Sven Goran Duran-Duran
|I, Field Marshal Artela, Minister of Defence, hereby award Sven Goran Duran-Duran membership to the Distinguished Service Order as conferred by the United Kingdom Military Honours Committee.|
Although original born into the South West of the UK, Sven is usually found in London due to his military commitments. He found his way into the old Royal Navy quickly and remained in the British Armed Forces.
Politically, Sven was originally a member of the The Unity Party and was elected as MP for NE England for a term. However, Sven chose to concentrate on his blossoming Army career and apart from the odd House of Lords debate, left politics behind.
Sven started at the bottom and worked his way up.
Originally placed on the HMS Katana under Captain Rawdon in the old Royal Navy, Sven was eventually offered his own ship - the HMS Belfast which he commanded until her retirement when the old Royal Navy was dissolved.
Sven then took over the Royal Anglian Regiment, Infantry Division of the newly formed British Army. After an opening appeared in the Royal Armoured Corps, however, Sven transferred.
Sven was then drafted into the Royal Logistics Corps, which he went on to run.
His efforts did not go unnoticed and he was rewarded with the command of the whole Armoured Corps which he commanded until the reform of the British Army into Transformers-themed Divisions.
Sven was then appointed the head of the Autobots Division of the British Army, commanding 3 regiments of soldiers.
Post-Reform, Sven was then given the honour of heading up the new Royal Navy.
Sven had a brief political career as a Congressman for NE England. He stood as a The Unity Party candidate. Sven's time mostly involved fighting over a proposed House of Lords but he became distracted by his burgeoning military career. He, therefore, decided not to pursue his political career until he could spend more time on it.
Sven, however, fell out with The Unity Party over its treatment of Army Command during the Army/Congress wars of 2010. He joined the Radical Freethinkers Alliance where he was a passive member. Later he joined People's Communist Party.
In May 2014 he joined W orkers' Rights Party.
Captain Tom Morgan
|Commanding Officer, HMS Belfast Royal Navy||Ship decommissioned|
|New office||Commanding Officer, Royal Anglian Regiment, Infantry
Holding Lieutenant Colonel rank
| Succeeded by|
Lt. Colonel Ryan Bewick
|Commanding Officer, Royal Tank Regiment|| Succeeded by|
|New office||Staff Officer, Royal Logistics Corps|| Succeeded by|
|General Officer Commanding, Royal Logistics Corps||Disbanded|
Maj-General Ryan Bewick
|General Officer Commanding, Royal Armoured Corps||Disbanded|
|New office||General Officer Commanding, Autobots||Disbanded|
|New office||Commander-in-Chief Naval Forces, Royal Navy
Holding Rear Admiral rank
| Succeeded by|
Rear Admiral John F Baker