Gallipoli DCM, Russia, gold 2nd class, Medal of St. George for Bravery group to F/O R.A.F. earlier M.G.C & essex Regt.
D. C. M. (Sjt. 161/Coy M.G.C.). 1914-15 Star ( Pte. Essex R.); British War and Victory Medals (2. Lieut. R.A.F.); General Service Medal, clasp, Iraq (F./O.); 1939-45 and Burma Stars, Defence and War Medals.
to B.E. Herbert
D.C.M. (L.G. 14/11/1916) award for Gallipoli 'For conspicuous gallantry in action. He fought his machine guns with great courage and ability under the most trying circumstances.'
Medal of St. George Second Class: London Gazette: 15 February 1917 (awarded by Field Marshal the Emperor of Russia 12 September 1916).
B. in 1892 at Halstead in Essex. Commissioned a Flying Officer in October, 1919. He was transferred to ‘A’ Reserve in October 1926, relinquishing his commission in October 1934. He enlisted in the Essex Home Guard during the Second World War and held the rank of Sergeant in 1942. He subsequently transferred back to the Army, seeing service in Burma.