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LAURIE MANSFIELD Star awarded: June 16, 2011 Chairman of the British Forces Foundation, which books entertainers to cheer up and entertain troops while on active service abroad.
Held in an engineering tent at the camp's vehicle park, the night-time concert was organised by The British Forces Foundation (BFF) charity as part of a three-day tour visiting soldiers.
He also entertains British service personnel around the world and in 1999 he founded and became leader of The British Forces Foundation charity.
All profits from this updated and lyrically-reworked version of a true fan favourite are being donated equally to the British Forces Foundation and Help For Heroes charities.
Elliot impressed the band so much they got him to bark "stand up and fight" on the single, out on September 26 to raise money for charity the British Forces Foundation.
Mark Cann, from the British Forces Foundation charity, said last night: "I know we're trying to keep the Americans on side but it is going one step too far to give them credit for an extra year of fighting in the war.
Nobody has to dig any deeper into their own pockets", says Mark Cann, Director of the British Forces Foundation and Director/Company Secretary of Forcesdeal.
Michael was co-founder, with Jim Davidson, of the British Forces Foundation and was Chairman of the Foundation's inaugural ball at Grosvenor House in 1999, in London.