Sea Gallantry Medal

 

The Sea Gallantry Medal is the official Board of Trade Medal for Saving Life at Sea and is an award for civil gallantry at sea in Great Britain and the Commonwealth. The medal is awarded in Gold, Silver and Bronze.

The award of this medal permits the usage of a post-nominal SGM.

The following members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service have been awarded the Sea Gallantry Medal in Silver and Bronze.

 

Sea Gallantry Medal

Sea Gallantry Medal 

The Sea Gallantry Medal is the official Board of Trade Medal for Saving Life at Sea and is an award for civil gallantry at sea in Great Britain and the Commonwealth. The medal is awarded in Gold, Silver and Bronze.

The award of this medal permits the usage of a post-nominal SGM.

The following members of the Royal Fleet Auxiliary Service have been awarded the Sea Gallantry Medal in Silver and Bronze.

Silver

1919 - Third Officer Ralph Henry JAMES, R.F.A.

Bronze

1919 - Second Officer Charles FIELDING, R.F.A.
1926 - Second Officer Lester NEWMAN, R.F.A.
1926 - Donkeyman Arthur WILLIAMS, R.F.A.   
1926 - Able Seaman Thomas McCulloch McLEAN, R.F.A. 
1926 - Able Seaman David Stuart SORBY, R.F.A.   
1926 - Able Seaman Robert KENNEDY, R.F.A.    
1926 - Seaman Charles RESIDE, R.F.A.

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