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Latest honours and awards announced

21 October 2016

Queen's Commendation for Bravery medal and ribon Twenty three members of the Army are to be recognised for gallantry and valuable service in the latest Operational Honours and Awards list announced today.

The list of 51 armed forces personnel from all three services, reveals the high level of missions the Army is supporting around the world at any one time.

MBE (Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire)
Lieutenant Colonel Melissa Emmett, Intelligence Corps
Sergeant Robert Seely, Intelligence Corps
Major Stephen Wall, Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

QGM (Queen's Gallantry Medal)
WO2 Shane O'Rourke, Royal Military Police

MID (Mention in Despatches)
Sergeant Roy Bowden, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Sergeant Matthew Calland, King's Royal Hussars
Sergeant James McKenna, The Royal Regiment of Scotland

QCB (Queen's Commendation for Bravery)
Sergeant Gil Gittins, Royal Corps of Signals

QCVS (Queen's Commendation for Valuable Service)
Staff Sergeant Carl Bushell, Welsh Guards
Captain Alexander Crisp, Intelligence Corps
Lieutenant Colonel Ewan Harris, The Royal Welsh
Brigadier Charles Herbert OBE, Joint Force Command
Corporal Hillyard, Royal Corps of Signals
Sergeant Richard McAulay, Royal Regiment of Artillery
Major John Sefton, The Royal Regiment of Scotland
Major Julia Symons, The Royal Logistic Corps
Staff Sergeant Dominic Warren, Corps of Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
Corporal Daniel Wells, Intelligence Corps

Non-Operational Gallantry

QCB (Queen's Commendation for Bravery)
Captain Anthony Cole, Corps of Royal Engineers
Sapper Daniel O'Driscoll, Corps of Royal Engineers

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