James Dunning

JAMES DUNNING was one of the original volunteers for No. 4 Commando. Commissioned in 1943, he became an instructor at the famous Commando Training Centre in Achnacarry, Scotland. As a regular soldier he served in Palestine, the Korean War, Cyprus and at Suez. He retired from the Army in 1958 and was vice-president of The Commando Association. He lives in Romsey, Hampshire.