Tom, from Maghull, is among a team of mechanical engineers from the Royal Air Force who have been selected to carry the RAF 100 Baton across the country to celebrate the service’s centenary.
They will be taking the baton with them as they attempt to complete the ‘three peaks’ challenge in 24 hours for charity.
Tom Carr, 22, will be among a team of ten who will take on the challenge, climbing Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Mount Snowdon.
The specially designed baton set off on a journey around the UK and abroad on April 1 and will be carried by different volunteers that all have a connection to the RAF, and will visit 100 sites around the UK associated with the service.
The team will be raising money for the four main RAF charities, which are: The RAF Benevolent Fund; The Royal Air Forces Association; the RAF Museum; and RAF Charitable Trust.
The RAF 100 Baton will be delivered to The Queen in London on July 10 at Horse Guard’s Parade.
The group are all based at Number 4 School of Technical Training at MOD St Athan. The group are training to be general technicians.
Tom said: “We will be pushing ourselves to the extreme to climb the three highest mountains in the UK in under 24 hours.
“It will be tough, but being part of the RAF 100 Baton Relay and also raising money for the RAF 100 appeal is a great privilege for us all.”
The team will set off from MOD St Athan in Wales on June 15 and stay overnight at Lochaber Air Cadet Squadron.
They will then tackle Ben Nevis first, followed by Scafell Pike and then Snowdon.
Tom added: “I am doing this because it is important to remember and thank the veterans who fought and died for the sake of our country, and the Air Force.
“It is also important to thank the people serving today in uncertain times and also to inspire the next generation to ensure the Royal Air Force can last another century.”