Colour Sergeant 002 (Bloody Sunday)
Colour Sergeant 002 was a soldier in the Headquarters Company of 1 Battalion, the Parachute Regiment (1 PARA) in 1972. On Bloody Sunday, he was in the composite platoon "Guinness Force" attached the Support Company, 1 PARA.
The Saville Report concluded:
- We are sure that either Private L or Private M, members of Composite Platoon who had taken up positions at the low walls of the Kells Walk ramp, shot Kevin McElhinney as he was crawling south from the rubble barricade away from the soldiers. Both probably fired at him on the orders of one or perhaps two nearby non-commissioned officers, Colour Sergeant 002 and Corporal 039.
- Colour Sergeant 002 evidence, Bloody Sunday Inquiry.