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Having passed through the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, Tom Martin was a Second Lieutenant in the Royal Artillery when the Falklands War began in 1982. As Command Post Officer of 29 (Corunna) Field Battery, he soon found himself heading to the South Atlantic. After the conflict, Tom became an Army pilot and, having transferred to the Army Air Corps, served as a flying instructor, including with the Royal Air Force’s Central Flying School, the Royal Marines Air Squadron and the Fleet Air Arm. During his military career, Tom served in the United Kingdom, Germany and Northwest Europe, Canada and the USA, the Caribbean, Kenya, Norway, Northern Ireland and the South Atlantic. After retiring from the Army in 1997, Tom became a commercial helicopter pilot, where he continues to fly for the emergency services.