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Working closely with Travers, Lethbridge-Stewart founded and led the Home-Army Fifth Operational Corps for a short period — during which he was promoted to Brigadier — before becoming the commander of UNIT's UK operations.
Lethbridge-Stewart grew close to the Doctor's third incarnation in the several years they spent together combating alien incursions during the Doctor's exile on Earth.
(TV: Terror of the Zygons) Both his grandfather and great-uncle were born in Scotland, as was his father.
(PROSE: What's Past is Prologue, The Note) As they approached their respective regenerations, the First Doctor and the Twelfth Doctor met Archibald Hamish Lethbridge-Stewart, a relative of the Alistair who was slated to die alongside a German soldier in Ypres on Christmas.
After the Third Doctor's regeneration — which the Brigadier witnessed — the Doctor became more distanced from Alistair and UNIT.
By some accounts, the Brigadier died in the early 21st century and was later resurrected as a Cyberman.Lethbridge-Stewart had a few extraterrestrial encounters in his early life, but they were all forgotten.A turning point in his life was the Great Intelligence's invasion of London, where he met the Second Doctor and Anne Travers and was inspired to defend Earth from alien threats.Henry Barns, who had gone home early, was unaware this hadn't happened and went to the moors to warn the other cadets about a stranger spotted around there; he was then held prisoner by the man, escaped murderer Jim Cliskey.
When James took the Cadets to find and rescue Henry, Alistair was taken along and helped alert the police, endearing him to the group.Running away, James told the other boys (including Henry Barns, who was watching from afar) not to talk about it, an order which all of the boys but Raymond completely ignored.Afterwards, Alistair would become a member of 'the Cadets", a bittersweet fact as James would become isolated, appearing to talk to an imaginary friend he called "Maha": a manifestation of the Great Intelligence, hoping to reform itself.(PROSE: The Forgotten Son) According to one account, he was an only child, and was raised in Simla, India. According to this source, Alistair's mother died after he left for England.