Lily Taylor-Ward was chosen to perform for Captain Sir Tom Moore on his 100th birthday.
Captain Tom Moore
The 100-year-old was bestowed with the honour at Harrogate's Army Foundation College.
Captain Sir Tom Moore has said it is "truly a great honour" to be made honorary colonel of an Army training college in Harrogate.
The 100-year-old Second World War veteran told junior soldiers to take full advantage of the "outstanding" Army Foundation College in Harrogate, North Yorkshire, as he was shown around the facility on Monday.
Captain Sir Tom, originally from Keighley, raised almost £33m for the NHS by walking 100 laps of his garden in the village of Marston Moretaine in Bedfordshire before he turned 100 in April.
He was appointed honorary colonel for the college to mark his milestone birthday. During his visit to the college on Monday, he said he was "absolutely speechless" to be made honorary colonel.
He said: "To go up in so many ranks so quickly, I'm really delighted with that and I know it's only an honorary one but really I'm absolutely thrilled with the fact that the honour has been placed on me.
"It really is truly a great honour."
Sir Captain Tom Moore spoke about his knighthood ceremony but says he'll never divulge what was said in a private conversation with the Queen.
Maureen, a former WW2 Wren, was inspired by Sir Captain Tom after he raised millions for the NHS.
The 100-year-old is knighted in a socially distanced ceremony - thought to be the first of its kind.