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The Revd. Stuart Hallam is an Anglican Royal Navy Chaplain, notable for being one of the handful of Commando Trained chaplains.

Hallam was born in 1966 and graduated from Wolfson College, Cambridge in 1999. He trained for the ministry at Westcott House, Cambridge, and was ordained in 1999,[1] when he became Curate of St. Mary's Battersea.[2] After joining the Royal Navy as a Chaplain he undertook Commando Training, where his progress through the course and his struggles to overcome injury were featured on the television programme "Chaplain RN".[3]

He was awarded the ‘Green Beret’ on 11 July 2003[4]

In 2007, whilst serving with 40 Commando in Afghanistan,[5] he was featured in the Daily Mail during a debate on whether Chaplains should be armed.[6]


  1. ^ Petertide Ordinations in Southwark - Diocesan Press Release
  2. ^ Crockford's Clerical Directory, 2002-2003 ed.
  3. ^ Chaplain RN - LocateTV
  4. ^ Wolfson College Magazine 2002-2004, No. 28
  5. ^ No peace for Marines on Christmas patrol - Telegraph
  6. ^ Navy chaplains want right to carry weapons to protect themselves against the Taliban | Mail Online


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