Jamie Anderson made Vice-President of International Rescue Corps

International Rescue Corps has announced the appointment of Jamie Anderson as their Vice-President.

Commenting on the announcement, Jamie said: “I’m immensely proud to be carrying on the good work, and helping promote an organisation that stands for all the good things that were constant elements in Gerry Anderson shows, and look forward to doing what I can to help IRC in my new role.”

IRC’s Corps Director, Willie McMartin said “The corps has been in existence since 1981 and we will forever be indebted to Gerry Anderson all those years ago. Gerry was instrumental in getting IRC off the ground and without this help we wouldn’t have been able to continue to save lives. It is great news that Jamie is happy to support the corps and we look forward to working with him in the forthcoming years.”

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