28 Apr '14, 8am

Search and Rescue #771NAS flyers reach big milestones

Search and Rescue #771NAS flyers reach big milestones

Lieutenant Commander Paul Robertson, who serves as an Observer with the Fleet Air Arms SAR Unit has clocked up 4000 flying hours; which equates to over 166 days airborne over a 30 year career in the Royal Navy. Born in Scotland, Paul joined the Royal Navy in 1985 lives in Helston near the West Cornwall Naval Base with his wife Lynsey and three sons; Jake, Joshua and Jamie and has flown for the vast majority of his service life. “I am delighted to have achieved this significant flying achievement,” said Lt Cdr Paul Robertson. “Even though I will be soon bringing down the curtain on my career, I am finishing it by doing what I thoroughly enjoy, flying”. The other Culdrose aviator to reach a significant achievement in his flying career is Flight Lieutenant Jon Owen, on exchange from the RAF with 771 NAS, who has now attended over 400 Search and Rescue ‘Shouts’ in his flying c...

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