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eMedals-Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal - Captain

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Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal - Captain

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Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal - Captain

Army Long Service & Good Conduct Medal - (CAPT. H.C. AMOR. R.A.). Naming is officially impressed. Very crisp detail, "REGULAR ARMY" suspension bar, original ribbon, extremely fine. Accompanied with copies of his promotion to Lieutenant (1939) and recipient of the ALSGCM (1948) from the London Gazette. Footnote: Horace Charles Amor was a Lance Bombardier with the 16th Regiment, Royal Artillery in 1927 at Muttra and later appointed as a Warrant Officer Class III, Royal Artillery. He received a Regular Army Emergency Commission as a Lieutenant, Royal Artillery (109643) on December 23, 1939 as cited in the London Gazette 8534, on December 22, 1939. He was appointed a Temporary Captain (February 28, 1941), Acting Major and a War Substantive Captain (July 24, 1943) and Temporary Major (April 28, 1944), holding the latter rank until sometime in 1945. Post-War, from September 22, 1947 until he left the Army, he served as a Temporary Captain with the Royal Artillery Records Office at Foots Gray, Sidcup, Kent. He was awarded the ALSGCM as a "Captain (now Temporary Major)" as cited in the London Gazette 407, on January 16, 1948 and was released from Active Duty prior to April 1949.
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