A work collegue of mine left a document on his desk with his name on it and a narrative of an event in the Falklands which resulted in him being award the The Distinguished Conduct Medal. I though this to be pretty amazing and looked the event up on the internet. However I came across the EXACT narrative about a Para (different name to my work collegue) who was killed carrying out this heroic act and was awarded the medal as a result of his bravery. I and others have always been a bit suspicious of his 'army stories', he is always very vague about things, and has an annoying habit of leaving bits of 'memorabilia' on his desk for a few days at a time which would give anyone who gave them a casual glance the impression he was a special forces soldier. Is there anyway of getting concrete proof either way..