Created in Chichester, England, on 7 April 1972, Tim is hitched with two sons. Among their leisure tasks he enjoys skiing, diving, cross-country climbing and running. Other interests consist of quantum physics and aviation.
Tim finished their additional education at Chichester tall School for Boys in western Sussex, England, in 1990. In 1992, he graduated through the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst being an officer into the British Army Air Corps. Having been chosen for test pilot training, he graduated through the Empire Test Pilots’ School at Boscombe Down in 2005. He received a Bachelor of Science level in flight characteristics and assessment through the University of Portsmouth in 2006.
Tim was appointed Companion regarding the purchase of St Michael and St George (CMG) within the Queen’s 2016 Birthday Honours for solutions to area research and education that is scientific.
Upon becoming an Army Air Corps officer in 1992, Tim served on accessory using the Royal Green Jackets as a Platoon Commander in Northern Ireland before beginning flight training. He had been awarded their Army Flying Wings in 1994. He travelled on armed forces operations into the Former Republic of Yugoslavia and Afghanistan. As a test pilot, he had been associated with many test routes on various sorts of army helicopter.
On retirement through the British Army as a significant last year, Tim had been used being a helicopter that is senior pilot for AgustaWestland. During their profession, he’s logged over 3000 hours’ traveling time on a lot more than 30 forms of helicopter and wing that is fixed, such as the Apache, Hawk, Dakota and Mi-17. He holds a pilot’s that is private and keeps their traveling.