Terry Holloway, Group Support Executive for Marshall of Cambridge, has been presented with a Gold Kestrel lapel badge by the Royal Aeronautical Society in recognition of his membership of the Society for 50 years.
Top award for a golden oldie
Terry Holloway, who has worked for Marshall of Cambridge since 1995, following his retirement from the Royal Air Force in the rank of Group Captain, joined the Royal Aeronautical Society whilst serving at RAF Halton as an engineering apprentice in 1963. He was elected a Fellow of the Society in January 1996.
Terry Holloway said: “I have valued and enjoyed my membership of the Royal Aeronautical Society, which has provided me with significant help and support during my long career in aviation, as well as increasing my knowledge about aviation and aircraft engineering. The Royal Aeronautical Society is a wonderful organisation and it is particularly gratifying to see the huge amount of work which is put in to encourage young people in their careers in aviation today.”
The Royal Aeronautical Society is the world's only professional body dedicated to the entire aerospace community. Established in 1866 to further the art, science and engineering of aeronautics, the Society has been at the forefront of developments in aerospace ever since
For further information contact:
Group Support Executive
The Marshall Group of Companies
The Airport, Newmarket Road
Cambridge, CB5 8RX
Tel: 01223 373227 (Office)./ 07785 316763 (mobile)
Founded in 1909, the Marshall Group has a turnover of £2.5bn and over 5,700 employees. Headquartered on a 900-acre site in Cambridge, Marshall has three principal arms to the business: Aerospace and Defence; Property; and Ventures.