Loyalty and faithfulness

CPO David Macmenemey, left and PO Mark Brown, right, with CPO Simon Gullick reunited at HMS Sultan after 30 years
CPO David Macmenemey, left and PO Mark Brown, right, with CPO Simon Gullick reunited at HMS Sultan after 30 years
Monster truck 'Grim Reaper' in action at the HMS Sultan Summer Show. Thousands of visitors enjoyed an exciting Father's Day weekend recently at the HMS Sultan Summer Show 2018.  The not-for-profit Show was jam-packed with high quality Arena Entertainment including Monster Trucks, a Steam Fayre and motorcycle displays with the Royal Naval Volunteer Cadet Corps Field Gun and the HMS Sultan Volunteer Band ensuring the Show was in keeping with the best of Naval Traditions.  Outside of the Main Arena an enormous funfair, a free Fun and Games Arena, petting zoo, static airframe displays, creepy crawlies, craft and chairties tents, classic cars and a Georgian Gun Deck Experience based around the Battle of Trafalgar kept visitors entertained. In addition, guests were also given the opportunity to book their own ride on the 'Red Dragon; Moster Ride Truck.  On top of everythinng else on offer 2018 marks 'The Year of Engineering', a year long cross-government campaign. Picture: PO Phot Nicola Harper.

IN PICTURES: HMS Sultan Summer Show

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A TRIO of air engineering technicians who went through training together 30 years ago, have seen their loyalty and faithfulness to the Royal Navy rewarded with the Long Service and Good Conduct Clasp.

Currently serving as divisional officers in the Defence College of Technical Training’s Royal Naval Air Engineering and Survival Equipment School at HMS Sultan, Chief Petty Officers Simon Gullick, David Macmenemey and Petty Officer Mark Brown, who also works within quality assurance at the school, all joined the Royal Navy in 1985.

The group have each given 30 years service within The Fleet Air Arm on deployments all around the globe.