A Vice-President of the IMarEST Council, Captain Trevor Gulley CEng CMarEng FIMarEST, has been made an OBE for his dedication to the Royal Navy.
Trevor is currently serving as the Commanding Officer of HMS Sultan, which delivers engineering training to officers and ratings. The state honour was granted for his work at the helm of the Royal Navy's Marine Engineering Training, where he has been an untiring advocate for his branch and Service.
A Fellow of the Institute, Trevor provides the Royal Navy representation at the IMarEST Council. David Loosley, IMarEST Chief Executive, commented: "It is wonderful that Trevor's work has been acknowledged in this way. He is an extremely respected member of the Council and his achievements in training have been far-reaching".
Trevor joined the Royal Navy in 1982 after completing a Naval Architect Technician Apprenticeship at Devonport Royal Dockyard. As a Chartered marine engineer, he has served on a number of warships, including HMS Invincible and HMS Bulwark. He has held staff appointments in Bath, Portsmouth and in Naples and has twice worked in a training role on the staff of Flag Officer Sea Training in Plymouth.
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