turning point, igniting a passion to make a positive impact on the lives of beneficiaries facing difficult times.

The journey with the charity VetRun180 has been deeply rewarding, and I’m elated to have been offered the role as a potential team leader. It’s an honor to be entrusted with this responsibility, and I’m eager to give back by supporting and guiding future beneficiaries through their own struggles.

My experiences have taught me the importance of empathy, resilience, and compassion. I’ve learned the value of camaraderie and the positive influence it can have on mental well-being. I carry these lessons with me as I continue to grow both personally and professionally, and I look forward to making a difference in the lives of others through my work and involvement with the charity.

In summary, I’m an individual who has transitioned from military service to a fulfilling career as a rope access technician, with a strong commitment to helping others through my involvement with the charity VetRun180. I’m dedicated to personal growth and making a positive impact on the lives of those facing challenges, using my experiences to inspire and support them through their dark times.