Fareham submariner handed top award
A SUBMARINER has been handed an award for leadership, courage and commitment.
Leading Engineer Technician Weapon Engineer Submariner Luke Dineen-Willis was given the Admiral Rutherford Trophy.
The 27-year-old is in his final year of a defence tactical undergraduate scheme at Thunderer Squadron and is studying at the University of Portsmouth.
Luke, of Fareham, said: ‘I feel very honoured to have been put forward for this award and to be presented it by Lady Fleur Boyce at HMS Collingwood.
‘I am now concentrating on my most recent draft to Thunderer Squadron.
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‘It has been an excellent opportunity for me, not only is it allowing me to complete my engineering degree, but also to provide me with the very best preparation for initial officer training at Britannia Royal Naval College in Dartmouth.’