Sir Louis Davies
|Governor of the Bailiwick of Furneaux|
|Assumed office |
2 April 2021
|Prime Minister||Nadia Burnett|
|Born||7 June 1953|
Caroline Torpy (m. 1976)
Air Force Career
In 1971, while attending the University of Tamworth, Davies joined the University of Aberdeen Air Squadron, a RGAF Reserve Officer Training Squadron based at RGAF Learmonth. Where he completed his Initial Officer Training and obatin his Preliminary Flying Training Badge.
Upon graduating from University, he was commissioned in the RGAF as a Flying Officer. He was selected to fly ground attack aircraft, and completed advanced flight training on the Aardvark GRA.7 fighter-bomber aircraft. He then took command postings at squadron and wing level before taking command of No. 2 Group.
In 2012, Davies was appointed Chief of the Air Staff, until his retirement in 2013.
Governor of the Bailiwick of Furneaux
Titles, styles and honours
The Governor's style and title in full is: His Excellency, The Right Honourable, Air Chief Marshal Sir Louis Davies, Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of St George, Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of Gallambria, Air Force Cross and Bar, Knight of Justice of the Venerable Order of the Hospital of St Mary of El-Gannim, Privy Counsellor, Governor and Bailiff of the Bailiwick of Furneaux.
Honours and awards
- 1974: Bachelor of Engineering (Aerospace) - University of Aberdeen
- Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society
- Fellow of the Institute of Engineers Gallambria
- Fellow of the McWilliam Centre for Advanced Engineering
- Provincial Grand Master of the Provincial Grand Lodge of the Bailiwick of Furneaux
- Adventurers, Chief Adventurer of Adventurers Furneaux
- Order of St Mary, Prior of the Order of St Mary in the Priory of Furneaux
| Governor of the Bailiwick of Furneaux
|Wurld Organisation of Adventurers and Guides|
| Chief Adventurer of Adventurers Bashan
|Order of St Mary|
| Deputy Prior of the Order of St Mary
in the Priory of Furneaux
|Grand Lodge of Gallambria|
| Provincial Grand Master of the
Provincial Grand Lodge of Furneaux