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East retired from the service in 1965, with a chestful of medals, including the Silver Star, the Distinguished Flying Cross, and the Air Medal, with 41 oak-leaf clusters attesting to the hundreds of successful combat missions he made in his career.
The 'greedy' pair tried to deceive City brokers with a chestful of bogus American bank bonds and notes and claimed they had access to 2,000 tonnes of gold.
Wingate won a chestful of medals, including a triple DSO.
But in I'm Gonna Git You Sucka he has come back from the Army with a chestful of medals for accomplishments such as shorthand - he served as a secretary.
This means 90-year-old hero William, or Bill as he is often known, of Bylands Road, Eston, is now the proud owner of no less than THREE bars on his chestful of hard-won RAF medals.
The women came forward after we exposed 31-year-old Clayton - who wore a chestful of borrowed medals to pose with Alex Salmond - as a fake.
Former Royal Welch Fusilier Baker fought his way from Normandy to Hamburg under enemy fire during the Second World War but he couldn't get out of Newcastle Airport despite having a wallet full of identification and a chestful of campaign medals.
A man like Walter Ehlers, who received a chestful of medals in World War II, including the highest military honor of them all - the Medal of Honor awarded by Congress - for his actions in the invasion of Normandy on D-Day.
Charles displays a chestful of impressive gongs but he has no war or active service to entitle him to wear campaign medals.
As the bombs rained down on Coventry in 1940 H same won mab in 1940 Henry showed the same bravery that had won him a chestful of medals.
The Record revealed that goatee-bearded Clayton - sporting a chestful of medals - posed for a snap with Salmond at a Remembrance Day ceremony in Edinburgh last November.
Berwick Hills Library will also be providing the youngsters with a chestful of books - the perfect treasure trove for children about to embark on their first steps in education.