Charles H Wroth served in the British Airborne’s, 3rd Battalion the Parachute Regiment culminating in 6 years exemplary service, ending with a voluntary honourable discharge. His military service formed a foundation from which to build his career in private security. During his time Charles served on 2 tours of duty to Afghanistan, as part of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) and International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) on Operation Herrick 8 (2008) and Herrick 13 (2010-2011).
Whilst in the Army he excelled at various courses and promoted to Junior non-Commissioned officer, and was made a Communications (Signals) Detachment Commander. Within this role, during operations he managed telecoms effectiveness, serviceability and accountability of an equipment account estimated at a value of GBP £2.7 Million and safeguarded NATO Secret Level Cleared cryptographic material. During operational tasking’s Charles would plan, coordinate, report and manage communications and chains of information through company, battalion and group ranks. This was a highly kinetic tour of duty, and ended with much appraisal from hierarchy for initiative used and gold standard equipment accounts during hand over.
Once returning from Herrick 13 he conducted communications training to signallers and new recruits joining the battalion as a subject matter expert in his field. During his time Charles was also tasked on the London 2012 Olympics as an access control team leader, conducted overseas training exercises in Kenya, and represented his regiment in rugby league and tug-of-war.
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