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Emet Award Recipient Colonel Richard Kemp
Colonel Richard Kemp has spent most his life fighting terrorism commanding British troops in Iraq, Afghanistan, the Balkans and Northern Ireland.
As commander of British Forces in Afghanistan he formed an unconventional force of British troops and US Marines in 2003, which significantly degraded enemy capability.
Since retiring from the Army, Col. Kemp has been a counter-terrorism advisor to the House of Commons, and in New York and Mumbai; a Senior Associate Fellow of the Royal United Services Institute and a board member of Friends of Israel Initiative, Advancing Human Rights and NGO Monitor.
A columnist for the London Times, Col. Kemp writes for national and international newspapers and contributes to TV and radio news programs.
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