|Sir Anthony Knox Dymock|
|Born||18 July 1949
Liverpool, United Kingdom
|Years of service||1971 - 2008|
|Commands held||HMS Plymouth
|Awards||Knight Commander of the Order of the British Empire
Companion of the Order of the Bath
Educated at Brighton Hove and Sussex Grammar School, University of East Anglia where he graduated in Russian and Philosophy, and the Royal Naval College Dartmouth, Dymock joined the Royal Navy in 1971. After serving in the Falklands War and being promoted to Commander in 1985, he became Commanding Officer of HMS Plymouth in 1985, Deputy Commander of the UK Task Group during the Gulf War and Commanding Officer of HMS Cambeltown in 1992. He went on to be Commanding Officer of HMS Cornwall as well as Captain of the 2nd Frigate Squadron in 1996, Deputy Commander of Strike Force South at NATO in 2000 and Defence Attaché in Washington D. C. in 2002. His last appointment was as UK Military Representative to NATO from 2006 until he retired in 2008.
He is an alumnus of Harvard's Kennedy School Senior Executive Security Program, and has lectured on security at the National Defense University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He became a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 2005. He is also a Member of the Nautical Institute and a Freeman of the City of London.
Sir Robert Wright
|UK Military Representative to NATO
Sir David Bill