Sir Mark's upbring was a typical upbring in 1960's New Zealand although due to his father serving in the New Zealand Army Sir Mark's Family moved around the north of Wellington a bit. As a child Sir Mark was interested in athletics and was once a member of the Featherston branch of Little Athletics along with his sister Rt. Hon. Helen Fowler MHC. Sir Mark as child also enjoyed fishing with his father either at Petone from the Bridge or Queens wharf in Wellington.
During the Early 1970's Sir Mark and his Family moved to Australia. As a Teenager Sir Mark was popular and had many friends, though Sir Mark's Interest in sport had not changed with Sir Mark playing both Rugby Union and League but Sir Mark refused to play AFL.
Sir Mark Joined the Royal Australian Navy (RAN) in 1980 and left it in 1985, having served on the HMAS Melbourne (CVS-21) and the HMAS Hobart (DDG 39).
On March 1 2010 HM King Anthony appointed Sir Mark as an Admiral and Chief of Naval Operations within the Kingdom.
Sir Mark is a staunch supporter of proper military procedure and manners and has modeled the KOZNS on theRoyal Navy and the Royal Australian Navy. Under Sir Mark's Leadership the Kingdom of Zealandia Naval Service (KOZNS) has grown to become the largest and most organised military branch in the Kingdom of Zealandia.
In May 2010 Sir Mark founded the National People's Party of Zealandia (NPP). The NPP then went on to win the second most amount of seats in the 2010 General Election and Sir Mark became leader of His Majesty's most loyal opposition.
Sir Mark is rather unique in his political standing and this was highlighted when he helped the Government defeat a motion of no confidence in August 2010. Sir Mark believes in being an honest and fair politican and a loyal serviceman.
On October 12 2010 Sir Mark was sworn in as the First Minister of the Kingdom of Zealandia after the incumbent Sir Robert Kennedy resigned.
Awards and DecorationsEdit
In order of Precedence:
- Member of the King's Executive Council (entitled to use the the title: The Right Honourable)
- Cross of Zealandia (Post Nominals: CZ)
- Knight of the Order of the White Cane (Post Nominals: OWC)
- Officer of the Order of Zealandia (Post Nominals: OKOZ)
- Zealandian Police Ribbon (Post Nominals: ZPR)
- Australian Defence Medal
- King's Citation
Sir Marks Ribbon Bar:
June 12 1960- 1980: Mr. Mark Fowler
1980- 1982: Seaman Mark Fowler
1982- 1985: Able Seaman Mark Fowler
1985- March 1 2010: Mr. Mark Fowler
March 1 2010- March 2 2010: Admiral Mark Fowler KOZNS
March 2- March 10 2010: Admiral The Right Honourable Mark Fowler KOZNS
March 10- April 2 2010: His Excellency Admiral The Right Honourable Mark Fowler KOZNS Governor of Gargarge Province
April 2 2010- June 18 2010: His Excellency Admiral The Right Honourable Sir Mark Fowler OWC KOZNS Governor of Gargarge Province
June 18 2010- August 28 2010: His Excellency Admiral The Right Honourable Sir Mark Fowler MHC OWC KOZNS Governor of Gargarge Province
August 28- 9 September 2010: His Excellency Admiral The Right Honourable Sir Mark Fowler MHC CZ OWC KOZNS Governor of Gargarge Province
9 September 2010-12 October 2010: Admiral The Right Honourable Sir Mark Fowler MHC CZ OWC KOZNS
12 October 2010-Present: Admiral the Right Honourable Sir Mark Fowler MHC CZ OWC KOZNS, First Minister of the Kingdom of Zealandia