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THE air traffic control service at Swanwick has received an award for its work with the Ministry of Defence.

NATS was one of 13 southern companies to receive an award from the South East Reserve Forces and Cadets Association at a reception on HMS Victory.

The award was given in recognition of NATS’ support of its reservist employees, who continue to play a vital role in operations in Afghanistan and other theatres around the world.

The awards were organised by the South East Reserve Forces and Cadets and the Ministry of Defence campaign – SaBRE.

Martin Rolfe, NATS managing director operations, received the award on behalf of NATS from Lord Lieutenant of Hampshire, Dame Mary Fagan DCVO JP and Vice Admiral David Steel CBE, the Second Sea Lord and Naval Chief of Home Command.