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Major Peter Godden-Kent

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LE
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03 APR 37 - 05 SEP 20
That already looks wrong.

I'm a long way off, but have been asked to find out some service history and gongs for Peter Godden-Kent who passed away a couple of weeks ago.

If there are any of you who have stories or any info on this very giving gent, please either post it here or send it via pm as the eulogy needs his mil svc.

In anticipation, thanks.
 

Daxx

MIA
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Ask Veterans UK?
 

Fang_Farrier

LE
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which Corps?

Might be better on their FB page than here.
 
1948 to 1955 Christ's Hospital, Horsham.
CCF Signals Section.

1955 to 1960 Civil Defence Corps.
Volunteer. Ambulance, Rescue and HQ Sections.

1960 to 1976 RAMC.
OR service at Royal Herbert Hospital, Woolwich then commissioned via RCB and Mons OCS. Admin Officer of 11 FDS in Bielefeld, Instructor and Programme Officer at BMH Hong Kong. Special interest in Military Law.
First person to obtain Diploma and Membership of what is now the Institute of Health Care Management while serving in HM Forces but at that time (1971) AMS did not recognise the relevance of such qualifications.

1990 to Apr 1997 203 (Welsh) Field Hospital (V).
OC Admin Division. Territorial service until retirement at age 60.


(All from LinkedIn, non-military-related details omitted)
 

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LE
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1948 to 1955 Christ's Hospital, Horsham.
CCF Signals Section.

1955 to 1960 Civil Defence Corps.
Volunteer. Ambulance, Rescue and HQ Sections.

1960 to 1976 RAMC.
OR service at Royal Herbert Hospital, Woolwich then commissioned via RCB and Mons OCS. Admin Officer of 11 FDS in Bielefeld, Instructor and Programme Officer at BMH Hong Kong. Special interest in Military Law.
First person to obtain Diploma and Membership of what is now the Institute of Health Care Management while serving in HM Forces but at that time (1971) AMS did not recognise the relevance of such qualifications.

1990 to Apr 1997 203 (Welsh) Field Hospital (V).
OC Admin Division. Territorial service until retirement at age 60.


(All from LinkedIn, non-military-related details omitted)
Cheers Putts, I appreciate the effort but it's just the military side he's diffy.
There's also anomalies in his timeline that he doesn't get either.
 

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