MC awarded to 19 year old female RAMC medic

Discussion in 'Professionally Qualified, RAMC and QARANC' started by The-Daddy, Dec 14, 2006.

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  1. Military Crosses are awarded to Flight Lieutenant Matthew Carter of the Royal Air Force Regiment and Private Michelle Norris of the Royal Army Medical Corps.

    Private Norris, who is just 19 years old, displayed extraordinary bravery in an incident in Iraq, on 11 June 2006, when in the face of sustained and heavy sniper fire she administered life-saving first aid to the seriously injured commander of the Warrior vehicle she was travelling in.
  2. Good show to both of them.
  3. Good girl!

    Scab lifters have traditionaly always been in the thick of VC's, MC's etc. Sometimes over looked by the masses as they tend to think these sort of awards go to Inf and the like.
  4. Good for her!
  5. Well done she thoroughly deserves it.
  6. Good on them both, I remember reading the report on the incident.
    The award is very well deserved.
  7. Good news. Well done her.
  8. Hearty congratulations to them both!
  9. I was in her platoon at Winchester, nice to see shes doing well.
    Jolly good show!
  10. Well done to them both
  11. Nothing on the MOD website about this, nor the VC for the para.

    Not like the MoD to be slow in telling things!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  12. I assume the full list won't be out until tomorrow morning. Anyone know anything to the contrary?
  13. great praise to both
  14. Good to see the RAMC being recognised for being in the thick of it. I'll bet her Dad is just bursting with pride!