Harry Taylor

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"Harry served with the 45 Commando Royal Marines and 22nd Special Air Service (SAS) Regiment operating worldwide. He has vast experience in the commercial security world and was involved in an international anti-poaching operation in Southern Africa. He has undertaken kidnap and ransom training, private security detachment work, and instructional roles in a wide range of disciplines. He is qualified as a high alpine mountain guide (IFMGA) and continues to lead regular mountain adventures. Harry completed the first traverse of the ‘Pinnacles’ on Mount Everest’s ENE Ridge with Russell Brice in 1988, and summited Everest without supplementary oxygen in 1993. A former instructor at the King Abdullah II Special Operations Training Center (KASOTC) Harry has trained counter-terrorism and special operations forces. Harry is CEO of the tactical adventure company Mission X, specialising in leadership and development, film/television consulting, and extreme vacations. He has recently used his considerable expertise to bring about the best outcomes in anti-poaching projects in DR Congo and Swaziland for the Agency. Harry is also actively seeking support for the Agency from various high profile individuals and bodies in the USA."[1]

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  1. Endangered Species Protection Agency Team, organizational web page, accessed March 14, 2019.