We have really enjoyed working with the athletes, trainers and members of the public and are proud to be here representing the Naval Service

Able Seaman Liam Steel and Able Seaman Dean Martin from HMS Eaglet

The Commanding Officer of Govan, Op Comet Lieutenant Commander Keith Jones showed Commodore Jameson and Air Vice Marshall Bishop, Air Officer Commanding 38 Group, how the venue had been converted to its new function before delivering a presentation on how Op Comet was being managed and delivered.

The visit continued to the Ibrox stadium, home to the rugby 7s for the Games, to see how security was being managed there with the military officers given the chance to step onto the famous turf. This time the group also included Major Gus Cameron of the 7th Battalion Royal Regiment of Scotland.

At the Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, a large complex being used for a variety of sports events, Cdre Jameson also saw Naval Reservists working alongside their regular counterparts in scanning bags and searching guests and vehicles. 

Able Seaman Liam Steel and Able Seaman Dean Martin from HMS Eaglet said: “We have really enjoyed working with the athletes, trainers and members of the public and are proud to be here representing the Naval Service.


AndrewJameson

Ex-regular Reserve

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