but my career, in many ways, didn't stop there.
My role in the civilian world now,
I still spend all of my working hours
supporting the military.
I work for World Fuel Services,
and I'm the military account director,
so I'm looking to provide fuel for UK military
and also for NATO forces
and other friendly allies around the globe.
And I still do a lot of Forces charity work,
so I still work very much with
the Royal Air Forces Association.
I'm the chairman of the Aylesford Malling Branch
there in Kent.
And I'm one of the counselors
on Southeastern and Eastern Area Council.
So that keeps me very much in touch.
And I also, every year, still I'm involved with
the Royal International Air Tattoo
where I'm the Air Crew Reception Center Manager.
So I've still very much got those very strong connections
and bonds with the Air Force.
Even though I've been left out at least four and half years.