REME on the Honours List

Discussion in 'REME' started by methilman, Jul 19, 2007.

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  1. Queen's Commendation for Valuable Service (QCVS)

    Major Andrew BURTON
    Staff Sergeant Donald DEVLIN

    Military Cross (MC)

    Staff Sergeant Christopher Brian LYNDHURST
    Lance Corporal Paul Christopher WILSON

    Queen's Commendation for Valuable Service (QCVS)

    Staff Sergeant Philip HARLAND Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

    Congratulations to you all.
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  2. Good effort indeed. Anyone know what the lads got the MC's for?
  3. Stirling work gentlemen, well deserved.
  4. Tytus_Barnowl

    Tytus_Barnowl On ROPs

    Major Andrew BURTON
    Former tiffy tels by chance?
  5. Well done Don and the rest.
  6. Well done all!
  7. Well done :D all
  8. Good drills! :lol: :D Congratulaions all round.
    ( What's the betting the 2 MC's are Recy mechs?)
  9. I thought the same thing but stand corrected if wrong. Will do a bit of digging tomorrow.
  10. chuffed to naafi breaks. especially to you phil
  11. Well in to Big Phil
  12. Well Done Lads, from the Cavalry.
  13. Yes they are Recy Mechs, & I think Phil Harland may be too as there was a Phil harland young crafty I had with me on my Cent for 3RTR staff college demo 86,

    Gents you are Awesome in our midst, I look forward to shaking your hands when we meet next , and too all the other guys doin their bit well done too Boys,
  14. yep your right they are both recce mechs i was there when it happened and was surprised nobody was killed as they were getting idf as they were trying to recover a bogged in panzer in al amarrah had to blow the tracks in the end, mention should go to another sgt that was there M,L they were all trying to take cover under there wagon in between connecting up and dragging it out all the time getting all sorts thrown at them well done lads.
  15. Well done lads, its nice for the Corps to be seen.