Welcome Stu Clayton, EEI’s latest Instructor Sensor Operator

Back to InsightsApril 3, 2022

We welcome Stu Clayton as EEI’s latest member of our growing team. Stu will be joining us as an Instructor Sensor Operator.

We have another new addition to the team!

Stu Clayton joins the RAF after an illustrious 24 year career in the RAF. Stu started off in Avionics in 1998 working on the Jaguar at RAF Coltishall before taking the leap over to the Aircrew world in 2000. Specialising as a Nimrod MR2 EW & Radar WSOp, Stu served with 120 Squadron at RAF Kinloss before moving South to RAFC Cranwell and then to RAF Waddington. His time at Waddington saw him instruct on several ISR platforms.  As well as a tour in the US with 39 Squadron’s MQ-9. He finished his tour at 39 Squadron, Reaper Training Flight with a combined 4700 hours under his belt.

His experience, qualifications and skillsets are a valuable addition to the Eagle Eye team.

Welcome onboard Stu!


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