Robert Mullan

Robert Mullan (ret’d) was born in Montreal in 1957. He began his military career in 1974 with the Black Watch, and later transferred to the 48th Highlanders of Canada. Upon graduating from George Brown College in Toronto, he joined the Regular Force as a Direct Entry in 1982. Over the years, he has been posted to Kingston, Calgary, Mill Cove and Ottawa. As well as two tours of the Golan Heights, he has been to Alert and to the former Yugoslavia. He has also had previous attached postings in Norway and West Germany. He is married with three children and has recently retired from the Forces (March 2003). He is presently attending classes at Algonquin College in the Applied Museum Studies program. MCpl Mullan (ret’d) started cartooning in his spare time while on tour in Yugoslavia in 1995. He has since taken several classes at the Ottawa School of Art and his work has appeared in numerous publications across Canada. Two cartoons are presently in the Canadian War Museum’s permanent war art collection. Robert would like to let our readers know that he is available for commissioned works (e.g., retirement, or posting gifts, personalized cartoons, or Regimental Christmas cards). In the fall, he will release a book of his cartoons.

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