|number of missions||6 (Mission 1 1 Paris, Mission 2 2 Dublin, Mission 3 3 Stockholm, Mission 5 5 Genoa, Mission 7 7 Barcelona, Mission 10 10 Zürich)|
|missions commanded||1 (Mission 7 7 Barcelona)|
|destinations selected||Florence, Scottish Highlands, 5 Toulouse, 18 Berlin, 7 Barcelona, 23 Copenhagen, 18 Berlin, Bern, Warsaw, 18 Berlin, 21 Budapest,--|
|average finishing position in draws||4.91 (--,6,4,1,3,1,6,4,4,7,7,11,--,--,--,--)|
|best finish in a draw||1st (twice, Mission 4 4 Salzburg and Mission 6 6 Heidelberg)|
|worst finish in a draw||11th (Mission 12 12 Helsinki)|
Amal would have to be credited with some of the best one-liners so far on the Colonel's breaks. His cries of "Where the f**k's the Liffey?", "Guys let's worship!", "Ice, f***ing hell!", "That's too much Steve, too generous!" and "Have you guys ever been to a museum and not just whizzed straight through?" all on Mission 1 1 Paris and "Basically they f**ked us at that last place" on Mission 5 5 Genoa were moments of inspiration. He is also a man for which disgruntlement is no stranger and he famously staged a walkout of the National Museum of Dublin as it was, "boring as s**te". Amal was delighted to see Sophie Aldred in 3 Stockholm, perhaps his finest moment on a Colonel's break thus far. He shocked the regiment when he declared that he was going to Sri Lanka during Mission 4 4 Salzburg and would be unable to attend. He is also the only original Colonel's man to have missed the inaugural Colonel's meal in 1 Paris, having to return home for work before the visit to the pizza place when 2 Dublin was selected as the destination for mission 2. Unfortunately, he has a history of choosing mainly bad destinations.