Latest Awards of LS&GC, MSM, VRSM, etc

trelawney126

War Hero
Honestly didn't realise that the LS&GC were recorded in the London Gazette. Sadly shows a lowering of standards within the Naval Division....Not one awarded to an Able Rate.
 
Honestly didn't realise that the LS&GC were recorded in the London Gazette. Sadly shows a lowering of standards within the Naval Division....Not one awarded to an Able Rate.

You don't see any 18-25 year-old junior rates in receipt of Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) to send their teenage children to boarding school, either. Do I smell a class/rank-based conspiracy by the grown-ups? :shock:

Anyway, I will use this thread to post more links to awards in the London Gazette as they appear. Still no sign of the latest MSMs although previous recipients have been gazetted:
 
The latest MSM awards have been published in the London Gazette:
5th July 2011

The following Navy Personnel have been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal
CPO(SEA) D. P. Bent, RN, D195926U
WO1(AWW) P. A. Brown, RN, D186713Q
CPOAEA(M) S. Buxton, RN, 30017949
WO1ET(WESM) J. Clark, RN, D203323G
WO1(MEM)(L) S. J. Currie, RN, D211297G
WO1LOGS(WTR) S. Docherty, RN, D193060L
WO1COXN(SM) G. Fox, RN, D161807S
CPOAEM(M) J. W. Hunter, RN, D210907K
WO1(MW) A. J. Starbuck, RN, D179527Y
WO1(AWW) C. Steel, RN, D185146L
CPOAEM(M) I. Toms, RN, D223650G
WO1(UW) S. K. Yates, RN, D175572B
WO1ET(WE) P. J. W. White, RN, D167533R
The following Royal Marines Personnel have been awarded the Meritorious Service Medal
WO1 S. Beams, RM, P048002L
WO1 P. Cook, MBE, RM, P035410Q
WO1 R. I. Edge, RM, P044148T
WO2 M. J. Elfverson, RM, P040340W
BCSgt G. P. Halsey, RM, P036875U​

Congratulations to all recipients.
 
13 Sep 2011

The following Naval Service personnel are awarded the Clasp to the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal:

CPOAEA(M) D. E. Burr, RN, D186918J
WO1 N. J. Covey, RN, D186650S
PO(CIS) C. J. Lake, RN, D184791H
CPOET(ME) A. P. Line, RN, D185559B
POLOGS(CS) B. D. G. Malcolm, RN, D191701N
CPO(CIS) K. Marsay, RN, D186457U
WO2ET(ME) A. Messenger, RN, D186236G
WO1(AET) D. H. Nichols, RN, D185971E
WO1 A. Pilbury, RN, D185986D
WO1ET(WE) G. P. Rickett, RN, D189912U
MAA G. J. South, RN, D190500Q
WO1(AWW) C. Stel, RN, D185146L
WO1 W. Tattersall, RN, D189424C
POAC M. J. Vince, RN, D193837V

The following Naval Service officer is awarded the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal:

Capt S. R. Lewis, RM, P053889K

The following Naval Service personnel are awarded the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal:

POET(ME) P. Ashford, RN, D235520V
LH(SSM) P. R. Bradbury, RN, D237516Q
POET(MESM) A. R. Carron, RN, D236276U
CPOET(WE) A. D. Grimes, RN, D236092C
POPT R. F. Hallam, RN, D235998W
POMEM R. J. Harvey, RN, D237631M
CPOMA S. N. Johnson, RN, D237271H
LAET(M) V. E. R. Judd, RN, W143183T
LET(ME) A. R. Long, RN, D235982G
POLOGS(WTR) I. McMillan, RN, D236200A
PO(AWW) J. M. Oliver, RN, D235261B
POET(WESM) C. M. Smalberger, RN, D236074A
LAET(AV) L. M. Straw, RN, D256547F
Cpl P. J. Taylor, RM, P053902A

The following Naval Service personnel has forfeited the Meritorious Service Medal:

CPOMEM(L)(SM) P. M. Foran, RN, D185551V

The following RNR Officers have been awarded the Volunteer Reserve Service Medal:

Lt J. E. T. Brunskill, RNR, C997290E
Lt Cdr S. S. Chan-A Sue, RNR, C997293D
Lt J. M. Coley, RNR, V950710W
Lt Cdr B. Meadows, RNR, C900787V
Lt A. D. Pogson, RNR, C900811U

The following RNR Rating has been awarded the Volunteer Reserve Service Medal:

LS(SEA) L. Radley, RNR, D976577B

The following RMR Officer has been awarded the Volunteer Reserve Service Medal:

Maj M. D. Gibson, QVRM, RMR, N980377V

The following RMR personnel has been awarded the 1st Clasp to the Volunteer Reserve Service Medal:

CSgt P. R. Woolridge, RMR, P902702L

The following RMR personnel has been awarded the Volunteer Reserve Service Medal:

WO2 S. Garrow, QVRM, RMR, P999166S

The following Officer has been awarded the 3rd Clasp to the Cadet Forces Medal:

G900254T Newton R. E. I., Lt Cdr (CCF), RNR

The following Officers have been awarded the 2nd Clasp to the Cadet Forces Medal:

A008048D Broxham R., Lt (SCC), RNR
G900254T Newton, R. E. I., Lt Cdr (CCF), RNR

The following Officers have been awarded the 1st Clasp to the Cadet Forces Medal:

G900683D Harvey, P. D., Lt Cdr (SCC), RNR
A008700H Hazeldon, D. J., SLt (SCC),RNR
G900254T Newton, R. E. I., Lt Cdr (CCF), RNR

The following Officer has been awarded the Cadet Forces Medal:

A009330F Adey, K. L., Lt (SCC), RNR

The following Personnel has been awarded the 3rd Clasp to the Cadet Forces Medal:

B006503D Ormsby, P. J., CPO, SCC

The following Personnel has been awarded the 2nd Clasp to the Cadet Forces Medal:

B004703B Robinson, G. D., WO1, SCC

The following Personnel has been awarded the 1st Clasp to the Cadet Forces Medal:

B901176X Dickson, M. J., CPO,SCC:

The following Personnal have been awarded the Cadet Forces Medal:

B904825H Butterworth, T. E., CPO, SCC
B905834D Cannon, D. J., PO, SCC
B904771L Derbyshire, K., PO, SCC
B902807R Ellis, M., CPO, SCC
B905009K Kerswell, G. G., CPO, SCC
B905115F Lewis, R. J., Sgt, SCC
B902323T Pengelly, L., CPO, SCC
B905227Y Smith, A. V., PO, SCC
B905184L Wilcock, E., PO, SCC
B905144R Williams, I. M., PO, SCC
Congratulations to all recipients.
 
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WreckerL

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Says on that list that the Chief Stoker had forfeited the MSM, wonder what he got caught out doing.

edited for mong spooling
 

sgtpepperband

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Says on that list that the Chief Stoker had forfeited the MSM, wonder what he got caught out doing.

edited for mong spooling

The probably clocked that he was a Submariner and took it off him - not enough room on his chest, with the SM clasps and other gongs on there as well... :wink:
 

SEP86

War Hero
You don't see any 18-25 year-old junior rates in receipt of Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) to send their teenage children to boarding school, either. Do I smell a class/rank-based conspiracy by the grown-ups? :shock:

I would observe that 18-25 year old JRs are perfectly entitled to claim CEA if they meet the criteria in JSP 752.

The only class distinction I can see is that only Ratings or former Ratings get awarded medals for their long service, or get awarded valedictory certificates on leaving with more than 20 years service.
 
You don't see any 18-25 year-old junior rates in receipt of Continuity of Education Allowance (CEA) to send their teenage children to boarding school, either. Do I smell a class/rank-based conspiracy by the grown-ups? :shock:
I would observe that 18-25 year old JRs are perfectly entitled to claim CEA if they meet the criteria in JSP 752.

The only class distinction I can see is that only Ratings or former Ratings get awarded medals for their long service, or get awarded valedictory certificates on leaving with more than 20 years service.

True enough but I suspect you may have taken my post too literally. :)
 
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