The Military Medal, instituted in March 1916, was awarded to ranks below a confirmed Warrant Officer for acts of bravery in combat. The medal bears an effigy of the reigning Monarch with the words "For Bravery in the Field" on the reverse. It includes a scroll clasp, and the ribbon is white with deep blue edges and two fine red stripes in the centre.

 

DCM = Distinguished Conduct Medal

 

Name

Unit

Remarks

S/Sgt John Alfred Ainsworth

Glider Pilot Regiment

-

Sgt John George Anderson

1st Anti-Tank Battery

-

Cpl Neville Ashley

2nd Battalion

-

Sgt John Bardwell

2nd Battalion

-

Pte Dennis Bettle

2nd Battalion

-

Pte William Henry Charlesworth

2nd South Staffords

-

Sgt Graham Anthony Douglas-Kerr

1st Battalion

-

Pte James Eden

181 Field Ambulance

-

L/Sgt Jackson Gardner-Roberts

1st Border

-

Pte Rodney Hall

2nd South Staffords

-

Spr Ronald Hall

1st Parachute Squadron

-

Pte William Hall

2nd Battalion

-

Pte Bernard Jackson

2nd South Staffords

-

Pte John Lewis

1st Battalion

-

Sgt Thomas Raymond Moore

Glider Pilot Regiment

Wounded

L/Cpl George Pratt

2nd South Staffords

-

L/Bdr David Reed

1st Anti-Tank Battery

-

CQMS James Smith

1st Border

Wounded

Pte Dudley Keith Stemp

2nd Battalion

Wounded

S/Sgt Eric George Stevens DCM

16 Field Ambulance

Wounded

Cpl Stanley Tynan

16 Field Ambulance

Died 18/01/45

Pte Reginald Tyrer

2nd South Staffords

-

Cpl John Waring

1st Border

-

Pte Charles Weate

2nd South Staffords

-

Pte William Henry Joseph White

2nd Battalion

-

Cpl Thomas Wilson

Divisional Signals

-

Pte Victor Norman Winter

181 Field Ambulance

-

Sgt Frederick Wright

2nd Battalion

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