Help identifying medals

#1
If anyone can help me identify the medals shown in the pic I'd be ever so grateful. Especially the cross-shaped one.
 

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#2
OBE 1st GSM, then ? then UN with Kosovo bar, Telic/osm? Kuwait after perhaps. Nothing out of place for a retired WO/ LE
 
#3
MBE, GSM, Gulf War, NATO, Iraq, Liberation of Kuwait (Kuwaiti and Saudi versions)
Last 2 not authorised for wear, generally.
 
#5
Thanks everyone, knew it would be mystery solved in minutes few with the help of the experts on arrse.

Jacob, yep, although they were picked up in a previous life.
 
#6
MBE, GSM, Gulf War, NATO, Iraq, Liberation of Kuwait (Kuwaiti and Saudi versions)
Last 2 not authorised for wear, generally.
Not so-last 2 are Omani: Omani GSM (probably with clasp 'Dhofar' in Arabic script) and the Omani Peace Medal. Given that his Brit GSM has only one clasp, it's a fair bet that it's 'Dhofar' and not 'Northern Ireland'.

A nice group: where did you see these?
 
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#8
Yeah, seems he was a bit special in previous incarnation. Don't want to embarass myself or anyone else by saying too much!
 
#10
P_C: would you object if I posted that pic on another (medal collector) site? It's probably a unique group and would be sure to have grown men dribbling like an 85-year old with Parkinson's.

If not, I can understand your reluctance.
 
#18
Territorial Decoration. Although the giveaway yellow stripe is also found on the Efficiency Decoration and the Army Emergency Reserve Decoration. It was part of the Territorial Force Efficiency Medal too, but that was superceded in 1921.
 
#19
Acksherlly, now you've blown it up, I think His Grace might be right about the VRSM.
 
#20
its a Volunteer Reserve Service Medal which replaced the TD and EM(T) in 1999 ish though some TD's and EM's were awarded after the change over the medals in that pic are Iraq Medal QDJM and VRSM
 

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