The audience in the HMS Neptune Super Mess listening to Jason Fox

The audience in the HMS Neptune Supermess listening to Jason Fox

Jason Fox, known for his role on the TV series SAS: Who Dares Wins, delivered an engaging and inspiring talk to over 750 military and civilian staff at HMNB Clyde.

As a former Royal Marine Commando and Special Boat Service member, Jason shared his personal journey and focused on mental health throughout his military career. His visit included a tour of key facilities, and an American-themed street food event.

The events aim to enhance the well-being of the personnel at HMNB Clyde by providing valuable insights and inspiration. Lieutenant Brett Wild, who organised the event, expressed his delight with the turnout and highlighted the positive impact on the base’s cohesion.

These performance talks, which began in January with JJ Chalmers also a former Royal Marine, will continue to explore human performance through talks by experts and inspiring personal stories.

It was a real honour to be asked to go and visit the Royal Navy, Royal Marines and all other personnel that make up HMNB Clyde. It was great to talk and reconnect with a community that means so much to me.

Jason Fox

Jason fox during his visit to the SMERAS Training Facility

Jason during his visit to the SMERAS Training Facility

Wild weather is simulated in the pool at SMERAS

Wild weather is simulated in the pool at SMERAS

Sent by: Royal Navy, Communications & Influence (RNCI) Regional Press Office (Scotland & Northern Ireland), HM Naval Base Clyde.


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