Lloyds War Medal for Bravery at Sea In 1939 Lloyd's of London formed a committee to find means of honouring seafarers who performed acts of exceptional courage at sea, and this resulted in the announcement in December 1940 of the Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea.

The first awards were announced in March 1941, and the last in October 1948 – all awards were for acts during the Second World War. In all 541 Lloyd’s War Medals for Bravery at Sea were awarded.

The following members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service have been awarded the Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea.

 

Lloyds War Medal for Bravery at Sea In 1939 Lloyd's of London formed a committee to find means of honouring seafarers who performed acts of exceptional courage at sea, and this resulted in the announcement in December 1940 of the Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea.

The first awards were announced in March 1941, and the last in October 1948 – all awards were for acts during the Second World War. In all 541 Lloyd’s War Medals for Bravery at Sea were awarded.

The following members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service have been awarded the Lloyd’s War Medal for Bravery at Sea.

 

 

 

1940 - Chief Engineer Officer Alexander BALLANTYNE, R.F.A.  
1940 - Second Engineer William John LITTLEDALE, R.F.A.
1940 - Temporary Second Engineer Officer William Herbert Victor DAVIES, R.F.A.

1942 - Chief Engineer Officer Daniel Jack THOMAS, M.B.E., R.F.A.

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