Lieutenant General Sir Mark Mans KCB CBE DL
Lieutenant General Sir Mark Mans was commissioned into the Corps of Royal Engineers in 1974 and in a military career lasting over 38 years saw regimental and operational service worldwide and held a variety of high level appointments, including Deputy Commanding General Multi-National Corps – Iraq, Military Secretary and Adjutant General.
He retired from the Army in 2012 and is now pursuing a portfolio career. He holds non-executive positions in various companies, is a Deputy Lieutenant of Hampshire, and is currently the Chief Royal Engineer. He is also a Patron of Veterans in Action, a Patron of the Defense Medical Welfare Service, a Vice Patron of the Ulysses Trust, and a Trustee of the Nuffield Trust.