Farewell Captain Bob Hallum

Bob Hallum with balloons

Battalion Quartermaster Captain Bob Hallum has retired as a member of the Professional Support Staff for The Black Watch Battalion Army Cadet Force.

On 28 February, Bob retired having supported the Battalion for 20 years. Additionally, he was the Detachment Commander at Auchterarder for five years. On behalf of the Battalion and all at Highland Reserve Forces’ and Cadets’ Association, we wish him all the best for a well-earned retirement.

Bob takes down the Battalion Flag at Queen’s Barracks in Perth for the last time as a member of the PSS for The Black Watch Battalion ACF.

Battalion Cadet Executive Officer Major Andy Potter said: “Personally, Bob has been a great support to me over the last six and a half years and for that I am exceptionally grateful. I also know that my predecessor was extremely well supported by Bob throughout their time together as PSS. Throughout his tenure Bob has been a key member of a very small team, over many years he has worked unassumingly and tirelessly behind the scenes to assist many CFAV and Cadets achieve the Cadet Experience. On behalf of The Black Watch Battalion Army Cadet Force, I would sincerely like to wish Bob and his wife Heather a very long and happy retirement.”

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