Details about Welsh Guards Falklands SAM Long Service Medal GroupSee original listing
29 Apr, 2014 20:14:33 BST
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Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire, United Kingdom
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A superb original & documented group of 4 Medals to a Colour Sergeant in the Welsh Guards, consisting of:-
GSM 18 (EIIR) clasp “SOUTH ARABIA”
23866314 GDSM. J. HUGHES. W.G.
United Nations UNFICYP Medal for Cyprus
Un-Named as Issued
South Atlantic Medal with Rosette
23866314 S SGT J T
LS&GC (M) (EIIR), clasp “REGULAR
23866314 SGT J T HUGHES WG
With officially and correctly impressed naming and complete with their ribbons. In superb condition, see the photos for how good they are.
I have spoken to the recipient about his service and he has provided me with a copy of his service from his Red Book, which is included and discussed his service in the Falklands War.
John Terence Hughes enlisted 10.1.61 & served in the BAOR, UK, Canada, Aden 1965, France, Cyprus1976, Norway, Trucial States, Kenya and the Falklands South Atlantic theatre from 12.5.1982.
He retired 18.8.1985 after 24 years and 241 days service with the Rank of Colour Sergeant.
His Long Service Medal was awarded in 1977 and was with a Gratuity.
In the Falklands War on 7.6.1982 he alighted from the Sir Galahad to Bluff Cove just hours before it was attacked by five Argentinian Dagger and five A-4 Skyhawk fighter aircraft with devastating consequences.
He was of course closely invloved in the aftermath.
All guaranteed original, no copies.
Returns are accepted within 7 days if not as described
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