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Lally - Maritime Security - Ashington, Northumberland, UK

Mark Lally

Ashington, Northumberland, UK


A highly motivated, dynamic, capable, versatile, reliable and professional individual with 10 years Military experience and countless Board and Search operations in the Gulf, as well as in the Caribbean. Able to integrate and work well as a member of a team, or as an individual and adapt to a variety of situations. Communicates well with others, is forward thinking with notable success in solving problems.


Maritime Security

Work History

Weapons Engineer

Royal Navy

June 2011 - June 2011

Responsible for maintaining the missile system as well as the radar system that tracks the missile to its target. This role is a very demanding role as it is one of the main systems on the ship. It involves system diagnostics as well as ensuring that all the missiles are not damaged in any way, and that all associated equipment is working properly. another role I undertook required me to fire and maintain the close range weaopnson onboard


Royal Navy

June 2010 - June 2011

Responsible for ensuring that the other members of the office had the correct paperwork for the serials that they were doing. This role involved designating areas for safety. Also listing the ships participating in the serials and adjacent area activity, what the threat was and weapons involved. It also involved liaising with other department to obtain certain information which they required.


Royal Navy

March 2010 - June 2010

Responsible for 30 other junior rates who were on hold over or medically downgraded in HMS Collingwood. This involved mustering them three times a day and detailing them off to do different jobs within the establishment. This role was quite demanding as it involved a lot of liaising between departments all over the naval base, including the Commodores Secretary to the Physical Training Staff. One of my most responsible jobs was sorting out 12 people to act as crowd control and to hoist the flag in Fareham town centre for Armed forces week in 2009. This meant ensuring their uniform was immaculate and that they knew their roles as well as received adequate training from the ceremonial training department.


Royal Navy

April 2006 - October 2008

My main role was one of the Internal Communications Maintainers. This involved making sure that uninterrupted communication was maintained throughout the ship via Telephones as well as on the internal communication system (R.I.C.E). As well as rigging and setting up the shore telephone line so that when we were alongside we could receive incoming and outgoing calls, and also acted as a member of the duty watch alongside and at sea.


Royal Navy

April 2001 - April 2006

Responsible for compiling and updating a surface and air picture on RADAR out to the maximum range of the equipment involved. This involved manning the upper deck weapons which ranged from medium range to close range weapons. It also required me to work on one of the upper deck parts of ship to bring the ship to anchor or alongside, as well as controlling access to the ship by being an armed security on the gangway, and various other armed duties and responsibilities, and also acted as a member of the duty watch alongside and at sea.

Qualifications & Certifications

Maritime warfare school

John of Gaunt

Securewest International

Sea survival school

Institute of leadership and management

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