information story: Operational Honours and Awards checklist November 2020

information story

The newest Operational Honours and Awards checklist recognises the bravery, commitment and commendable service of provider personnel in the armed forces.

The serving personnel who have won from the array of awards and decorations have shown amazing examples of braveness and dedication to their work while on operation.

The service they have got given to the country ensures that Britain remains able to face intensifying threats at domestic and abroad.

the entire checklist is beneath:

Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE)

  • Colonel Marcus James MUDD
  • Officer of the Order of the British Empire (OBE)
  • Commander Suzy Helen CONWAY, Royal Navy
  • Commander Richard Paul HEWITT, Royal Navy
  • Colonel John Leslie BAYNHAM

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

  • Lieutenant Commander Ben Russell MARTIN, Royal Navy
  • principal (now performing Lieutenant Colonel) Philip O’CALLAGHAN, Royal Marines
  • Lance Corporal Elham SEDEQI, The Parachute Regiment
  • group of workers Sergeant Jason Peter WILCOX, Intelligence Corps

Queens Commendation for constructive service

  • Commander Benjamin Charles KEITH, Royal Navy
  • Lieutenant (now Lieutenant Commander) Alexander Antony SZWEDA, Royal Navy
  • Corporal Louise Lillian COOPER, Adjutant generic’s Corps (workforce and Personnel assist branch)
  • Captain Alun Huw MORRIS, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers
  • Colonel Roderick Miles LEE
  • Lance Corporal Hannah RICHARDSON, Royal army scientific Corps
  • Sergeant (now staff Sergeant) Ashley Jade ROYLANCE, Intelligence Corps
  • major Kerry Anne SCHULTZ, The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Lieutenant Colonel Matthew James Edney SMITH, Corps of Royal Engineers
  • Corporal Samuel David George BUTLER, Royal Air force
  • Squadron chief John Michael an awful lot, Royal Air force

The Queen’s Commendation for Bravery

  • personnel Sergeant Steven Wayne COCKBURN, The Royal Logistic Corps
  • Captain Karl Anthony WILLIAMS, The Royal Logistic Corps

published 27 November 2020