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British Campaign Medals and Orders Singles and Groups, Russian Badges and Medal Gallery

GSM / CSM / OSM GROUPS

Order Number: 5038
$2,715.00
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South Atlantic Medal with Rosette
SA O T Power D127800N HMS Brilliant
Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Royal Navy E2
SA O T Power D127800N RN
Condition: NEF
HMS Brilliant (F90) was a Type 22 Frigate and during the Falklands War was commanded by Captain John Coward, Royal Navy who was awrded the DSO. The two helicopters carried by Brilliant attacked the Argentinian Submarine Santa Fe and was the first Royal Navy warship to fire the Sea Wolf Missile in action when on 12 May 1982 she shot down three Argentinian A-4 Skyhawk aircraft. On 21 May she came under Argentinian air attack outside San Carlos Water and was damaged by cannon fire. On 23 May she joined HMS Yarmouth in the chase for the Argentinian Supply Ship ARA Monsunen and rescued 24 survivors of Atlantic Conveyor when she was bombed.
The recommendation for her Commanding Officer's DSO records.............
'He encouraged enemy air attack on several occasions by forming a gun line off Port Stanley with a Type 42 Destroyer and shot down several enemy aircraft. He siezed every opportunity to volunteer his ship for dangerous night raids through the Falklands Sound and assisted with several difficult missions to infiltrate special forces. He escorted the amphibious group into the amphibious operations area and was in the thick of the action during heavy air raids for the whole of D Day. Despite damage to his ship which effectively put most of his weapons systems out of action, he was determined to stay in the area for the second day and quite prepared to take on the enemy with whatever means remained at his disposal. Even on retiring from the amphibious operations area after the second day for essential defect repair, he managed to engage the Monsoonen (sic), a resupply vessel, and caused it to run aground after giving it suitable warning'.
Order Number: 5039
$3,975.00
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Campaign Service Medal Northern Ireland, South Atlantic Medal with Rosette to Marine David Ashworth Sydney Everton Royal Marines Commando who served from 1977 to 1983 with 40 Commando in Northern Ireland and detached from the Commando Training Centre, Royal Marines (CTCRM) for the Falklands War, where he may have been undertaking specialist training.
Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland
Mne D A S Everton PO36622W RM
South Atlantic Medal with Rosette
Mne D A S Everton PO36622W RM .
With some copies of his service record book etc, the medals mounted for wear individually as worn.
David Ashworth Sydney Everton was born 8 October 1960 and joined the Royal Marines at CTC Lympstone 27 September 1977 noted as being 6 feet 4 inches tall. Everton joined 40 Commando in August 1978 as a Rifleman / Driver and served in Northern Ireland from 5 March 1978 to 5 March 1980 when the Commando were based at Ballykelly. Everton had to leave his Troop in September 1979 due to an 'unfortunate injury' the nature of which is not stated and during his recovery worked as a barman on the Officer's Mess of 40 Commando. Everton appears on the RM Falklands Medal roll as detached from the Commando Training Centre (CTC) Lympstone, the exact nature of his duties there is unknown but he may have been undertaking specialist training. Following the Falklands War Everton took Premature Voluntary Release on 1 July 1983 his character is described as 'Exemplary' and his Commanding Officer wrote.....
'Marine EVERTON joined the Royal Marines in 1977. He is a sensible and mature individual whose character assessment since enlisting has been consistently notes as 'very good'. In the period he has served at CTCRM he has shown himself to be hardworking, efficient, completely trustworthy and capable of working without supervision. He is likely to prove a loyal and capable employee'.
Accompanying research under the title 'Mountain Leaders (MLs)' records...........
The Cadre (Mountain Warfare) was also given the wartime role of long range foot and ski reconnaissance of the (Commando) Brigade. In the Falklands War of 1982 the twenty members of the Cadre and twenty men undergoing training as MLs accompanied 3 Commando Brigade down south. Four man patrols were inserted all over the Brigades area of operations, in some cases relieving patrols of the SAS and SBS, and also mounting operations in cooperation with the latter.
Order Number: 5040
$1,975.00
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A fine modern campaign group comprising NATO Medals for 'Kosovo' and 'Former Yugoslavia', Campaign Service Northern Ireland, IRAQ Medal no clasp and Operational Service Medal E2 Afghanistan to Rifleman S M Leigh, 2nd and 1st Battalions Royal Green Jackets and 2nd Battalion The Rifles
NATO clasp Kosovo
Unnamed as issued
NATO clasp Former Yugoslavia
Unnamed as issued
Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland
25089230 Rfn S M Leigh RGJ
IRAQ no clasp
25089230 Rfn S M Leigh Rifles
Operational Service Medal E2
Rfn S M Leigh Rifles 25089230
Condition: NEF

The group mounted court style as worn.
Served with the 2nd Battalion Royal Green Jackets in Kosovo in 2000 then to 1st Battalion Royal Green Jacket for Bosnia as part of SFOR in 2001. Served in Northern Ireland with 1st Battalion Royal Green Jackets from March 2004 to September 2004 based in South Armagh. On 1 February 2007 the 1st Battalion Royal Green Jackets were serving in IRAQ as part of Operation Telic IX, based in Basra when they amalgamated with other Regiments to become 2nd Battalion The Rifles. The 2nd Battalion The Rifles deployed to Afghanistan as part of Operation Herrick X from April to October 2009.
Order Number: 5041
$2,875.00
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South Atlantic Medal (Falklands) with Rosette and Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland pair to Lance Corporal D A Shankland, 9 (Parachute) Squadron Royal Engineers who was attached 2 PARA during the assault on Goose Green and mentioned by name in the book 'With the Gurkha's in the Falklands'
 
South Atlantic Medal with Rosette
24288234 L Cpl D A Shankland RE
Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland
24288234 Spr D A Shankland RE
Condition: NEF .
With a copy of the entire roll of 9 Parachute Squadron Royal Engineers.
Lance Corporal Shankland served in 3 Troop No 8 Section commanded by Lieutenant McManners. Attached to 2 PARA for the assault on Goose Green, when the Recce Troop cleared routes forward and fought as infantry throughout the battle, Corporal Scott Wilson of 9 PARA Field Squadron being killed in action. Shankland is mentioned in the book 'With the Gurkha's in the Falklands' his section led the Gurkha's 'A' Company around a minefield en rout to Goose Green.
9 Parachute Squadron RE was commanded by Major C M Davies (awarded the MBE) the Squadron distinguished itself during the conflict the Military Medal being awarded to Sgt R Wrega and Cpl J Foran, in addition Cpl S D ILes, Cpl J Ford and L/Cpl W Skinner were Mentioned in Dispatches and S/Sgt D Hornby received the CinC Fleet's Commendation. The Squadron suffered four killed in action and eleven wounded seven of these were aboard the RFA Sir Galahad when she was hit by an Exorcist Missile.
Very neat official correction to 'and' of surname on South Atlantic Medal under glass examination

Order Number: 5057
$1,995.00

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FALKLANDS AND NORTHERN IRELAND MEDALS TO:
24201684. BDR. C. HOLL. ROYAL ARTILLERY
ANTI-AIR-CRAFT
THE ROLL IS INCLUDED
AN ARTICLE BY THE BATTERY COMMANDER IS ALSO INCLUDED.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 7201
$925.00

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ROYAL NAVY // AFGHANISTAN
NATO Medal clasp 'Former Yugoslavia', Operational Service Medal E2 Afghanistan, Queen Elizabeth 2 Golden Jubilee 2002, Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Royal Navy E2 to Able Seaman (Missile) J L Wallis, Royal Navy
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 7200
$2,650.00

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OSM, IRAQ, NORTHERN IRELAND, ACCUMULATED SERVICE AND JUBLILL MEDALS.
25073247. CPL. R.E. AMIS. COLDSTEAM GUARDS.
SERVICE TOURS:
OP. BANNER (N. IRELAND) MAY 01  TO JULY 03
OP. BANNER (N. IRELAND) MAY 04 TO JULY 04
OP TELIC (RAQ) APR. 05 TO OCT. 05
OP HERICK (AFGHANISTAND) MAY 06 TO OCT 06.
Comes with medal boxes for OSM, Accumulated and Jubilee medals along with a photo.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 5044
$1,895.00
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Campaign Service Northern Ireland NATO Medal KOSOVO, IRAQ Medal and Clasp, Queen Elizabeth Golden Jubilee 2002 and Long Service & Good Conduct Medal group to Sergeant J B Pope Royal Tank Regiment who almost certainly served in Northern Ireland with 1 RTR in 1989 to 1990 and with 2 RTR for the invasion of IRAQ as part of 7th (Armored) Brigade 'The Desert Rats'
Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland
24710086 LCpl J B Pope RTR
NATO Medal clasp KOSOVO
Unnamed as issued
IRAQ Medal clasp 19 Mar to 28 Apr 2003
24710086 Sgt J B Pope RTR
Queen Elizabeth 2 Golden Jubilee 2002
Unnamed as issued
Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Regular Army E2
24710086 Sgt J B Pope RTR
Condition: EF . The group mounted court style as worn. The Campaign Service Medal and Long Service & Good Conduct Medal impressed naming the IRAQ Medal laser naming.
Pope almost certainly served with 1st Royal Tank Regiment in Northern Ireland during their tour 7 September 1989 to 17 January 1990 and possibly again during their second tour based at the Maze 19 January 1992 to 21 April 1992.
The 7th (Armored) Brigade deployed to Bosnia in 1994 as part of the NATO IFOR peacekeeping organization there. The Brigade returned for another tour-of-duty in 1997, joining IFOR's NATO replacement known as SFOR. After the Kosovo War in 1999, the 7th Armored Brigade returned to the Balkans for a tour-of-duty in Kosovo in 2000, based in the capital Pristina. The brigade returned to Kosovo the following year.
Just before Operation Telic, the invasion of IRAQ 7th (Armored) Brigade, commanded by Brigadier Graham Binns, moved to Kuwait where it undertook extensive training and was 'deserted' for service in the Middle East. The brigade, consisting of 112 Challenger 2 Tanks, 140 Warriors and 32 AS-90 155 mm self-propelled howitzers, entered Iraq on 21 March. The main objective of the Desert Rats was to advance towards Iraq's second largest city, Basra, encircle and isolate it. The brigade, led by the 1st Fusiliers Battlegroup, made a rapid advance towards the city and soon reached its outskirts, securing Basra Airport and the critical bridges across the Shatt al-Arab The advance met sporadic though fierce resistance, including an engagement between 14 Challenger 2s of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards and 14 Iraqi tanks, all of the Iraqi tanks being destroyed. Initially the Brigade was faced by very spirited but un-coordinated attacks from Basra and in the town of Az Zubayr. These attacks were initially orchestrated by members of the Iraqi secret police, who used violence and threats against family members to coerce men to attack the Desert Rats and other elements of 1st Armored Division. As their influence waned, so did the frequency and ferocity of the Iraqi attacks.
Royal Tank Regiment Challenger 2 tank in IRAQ
The 1st Armored Division, including 7th Brigade, then undertook a number of raids into the city against specific targets, but in a plan that was very patient bided their time on the outskirts of Basra. On 6 April the Desert Rats, led by Challenger 2s of the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards, Queen's Royal Lancers and 2nd Royal Tank Regiment with Warriors of the 1st Royal Fusiliers, Irish Guards and Black Watch pushed into the city on 6 April and stayed. They met sporadic resistance from Iraqi soldiers and irregulars know as Fedayeen. Basra was, for the most part, now controlled by 1st Division though further engagements did take place. The war was officially declared over on 1 May. The Desert Rats remained in Iraq after the war, acting as peacekeepers and helping to rebuild the country while based in the British sector in the south of Iraq. The brigade began to leave in late June, being replaced by 19th (Mechanized) Brigade). Since 2003 7th (Armored) Brigade has returned twice to Iraq, in 2005 and 2008. A fine combination to the Royal Tank Regiment.
Awarded the Long Service & Good Conduct Medal 13 December 2001 (London Gazette 6 August 2002 refers)
Comes with copy of The London Gazette and research.

Order Number: 5052
$1,995.00
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FALKLANDS and NORTHERN IRELAND medals named to Gunner J Thomas who served in Northern Ireland (Operation Banner) and during the Falklands War (Operation Corporate) with the 4th Regiment Royal Artillery. The 4th Regiment were attached to the Parachute Regiment and used their 105mm Light Guns to good effect during the war.
Campaign Service Medal with Clasp: NORTHERN IRELAND named in impressed capitals to:
24471287 GNR J THOMAS RA
South Atlantic Medal with rosette named in impressed capitals to:
24471287 GNR J THOMAS RA
Condition: NEF.
Comes with confirmation of both medals and part of a brown envelope which the Falklands medal came with when issued.
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Order Number: 7202
$1,995.00

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FALKLANDS AND NORTHERN IRELAND MEDALS NAMED TO:
24512013. GNR. J.E. CROMPTON. ROYAL ARTILLERY.
GUNNER J.E. CROMPTON SERVED IN 29 BATTERY, 4 REGIMENT RA. LATER PROMOTED TO BONBARDIER AND SERVED 15 YEARS EXEMPLARY CONDUCT.
29 BATTERY RA DEPLOYED WITH 3 COMMANDO BRIGADE AS THE SUPPORT BATTERY FOR 2 PARA, ARRING IN SAN CARLOS MAY 1982, ON THE NORLAND, ONLY TO FIND THEY WERE OUTNUMBERED BY THE ARGENTINE FORCES. THEY HELD THEIR GUN POSITION IN WAHT WAS NAMED BOMB ALLEY FOR TWO WEEKS UNTIL THE ARRIVAL OF 5 INFANTRY BRIGADE WHICH ALLOWED THEM TO PUSH FORWARD TO BLUFF COVE. THEN THEY PROCEEDED ON TO THE FINAL BATTLE FOR POSRT STANLEY FROM MOUNT KENT.
NORTHERN IRELAND MEDAL ISSUED AFTER SUCCESSFUL 4 MTH EMERGENCY TOUR MAZE PRISON DURING THE HUNTER STRIKE 1981.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 7204
$925.00

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IRAQ AND NORTHERN IRELAND MEDALS NAMED TO:
MNE. A.S. ALZALAM. PO60847U. ROYAL MARINES.
COMES WITH BOX OF ISSUE FOR IRAQ MEDAL.
 
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 7203
$375.00

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NORTHERN IRELAND MEDAL NAMED TO:
24463715. GUARDSMAN. S.M. RIDELY. COLDSTREAM.
JUBLIEE AND UN MEDALS.
MOUNTED FOR WEAR.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 5059
$2,200.00
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Operational Service Medal E2 Sierra Leone
25039844 LCpl D P Buckley RLC
IRAQ Medal clasp 19 Mar to 29 Apl 2003
25039844 Cpl D P Buckley RLC
Queen Elizabeth 2 Golden Jubilee Medal 2002
Unnamed as issued

With two original photos of the recipient and copies of his service record etc and seven original Sierra Leone Newspapers from 2000.
His service record records the award of these three medals only. The OSM impressed naming style.
Darren Peter Buckley was born in August 1974 and joined the Army at Barrow in February 1995. He joined the Royal Logistic Corps and after basic training qualified as a Class 'C' and 'E' Heavy Goods Vehicle Driver. Training as a supply specialist followed and he was posted to 5 Airborne Brigade based at Aldershot. Buckley completed pre parachute training selection in May 1997 and went on to qualify as an advanced free fall parachutist in July 2003. Buckley qualified as a helicopter rigger / marshaller in October 1999 and joined the 13 Air Assault Regiment RLC on its formation 1 September 1999. Achieving full strength in April 2000 13 Air Assault Regiment was immediately deployed on Operation Palliser in Sierra Leone and was involved in Special Forces Operations against the West Side Boys, Buckley serving with 63 Air Assault Support Squadron, he would serve with this unit in IRAQ.
Buckley completed the Senior NCO's course 23 November 2004 and was promoted Sergeant. His impressive service record shows he was also a Summer Mountain Leader qualified in October 2001, Alpine Ski Instructor qualified in December 1999 and military motorcyclist qualified in April 1998 although a promising career soldier he took his discharge from the Army on 23 January 2006.
Comes with service papers.
 
Condition: NEF.
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Order Number: 7205
$725.00

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IRAQ AND NATO Medal clasp KOSOVO. 25129718. PTE. A.W. CAMERON. BLACK WATCH.
Clasp: 19 MAR. TO 32 APR. 2003
MOUNTED FOR WEAR.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 7208
$1,200.00

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DESERT STORM GROUP WITH LSGC MEDAL NAMED TO:
24657393. LBDR. R.J. TURNER. ROYAL ARTILLERY.
Comes with MINI'S.
 
Condition: GVF.

Order Number: 7206
$975.00

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Operational Service Medal E2  Afghanistan and Iraq medals named to:
LBDR. J.H.L. BONTHUYS. RA. 25188175.
 
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 5054
$1,750.00
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FALKLANDS MEDAL. L.S. (R). J.C. SMITH. 0162131M. H.M.S. FEARLESS.
LONG SERVICE AND GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL NAMED TO: CPO. COP(OPS)(R). J.C. SMITH. RN.
Mounted.
H.M.S. FEARLESS (L10) SERVED FROM 1965 TO 2002. ONE OF TWO FROM THE LANDING PLATFORM DOCK (LPD) CLASS. BASED IN PORT SMITH AND SAW SERVICE AROUND THE WORLD.
THE LPDS SUPPORTED A ROYAL MARINE AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT FORCE AND PROVIDED A PLATFORM FOR THE HEADQUARTERS CAPABILITY PRIOR TO, AND DURING THE ASSAULT PHASE OF OPERATIONS. THE ROYAL MARINES SERVED ABOARD AS THE 4TH ASSAULT SQUADRON.
H.M.S. FEARLESS WAS PART OF THE BRITISH NAVAL FORCE COMMITTED TO OPERATION CORPORATE, THE 1982 FALKLANDS WAR. FITTED WITH MODERN SATELLITE COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT, IT HOSTED THE STAFF OF AMPHIBIOUS FORCE COMMANDER COMMODORE MICHAEL CLAPP (COMMODORE AMPHIBIOUS WARFARE (COMAW), AND COMMANDING OFFICER 3 COMMANDO BRIGADE, BRIGADIER JULIAN THOMPSON AND HIS STAFF, AS WELL AS ELEMENTS OF THE LANDING FORCE. AS A RESULT OF THE CONFLICT ROYAL MARINE COXSWAIN CORPORAL ALAN WHITE RECEIVED A COMMENDATION FROM THE TASK FORCE COMMANDER, ADMIRAL SIR JOHN FILD HOUSE, FOR HIS PART IN RESCUING 41 CREW FROM H.M.S. ANTELOPE USING A FOXTROT7, ONE OF FOUR LCVPS LANDING CRAFT CARRIED BY FEARLESS. THE SAME LANDING CRAFT, FOWTROT 7, IS NOW LOCATED IN THE ROYAL MARINES MUSEUM IN PORTSMOUTH, WITH DETAILED ACCOUNTS OF THE ACTIONS.
Comes with research about H.M.S. FEARLESS.
Condition: NEF.
Order Number: 7207
$1,800.00
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24742948 GNR HAGGER RA. NORTHERN IRAQ AND SOUTHERN TURKEY CLASP
MEDAL GROUP CONSISTS OF GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL WITH NORTHERN IRELAND CLASP AND N.IRAQ / S.TURKEY CLASP CORRECTLY NAMED TO 24742948 GNR HAGGER RA. NORTHERN IRAQ AND SOUTHERN TURKEY CLASP EARNED WHILST ON OPERATION HAVEN IN 1991 WITH 29 COMMANDO ROYAL ARTILLERY AS PART OF 3 COMMANDO BRIGADE. UNPFOR MEDAL FOR BOSNIA AND FORMER YUGOSLAVIA MEDAL. GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL CORRECTLY NAMED AND GENUINE FIRST ISSUE. COMES WITH COPIES OF RED BOOK AND CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE DETAILING THE SOLDIER. THE SOLDIER DID MULTIPLE TOURS OF NORWAY AND ALSO SERVED IN CYPRUS / BELIZE / CANADA AND NORTHERN IRELAND AND SPENT QUITE A BIT OF TIME SEA GOING WHILST A MEMBER OF 29 COMMANDO. ALSO COMES WITH PHOTO OF RECIPIENT IN THE JUNGLE IN COMBATS AND ALSO COMES WITH CERTIFICATE OF APPRECIATION NAMED TO THE RECIPIENT FOR OP HAVEN BY A US GENERAL IN COMMAND OF US TASK FORCE OPERATION PROVIDE COMFORT FOR HIS EFFORTS IN NORTHER IRAQ AND SOUTHERN TURKEY. RARE CLASP TO THE ROYAL ARTILLERY FOR A MODERN DAY 3 COMMANDO BRIGADE OPERATION. NICE DOUBLE CLASP GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL TO A 29 COMMANDO GUNNER. RECIPIENT ALSO A TRAINED SEA DIVER.
NAMED MEDAL CORRECTLY IMPRESSED. MEDAL ENTITLEMENT AND CLASPS CONFIRMED IN CERTIFICATES OF SERVICE.
Condition: GVF

Order Number: 7209
$1,650.00
ON HOLD
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South Atlantic Medal with Rosette and Queen Elizabeth 2 Golden Jubilee Medal 2002 to Writer A Aldred Royal Navy who served with 846 Squadron Fleet Air Arm in the Falklands War and was a Writer on the Staff of Captain 2nd Submarine Squadron when he received his Jubilee medal twenty years later.
South Atlantic Medal with Rosette
AWtr A Aldred D190089J 846 Sqn
Queen Elizabeth 2 Golden Jubilee Medal 2002
Unnamed as issued
With named card box of issue for the Jubilee Medal and award letter. The pair mounted as originally worn.
846 Naval Air Squadron (NAS) is one of four 'Jungle' Squadrons based at Royal Naval Air Station Yeovilton in Somerset. Equipped with 10 Sea King Mk4 Commando helicopters the Squadron is primarily dedicated to the support of 3 Commando Brigade, Royal Marines. The nickname 'Jungle' evolved during the Borneo Campaign of 1963-66, as it was within the Indonesian jungle that the Squadron demonstrated how versatile Naval helicopters can be. Since then 846 NAS have repeatedly proved their ability to deliver troops with the speed and mobility in inhospitable terrain that is essential to Commando operations.
 
HMS Hermes lying off Ascension Island April 1982 en route for the Falklands 846 Squadron helicopters embarked
In April 1982, 846 NAS embarked aboard the carrier HMS Hermes as part of the Royal Navy task force in the Falklands War. During the war 846 NAS Sea King’s flew over 2800 hours, completed 10,000 individual troop moves and transported more than 81,600 tons of freight.
Unusual combination with a twenty year gap between awards and no Long Service & Good Conduct Medal.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 7212
$1,495.00

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EOD/Bomb Deposal Expert
Gulf medal named to: 24767912. LCPL. A.J. OVERTON. RE.
Iraq medal named to: 24767912. SSGT.  A.J. OVERTON. RE.
LONG SERVICE & GOOD CONDUCT medal named to: 24767912. SSGT.  A.J. OVERTON. RE.
Jubilee Medal, Nato Medal (with certificate), Saudi Medal and Kuwait medal in original boxes.24767912,
Comes with a copy of Certificate of Service confirming the above and the original Nato document for action in Yugoslavia.
Also comes with 10 photographs of the recipient.
Mounted for wear.
Condition: NEF.

Order Number: 7220
$1,450.00

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Iraq Group to: 25038772. LCPL. C.J. BATE. ROYAL TANK REGT.
LONG SERVICE GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL named to: 25038772. CPL. C.J. BATE. SCOTS. REGT.
UN MEDAL
FORMER YUGOSLAVA MEDAL
KOSOOVO MEDAL
JUBILEE MEDAL
All unnamed.
Condition: GVF

Order Number: 7214
$3,550.00
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A rare Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland, Queen Elizabeth 2 Golden Jubilee 2002 Medal, Accumulated Campaign Service Medal E2 with FOUR Clasps, Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Regular Army E2 to Private P Kerr, Royal Irish Rangers, Ulster Defence Regiment and Royal Irish Regiment
Campaign Service Medal E2 clasp Northern Ireland
24622112 Rgr P Kerr R Irish
Queen Elizabeth 2 Golden Jubilee Medal 2002
Unnamed as issued
Accumulated Campaign Service Medal with FOUR Clasps
24622112 Pte P Kerr UDR
Long Service & Good Conduct Medal Regular Army E2
24622112 Pte P Kerr R Irish
Condition: EF.
Comes with The London Gazette confirming LSGC medal and Supplement Gazette.
 
Mounted for wear.
Order Number: 7215
$895.00
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OSM medal for Afghanistan and ISAM medal with Certificate.
OSM medal named to: Cpl. TIM MEEK. REME. 25191210.
Clasp: AFGHANISTAN.
Condition EF
Both medals come in original box of issue.
Afghanistan medal earned while on tour with 16th RZ from Sept. 2009 thru April 2010.
"I was promoted Lance Corporal upon my first posting, which was with 16 Reg Royal Artillery working on Rapier Missile Systems. I started life at 16 Reg. in 20 "Commando" Byt. I deployed to Cyprus on a tour of border patrol."
I started pre tour training for a 7 month tour of Afghanistan early 2009, I was working with some specialist radar equipment and went on a few long training courses in the USA and Sweden in preparation to be a part of the team to introduce a new piece of radar equipment into the tow major basis in Afghanistan. "
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Order Number: 7210
$2,300.00
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OP TELIC 1 IRAQ 19 MAR. TO 28 APR. 2003 WAR.
MEDAL NAMED TO:
25119041. GNR. I.N. PAGE.
PART OF 7TH PARA REGIMENT ROYAL HORSE ARTILLERY F PARA BATTERY.
OSM MEDAL OP HERRICK 4 AFGHANISTAN 27 MAY 09 OCT 2006 WAR.
25119041. LBDR. I.N. PAGE. PART OF 7TH PARACHUTE REGIMENT ROYAL ARTILLERY I PARA BATTERY.
The Commando Gunners 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery are spearhead troops trained as amphibious, mountain and arctic warfare specialists. They can equally operate at the other extreme in the desert or jungle. The Commando Gunners are equipped with twelve 105mm Light Guns and Fire Support Teams (FSTs) trained to coordinate their firepower. The FSTs also coordinate other indirect fire support assets such as mortars, fast jets, attack helicopters and the guns from Royal Naval ships. The batteries from 29 Commando Royal Artillery operate around the world on ship with the Royal Marines. We have served in both Afghanistan and Iraq on recent operations and 29 Commando provide offensive fire support to 3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines.
Comes with OP report. Rare to see these.
Mounted for wear.
Condition: NEF.

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Order Number: 7211
$3,100.00
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Operational Service Medal E2 Sierra Leone, Operational Service Medal E2 clasp Afghanistan, IRAQ Medal clasp 19 Mar to 28 Apl 2003 to Lance Bombardier R S Carn, 7 (Sphinx) Battery, 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery, the combination unique to this Royal Artillery Regiment Less than a year after the battery had deployed in Afghanistan, 7 (Sphinx) found itself on the Al Faw Peninsula, Iraq. 'From the opening hours until the Iraqi surrender the guns barely fell silent and the devastating firepower they provided was key to victory'.
Operational Service Medal E2 Sierra Leone
25067866 Gnr R S Carn RA
Operational Service Medal E2 clasp Afghanistan
25067866 Gnr R S Carn RA
IRAQ Medal clasp 19 Mar to 28 Apl 2003
25067866 LBdr R S Carn RA
 
The Commando Gunners 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery are spearhead troops trained as amphibious, mountain and arctic warfare specialists. They can equally operate at the other extreme in the desert or jungle. The Commando Gunners are equipped with twelve 105mm Light Guns and Fire Support Teams (FSTs) trained to coordinate their firepower. The FSTs also coordinate other indirect fire support assets such as mortars, fast jets, attack helicopters and the guns from Royal Naval ships. The batteries from 29 Commando Royal Artillery operate around the world on ship with the Royal Marines. We have served in both Afghanistan and Iraq on recent operations and 29 Commando provide offensive fire support to 3 Commando Brigade Royal Marines.
29 Commando Regt Royal Artillery deployed aboard HMS Ocean to Sierra Leone as part of Amphibious Ready Group attached to 42 Commando Royal Marines arrived 15th May 2000 and left for the UK on 21st June 2000. Some 250 commandos from 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery took part in the invasion of IRAQ along with 40 and 42 Commando, led the battle for Iraq's second city Basra and helped secure vital oil fields. They left for Kuwait at the beginning of February 2003 and immediately started preparing for their role in the assault on the Al Faw peninsula. When the war started, they provided vital back-up to 40 Commando as they secured the oil infrastructure in southern Iraq. After helping to control the deepwater port of Umm Qasr, 42 Commando group moved on to Basra. There they saw fierce fighting before securing key bridges, a water treatment plant and a presidential palace.
"During the past few weeks, the Royal Marines have been patrolling the city of Basra and the Rumalla oilfields 50 kilometers to the west. On return the Commanding Officer of 29 Commando Regiment Royal Artillery, Lieutenant Colonel Simon Wolsey, said his men performed "magnificently". But the joy of their return was tempered with the memory of the loss of three of their colleagues in a helicopter crash in the early days of the conflict. Lieutenant Colonel Wolsey said three members of the regiment had paid the "ultimate sacrifice for the freedom of the Iraqi people". The recent past has been dominated by Afghanistan; in 2002 the battery deployed to Afghanistan and conducted its first war fighting operation since the Falklands some twenty one years earlier. 7 (Sphinx) worked with the Royal Marines to seek out and destroy Al Qaeda forces in the eastern mountains of Afghanistan. Less than a year after the battery had deployed in Afghanistan, 7 (Sphinx) found itself on the Al Faw Peninsula, Iraq. From the opening hours until the Iraqi surrender the guns barely fell silent and the devastating firepower they provided was key to victory. "
Comes with boxes of issue for Sierra Leone, Iraq and Afghanistan.
 
Condition: NEF.