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a metric unit of weight equal to one thousandth of a kilogram

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News that Sgt Maj O'Donnell had been awarded a posthumous Bar - a second medal - to the George Medal he won for his work in Iraq in 2006 emerged as Mo Dofficials announced that dozens of servicemen had been given gallantry awards in recognition of their efforts while fighting in Afghanistan last year.
News that Sgt Maj O'Donnell had been awarded a posthumous Bar - a second medal - to the George Medal he won for work in Iraq in 2006 emerged as the MoD announced that dozens of servicemen had been given gallantry awards for their efforts while fighting in Afghanistan last year.
During the fire five Cardiff Auxiliary Firemen were killed but many medals and awards were issued 13 of these were George Medals for outstanding bravery.
Logist The Scot, who served with the Royal Logistics Corps, won his first George Medal for his courage in defusing dozens of bombs in Afghanistan and Iraq.
The medals are unique - they are the only George Medal and Bar to be awarded to a serviceman in the modern era.
I am told he helped save the Nuffield factory from being burned to the ground, and was awarded the George Medal as a result.
Royal Marine Lance Corporal Ryan Shelley, from Solihull, received the George Medal for performing emergency throat surgery on the dying pilot of a blazing US helicopter in Afghanistan.
The Queen's Gallantry Medal was instituted in 1974 to recognise acts of gallantry of a slightly lower degree than that required for the George Cross and George Medal.
After the war, his family were presented with the George medal on his behalf to recognise his courageous feat, although the full details were never revealed due to the Official Secrets Act.
A HERO of the second Gulf war is selling the coveted George Medal he won for saving four RAF men from a minefield.
Bomb disposal expert WO2 O'Donnell, from Edinburgh, was awarded the George Medal for the bravery he displayed while serving in Iraq in 2006.
VICTOR JAMES SCOTT was the youngest Police Constable in the old Bootle Constabulary when, in 1941, he was, with others, awarded the George Medal for acts of bravery rescuing trapped householders during the bombing of Bootle in late 1940.
THE hero cop who risked his life foiling the car bomb attack on London's Tiger Tiger club is in line for the George Medal.
Lisa, who now works for a community-based project in the Black Country, was awarded the George Medal -the second highest award for civilian bravery -for fending off schizophrenic Campbell at a Wolverhampton school in 1996.
Apart from documenting this fire, which was described on the day as the most serious since the Great Fire of London, the aim is to compile a record of the three individual firemen, along with the other 10 George Medal recipients.