Almost two-thirds of this team are new to the Invictus Games and they all came together for the first time this morning at Horse Guards Parade.
They were joined by Prime Minister Theresa May who posed with the athletes for the first official team photograph and wished them luck for the Games in October.
The team will compete in 11 sports: athletics; archery; wheelchair basketball; cycling; powerlifting; indoor rowing; wheelchair rugby; swimming, sitting volleyball, wheelchair tennis and a new sport for 2018, sailing.
The 2018 UK Team Captain was also named today as Mark “Dot” Perkins, who takes over the mantel from 2017 Captain, Bernie Broad.
Former Royal Signals Corporal Dot was discharged in 2005 and now works as a civil servant rehabilitating injured soldiers.
Dot, who will compete in cycling and rowing, said: “There are few moments in one's life when an event occurs that truly transforms your life, the Invictus Games is it.
"They are all about empowerment, they empower us all to fight the chains of physical disability, to fight the intangible burden of mental illness and they empower us to focus on being the best we can be despite the scars that we all now wear.
“Whilst participating in the games our scars are like medals that we can proudly display rather than hide in shame or embarrassment.
"Invictus allows us to be judged on what we can achieve, rather than what we can’t."
"To simply be selected for Team UK was an amazing achievement. To then be further selected as the captain and to represent these incredibly brave men and women is extremely humbling, it is a huge privilege to be given this honour.”
The Team also met Defence Secretary, Gavin Williamson, this morning.
He said: “I am delighted that competitors have been chosen to represent the UK at the next Invictus Games and look forward to following their journey from training camps to Sydney.
"The Invictus Games serve as a powerful reminder of the ability of sport to inspire and support the recovery of wounded and injured troops and veterans.”
The full squad for Team UK is:
Naomi Adie - Athletics
Karl Allen-Dobson - Cycling
David Atkin - Cycling, powerlifting and rowing
Daniel Bingley - Athletics, sailing. sitting volleyball, swimming, wheelchair basketball and wheelchair rugby
Spencer Bull - Athletics, cycling, sailing and swimming
Terrysa Bulman - Sailing
Andy Carlton - Athletics and swimming
Jennifer Collins - Archery and rowing
Alex Dewar - Swimming
Joe Dillnut - Archery, athletics and swimming
Peter Dunning - Athletics and wheelchair rugby
Karen Fisk - Athletics and swimming
Richard Gamble - Swimming
Kelly Ganfield - Athletics and rowing
Phillip Gillespie - Archery and rowing
Lavinia Goddard - Powerlifting and sailing
Deborah Godfrey - Archery and sailing
Michael Goody - Cycling and swimming
Paul Guest - Archery, athletics, cycling and powerlifting
Murray Hambro - Athletics, rowing and swimming
Wayne Harrod - Cycling and sailing
Ryan Hewitt - Wheelchair basketball
John Hill - Powerlifting and rowing
Karl Hinet - Athletics
Paul Inman - Cycling and powerlifting
Abbie Kasparis - Athletics, powerlifting and rowing
Laura Knowles - Powerlifting and rowing
Kushal Limbu - Athletics and wheelchair basketball
Daniel Majid - Athletics, rowing and sailing
Nick Martin - Cycling
Michael Matthews - Cycling and wheelchair rugby
Lee Matthews - Powerlifting and wheelchair basketball
Alexandra McClellan - Athletics, cycling and rowing
Emma McCormick - Athletics, powerlifting and sailing
Edward McMahon - Athletics and powerlifting
Scott Mcneice - Archery, athletics, cycling, sitting volleyball (reserve) and wheelchair rugby
Michael Mellon - Sitting volleyball, wheelchair basketball and wheelchair rugby
Jonathan Mitchell - Powerlifting
Pa Modou Njie - Rowing and sitting volleyball
Alex Moulder - Athletics, cycling and swimming
Debbie O’Connell - Athletics and cycling
Mark Ormrod - Athletics, rowing and swimming
Poppy Pawsey - Archery, sailing and swimming
Mark Perkins - Cycling and rowing
Daniel Phillips - Archery, cycling, powerlifting and rowing
Richard Pullen - Wheelchair basketball
Netra Rana - Sitting volleyball
Daniel Richards - Cycling
Sarah Robinson - Athletics, cycling and swimming
Jeff Robinson - Wheelchair rugby
James Rose - Sitting volleyball and wheelchair basketball
Malcolm Rose - Athletics and cycling
Steve Sebburn - Athletics and cycling
Daniel Shanahan - Archery and sitting volleyball (reserve)
John Shepard - Athletics, rowing and sailing
Clive Smith - Wheelchair rugby
Michael Swain - Cycling
Matthew Tate - Powerlifting
Alex Tate - Athletics
Andrew Taylor - Archery, athletics, powerlifting and sailing
Aveuta Tuila - Sitting volleyball
Michelle Turner - Rowing and swimming
Paul Twitchell - Sitting volleyball and swimming
Martin Tye - Athletics, powerlifting and wheelchair rugby
Jaco van Biljon - Powerlifting, rowing and swimming
Dave Watson - Archery, athletics and rowing
David Watts - Archery and swimming
Andrew White - Cycling
Alan White - Athletics, cycling, sitting volleyball (reserve) and swimming
Rachel Williamson - Rowing and swimming
Jennifer Yarwood - Athletics, cycling, powerlifting, sailing and swimming
Darren Young - Athletics, rowing and sitting volleyball