Award winning Contingent Commander retires
Posted on July 27, 2016
Dulwich College Contingent Commander retires
Lt Col Geoff Rutter has this year retired from his position as the Contingent Commander of Dulwich College, a position that he has held for 15 years. Geoff joined the College in 1983 and has been a CCF Officer for over thirty years - making him the longest serving CCF Officer in the school's history. During this time, the CCF has grown in numbers and has gone from strength to strength, with over 200 cadets currently attending.
During his time at Dulwich College, Geoff and the CCF have won a series of awards and competitions, including the Air Squadron Trophy and the Guthrie Cup. Earlier this year, Geoff was presented with the CCF Contingent Commander of the Year 2015 Award by London District, and has previously been awarded a Certificate of Meritorious Service to London’s Cadets for Commissioned Officers. CCFA joins the school in congratulating Lt Col Rutter, and thanking him for his long and distinguished service in the CCF.