Friday Morning Talks: ‘Gulf War One – Tornado’
28 September at 11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Join us for another Friday Morning Talk, when we are joined by Tornado pilot Squadron Leader John Peters who will share with us his harrowing experiences during Gulf War 1.
John came to the world’s attention in January 1991, when his bruised and battered face flashed onto television screens around the world. It was his disfigured image that became a potent symbol of Saddam Hussein’s ruthless aggression. His war was not all as he expected – it became a seven-week ordeal of torture and interrogation, testing John to the absolute limit and bringing him close to death.
By Sqn Ldr John Peters
About John Peters
John is an experienced speaker of international repute to corporates, public sector and charities. He was the sole reader representing the British Armed Forces at the National Gulf Memorial Service, in front of Her Majesty, The Queen and presented the Sir James Martin Lecture at the Royal Aeronautical Society in the presence of Prince Philip and followed Mr Nelson Mandela on stage in South Africa. He has written two best-selling books and the documentary, ‘Tornado Down’ was Independent Documentary of the Year and a BAFTA Award Nominee. He has extensive international TV, radio, PR and media experience.
Included in Museum admission, or £3 donation. Booking not required, simply come along on the day.