2500 Gurkha guards recruited directly from source
Gurkha’s are best known for their history of bravery and strength in the Indian and the British Army’s Brigade of Gurkha’s.
On 1 November 1814, British-India declared war on Nepal. The warfare and courage of the Nepalese soldiers so impressed the British Army officers that they began to enlist them onto their side. Thus the Legend of the Gurkha’s was born. the Motto ” It is better to die than to be a coward” 200,000 Enlisted in the First world war. One tenth never returned home. Again 250,000 enlisted to serve the British Crown. Ghurka’s have fought in every conflict that involved the British. To date more Gurkha’s have been awarded the Victoria Cross than any infantry.
We are proud to have this opportunity of affiliation with what we believe to be the most feared and loyal fighting force around. Corporate Measures now have access to 2500 Gurkha guards recruited directly from source to carry out all aspects of security. Gurkha guards available for all aspects of security and currently utilized effectively by Corporate Measures in South East Asia, residential security and on Pipelines and compounds globally.
Peacekeeping & Conflict Mitigation
Currently utilized to develop a protective security shield for mining perimeter areas and with special attention, to all possible external threats that may influence the normal day to day mining activities..
We have at our disposal fully trained domestic staff such as butlers, maids, kitchen staff etc that are fully trained in security awareness and residential security techniques. Our business staff, who consist of executive aids, personal assistants etc are also trained in security awareness and office security techniques. All the above staff are all fully qualified in their respective fields with the added advantage of our unique security training.
- Peacekeeping & Conflict Mitigation.
Residential or Retail security.
Trained domestic staff.
Mining & Perimeter control.
Over 45,000 died in the World Wars as part of the British army.