Honours: Military Division - The Army

Order of the Bath

Knight Grand Cross (GCB)

Dannatt, Gen Sir Francis Richard, KCB, CBE, MC, ADC, Gen., late The Green Howards.

Companion (CB)

Bradshaw, Maj Gen Adrian John, OBE, Late King's R Hussars. Figgures, Lt Gen Andrew Collingwood, CBE, Late Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Lillywhite, Lt Gen Louis Patrick, MBE, QHS, Late R Army Medical Corps. Page, Maj Gen Jonathan David, OBE, Late The Parachute Regiment.

Order of St Michael and St George

Commander (CMG)

Fraser-Hopewell, Col Peter David, MBE, Late The R Scots.

Order of the British Empire

Knight Commander (KBE)

Lamb, Lt Gen Graeme Cameron Maxwell, CMG, DSO, OBE, Late The Queen's Own Highlanders.

Commander (CBE)

Aitken, Brig Robert Hanbury Tenison, Late The R Regiment of Wales. Davies, Brig Nicholas Roy, MBE, MC, Late The Parachute Regiment. Hodgetts, Col Timothy John, Q.H.P., late R Army Medical Corps. Vowles, Brig Stephen George, Late Adjutant Gen's Corps (Army Legal Services Branch).

Officer (OBE)

Adam, Lt Col Scott Ross, Adjutant Gen's Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch). Bhabutta, Col Rakesh Kumar, Late R Army Medical Corps. Blowers, Acting Col Andrew Mark, Surrey Army Cadet Force. Davies, Acting Col John Barrie, Glamorgan Army Cadet Force. Heal, Lt Col Edward Richard Bickersteth, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Hubbard, Col Philip James, Late R Army Medical Corps. Illingworth, Col James Timothy Edward, Late Army Air Corps. Probert, Lt Col Jonathan Charles, MBE, The R Logistic Corps. Rawlinson, Col Peter Samuel Marshal, TD, Late R Army Medical Corps, Territorial Army. Thomson, Lt Col Alistair John, Adjutant Gen's Corps (Educal and Training Services Branch).

Member (MBE)

Adams, Staff Sgt Glen John, The R Logistic Corps. Angove, Capt Michael Paul Eamon, R Corps of Signals. Bartlett, WO Class 1 Robin David, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Benson, Maj Hugh, The R Irish Regiment. Bromfield, Acting Lt Col Jeremy Graham, Bancroft's School Combined Cadet Force. Brown, Maj Gavin Derek, Corps of R Engineers. Burke, Sgt Raymond, R Regiment of Artillery. Campbell, Maj Kenneth, The R Regiment of Scotland. Cheek, Maj Jon Cadey Spencer, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Cox, Maj Andrew David, The Mercian Regiment. Crighton, Sgt Stephen John, The Yorkshire Regiment. Davies, Maj Jody Philip, The R Gurkha Rifles. Davies, Lt Col Timothy John, Queen Alexandra's R Army Nursing Corps. Davies, Maj William Hywel Lewis, The R Scots Dragoon Guards. Dine, Sgt Justin Paul, R Corps of Signals. Duffin, Staff Sgt Paul, Corps of R Engineers. Eng, Capt Neil Anthony, Grenadier Guards. Gray, Maj Rodney Victor, The Rifles. Hanley, Maj Nigel Patrick, The Parachute Regiment. Howard, Capt Colin Andrew, The Duke of Lancaster's Regiment. Ingram, Maj Toby Alfred Warde, R Regiment of Scotland. Johnson, Acting Maj Barry, Yorkshire (North and West) Army Cadet Force. Jones, Sgt Shane Anthony, The Yorkshire Regiment. Kefford, Maj William Robert, The R Gurkha Rifles. Little, Maj Peter Alexander, BEM, The Parachute Regiment. MacKenzie, Maj Mathew Richard Pemberton, The Rifles. Matley, Lance Cpl Angeline Patricia, R Army Medical Corps. McClung, Maj James, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Mialkowsky, Maj Bryan, CD, Canadian Military Engineers. Mills, WO Class 1 Andrew David, Adjutant Gen's Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch). Murch, Capt Dean Richard, The Rifles. Orr, Lt Col John Crispin Morison, Army Air Corps. Paine, WO Class 2 Geoffrey, The Rifles, Territorial Army. Preece, WO Class 1 Colin Neil, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Price, Staff Sgt Christopher, R Regiment of Artillery. Proctor, WO Class 2 Robert, The Rifles. Ridgway, Maj Thomas Robert David, R Regiment of Artillery. Shields, Maj Paul, R Aust Infantry Corps. Short, Maj Michael John, Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers. Simpson, Colour Sgt Paul Gregory, The Yorkshire Regiment. Thomas, Capt Neil Stuart, Adjutant Gen's Corps (Staff and Personnel Support Branch). Thompson, Maj Darren Lars, Army Air Corps. Thorn, Maj Jonathan Peter, The R Logistic Corps. Shepheard-Walwyn, Maj Philip, R Regiment of Artillery. Whiting The Reverend Steven R Army Chaplains' Dept, Williams, Acting Lt Col Lewis John, TD, Buckinghamshire Army Cadet Force. Wright, Lt Col William Stewart Codrington, The Rifles.

QUEEN'S VOLUNTEER RESERVES MEDAL

QVRM

Byrne, WO Class 2 Maurice William, R Corps of Signals, Territorial Army. Harvey, Col Celia Jane, OBE, TD, Late Corps of R Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Territorial Army. Krikorian, WO Class 2 Joseph Raymond, R Corps of Signals, Territorial Army. Sadler, Sgt David Paul, The Parachute Regiment, Territorial Army.

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