The Legion of Frontiersmen Far East Command covers the same geographic jurisdiction pre and post-world war and is bounded by China in the north, west and East Asia and Indonesia in the south. The Far East Command comprises airborne and rescue regiments with frontiersmen across countries in Asia. Frontiersmen and frontierswomen participate in military and non military events which includes tactical training in Europe and Asia, military time performance trials in Netherland, parachute training and jumps worldwide, tactical combat casualty care (TCCC) and tactical trainings in Thailand, shooting competitions in Malaysia, volunteer law enforcement trainings, visits and conferences in United States and medical first aid and basic life support trainings in Singapore. A Commander Far East Command is assisted by headquarters principal staff officers, and comprises an airborne regiment, a rescue regiment and medical regiment. The Far East Command operates with centralised policy and training competency design, and decentralised enrolment and organisation of military skill certification and non-military trainings.
TCCC Training in Bangkok (Oct 2017)
The Frontiersmen Pegasus Company was named after drawing inspiration from the historic achievement of the P- Company in the British Armed Forces. The P Coy in the BAF run the Pre-Parachute Selection course for trainee parachute regiment soldiers and officers. Today, the Frontiersmen Pegasus company has a company strength size commanded by an Officer commanding (OC) and Sergeant Major (SM). All frontiersmen and frontierswomen in Pegasus company with certified jump experiences and/or have verified jump records can be presented a legion of frontiersmen jump wings and wear a red/ dark maroon beret with the frontiersmen crest. The symbol of the Pegasus represents the free spirit of all frontiersmen who volunteers, the khaki green honours frontiersmen who fought in the battlefield and the Pegasus’s wings represents freedom in the skies for all airborne troopers.
Frontiersmen at Cambodia Airborne Jumps (May 2018)
Command appointments for Pegasus Company
Officer Commanding: Lieutenant James Mansfield, LF
James Mansfield is a headhunter. He serves in the army reserves and received National Servicemen of the year in 2018. He participates in jump activities in Southeast Asia and military trials in Europe and recently completed static and free falls in jump activities in Europe and Asia.
Sergeant Major: WO2 Muzzamir Ismail, LF
Muzzamir Ismail is a fitness consultant and a trained paramedic. He has 12 years of active military service and continues as army reserves. He participates in jump activities in Southeast Asia and recently completed static jump activities in Europe and Asia.
The Rescue Company comprises frontiersmen with search and rescue capabilities, maritime domain or medical and life support training. Today, the Rescue has a company strength size commanded by an Officer commanding (SM) and Sergeant Major (SM). All frontiersmen and frontierswomen in Rescue company are encouraged to acquire and adopt a rescue skill and/or dive capability should a search and rescue mission requires the services of frontiersmen. Frontiersmen wear a navy blue beret with the frontiersmen crest. The symbol of the flying fish and a parachute represents the broad skillset to complete any rescue mission in the sky or in the sea. The red represents the first aid and medical support until mission success and the ethos of whatever it takes
Frontiersmen in TMPT Netherlands (May 2018)
Command appointments for Rescue Company
Officer Commanding: Captain Kevin Ho, LF
Kevin Ho is financial technology specialist. He retired from service in the army reserves and continues to serve in the Police Coast Guard as a volunteer special constabulary officer.
Sergeant Major: WO2 Dion Gan, LF
Dion Gan is a swimming coach and fitness specialist. He serves in the army reserves and concurrently serves in the Police Coast Guard as a volunteer special constabulary officer.