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His maternal grandfather was the Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant-Major for the 7th Battalion Northumberland Fusiliers.
Regimental quartermaster sergeant Jason, 40, left the Army in April after a tour of duty in Afghanistan to help wife Naomi with the care of son Mason, three, who has cerebral palsy and is registered blind.
But pop success was the last thing she could think about while her husband, Regimental Quartermaster Sgt George Scott, was still away in Afghanistan.
The job descriptions of company accounting clerks and regimental quartermasters included the identification and classification of numerous costs related to the "men and materials.
In 1977 he was promoted to Captain and became the Regimental Technical Quartermaster, then in 1985 he was promoted to Major and took over the responsibilities of the Regimental Quartermaster, holding this position until 1988 when he was posted on loan service to the Hong Kong Volunteers as Quartermaster.
In 1939 he quickly rallied to the Colours, and his ability brought him rapid promotion to regimental quartermaster sergeant (RQMS) of the Regina Rifles.
Regimental Quartermaster Sergeant Graeme Smith, 36, from Irvine, in Ayrshire, said: "He was scrawny, undernourished and scared stiff of anyone he saw.
When he retired in 1972 after serving in the Territorial Army as a regimental quartermaster sergeant major at the drill hall in Crewe, he should have received another medal for his long service.