Albert Medal


The Albert Medal was instituted by Royal Warrant on 7 March 1866. The medal was named in memory of the Prince Albert and was awarded by the Sovereign to recognize gallantry when saving life at sea or on land.

In 1971, the Albert Medal was discontinued and all living recipients were invited to exchange their awards for the George Cross

The following members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service have been awarded the Albert Medal.

Albert Medal

Albert Medal


The Albert Medal was instituted by Royal Warrant on 7 March 1866. The medal was named in memory of the Prince Albert and was awarded by the Sovereign to recognize gallantry when saving life at sea or on land.

In 1971, the Albert Medal was discontinued and all living recipients were invited to exchange their awards for the George Cross

The following members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service have been awarded the Albert Medal.

16 September 1918 Donkeyman John Allan

23rd January 1951 Able Seaman Morris Richard Ellis

 

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