Lt Colonel David Stirling DSO. Founder of the SAS (Special Air Service). Stirling often led from the front, during hit-and-run operations and organised deals to sell British weapons and military personnel to other countries after the war and was the founder of the PMC (Private Military Company) KAS International.
Stirling Castle, Scotland, is one of the largest and most important castles, both historically and architecturally, in Scotland. Several Scottish Kings and Queens have been crowned at Stirling, including Mary, Queen of Scots, in 1542.
Loch Ard , in the Trossachs, is probably one of the most photographed locations in Central Scotland, especially in the autumn.. described as the 'highlands in miniature', it has all the elements of Scotland in a small, but beautiful area.
Reg Seekings died16/3/1999 was one of the original members of L Detachment SAS Brigade, founded by David Stirling in North Africa in July 1941. Reg Seekings was involved in their first operation to parachute 64 troops in the Gazala area. High winds caused havoc and, of the 64 who dropped, only 21 returned that night including Reg Seekings.