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Does anyone know if there were any Mentions In Despatches given during the Paras action at Majar Al-Kabir, where the Brotish RMPs were killed? It would be the same action that Sergeant Robertson was awarded the Conspicious Gallantry Cross.

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Armed Forces honours and awards

This is a full list of the honours and awards given to Armed Forces members for service in Iraq, Northern Ireland, the former Yugoslavia, Afghanistan, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Liberia, Sierra Leone and others between 1 April, 2004 and 30 November, 2004.

Mentioned in Despatches (MiD)

Lieutenant John Robert Pemberton Bailey, of Harrogate, The Black Watch

Lieutenant Nicholas Peter Colquhoun, of Warminster, The Black Watch

Lance Corporal Andrew John Connor, of Canterbury, The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Private Gary Cooper, of Paderborn, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Private Daniel Shane Crucefix, of Paderborn, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Private Thomas James Ferguson, of Paderborn, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Major Martin Alexander French, of St Austell, Scots Guards

Corporal Lee Stephen Gidalla, of Paderborn, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Corporal Simon John Gower, of Andover, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Sergeant Martin William Gregory, of Aldershot, The Royal Welch Fusiliers

Lieutenant William Jeaffreson George Greswell, The Royal Welch Fusiliers

Private Gary Andrew Hannah, of Greenock, The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Private Joseph Dominic Hartnell, of Paderborn, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Sergeant Stuart Alexander Henderson, of Canterbury, The Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders

Warrant Officer Class 2 Matthew Paul Hibbs of Paderborn, The Royal Regiment of Wales

Captain Robin Hicks, of Hadleigh, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Lieutenant Richard John Holmes, of Warminster, The Black Watch

Lance Corporal Christopher Stuart Huxley, of Bulford, The Cheshire Regiment

Lance Corporal Paul Avi Jaycock, of Dwyran, The Royal Welch Fusiliers

Sergeant Benjamin Llewellyn Kelly, of Leicester, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Sergeant Andrew Dominic Kuss, of Paderborn, The Light Infantry

Private Ben Thomas Ludbrook, of Paderborn, The Light Infantry

Sergeant Neil Adrian Brian Mason, of Bulford, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Sergeant Daniel Mills, of Andover, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Lieutenant John David McKeirnan, of Salisbury, The Cheshire Regiment

Lance Corporal Josese Tunidau Natumeru, of Paderborn, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Lance Corporal Lisa Marie Newburn, of Chaddesden, Royal Army Medical Corps

Lieutenant William James Passmore, of Okehampton, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Sergeant Andre Paul Joseph Pepper, of Paderborn, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Lieutenant Benjamin Udo Plenge, of Folkestone, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Sergeant Jonathan Gregg Plimley, of Aldershot, The Royal Welch Fusiliers

Sergeant Peter Poole-Reeves, of Sidmouth, The Rifle Volunteers Territorial Army

Major James Christopher Roddis, of Watchfield, The Black Watch

Corporal Michael Alexander Ross, of Warminster, The Black Watch

Sergeant Andrew Paul Stewart, of Darlington, Corps of Royal Engineers

Lieutenant Adam Philip Styler, of Dunstable, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Lieutenant Matthew Richard Thomas, of Tidworth, The Royal Regiment of Wales

Major Simon Christopher Thomsett, of Tidworth, The Princess of Wales's Royal Regiment

Major Charles Gordon Vere-Whiting, of Aldershot, The Royal Welch Fusiliers

Staff Sergeant Richard Henry Ward, of Warminster, Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers

Corporal Anthony Michael Wilson, of Catterick, The Light Infantry

Sergeant Douglas Graham Wright, Corps of Royal Engineers

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Honours and Awards to members of the Armed Forces for service in Northern Ireland, Iraq, Afghanistan, the former Yugoslavia, Sierra Leone, The Congo and miscellaneous operations for the period 1 April to 30 September 2003, together with a list of American awards to British Personnel.

Conspicuous Gallantry Cross

Corporal Shaun Garry JARDINE

The King's Own Scottish Borderers

:violent: Sergeant Gordon ROBERTSON

The Parachute Regiment

Mention in Despatches

Lance Corporal Marcus Damian CLARKE

Corps of Royal Engineers

Warrant Officer Class 2 Mark Andrew CUNLIFFE

Corps of Royal Engineers

:violent: Corporal John Eric DOLMAN

The Parachute Regiment

Lieutenant Glen ESPIE

The King's Own Scottish Borderers

Private David John FRAME

The King's Own Scottish Borderers

Corporal James Scott HASLAM

The King's Own Scottish Borderers

Corporal Barry JOLLY

Corps of Royal Engineers

:violent: Lieutenant Ross Alexander KENNEDY

The Parachute Regiment

Corporal Darren Alan KIMBER

The King's Own Scottish Borderers

Lance Corporal Philip John LAW

Corps of Royal Engineers

Lance Corporal Mark Thomas LAWRIE

The King's Own Scottish Borderers

Bombardier Jamie Daniel McMILLAN

Royal Regiment of Artillery

Corporal Eammon Thomas MUIRHEAD

The King's Own Scottish Borderers

Lieutenant Michael Peter PEEL

The Queen's Lancashire Regiment

Major Andrew Michael PULLAN

The King's Regiment

Lance Corporal Adrian Peter REDFEARN

The Queen's Lancashire Regiment

Private Gary Francis Edward SMITH

The Lancastrian and Cumbrian Volunteers, Territorial Army

Captain Charles Julian Lister SPEERS

The Blues and Royals

Kingsman Paul Dennis VANDEN

The King's Regiment

Corporal Craig WEIR

The Black Watch

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