MBE for Army engineer who delivered 100-bed Ebola treatment unit in 8 weeks

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A British soldier from the Corps of Royal Engineers who delivered a 100-bed Ebola Treatment Unit in eight weeks in Sierra Leone is to be recognised with an MBE in the latest Operational Honours and Awards list for ‘demonstrating maturity and leadership far beyond his rank’, it has been announced.

Chilwell-based Staff Sergeant Adam Marshall, aged 37, stepped into a role normally filled by an experienced Captain. Taking command of a remote Forward Operating Base (FOB), he rapidly built a close-knit team that displayed the highest standards of discipline and military professionalism.

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