He added their display of bravery in defense of the ships had gained them the utmost admiration from all pilots in his squadron.
A bronze diploma was awarded to you and upon this your service record and awards for bravery noted.
They warmly commended the bravery of the rescue workers.
York station is one of the few places to display a plaque commemorating the bravery and sacrifices of its employees.
While I greatly admire the bravery of the pilots, I do not want them pressed too hard.
He praised the bravery of people who served Britain by working in intelligence.
He showed such bravery in the air that he was awarded the Military Cross in the same year.
The annual Provincial Police Awards recognize bravery or devotion to civic duty in support of the police.
For most conspicuous bravery at Munster Alley on the 6th August 1916.
Many have shown incredible bravery fighting illness or disability and have shown stamina many of us could not imagine.
This was in the personal gift of the Queen for outstanding bravery in the field.
The Kent Police Band performed at a police bravery awards ceremony held at 10 Downing Street recently.
He is also a Vietnam war veteran with bravery medals to his name.
Scott enlisted in the air force and was decorated for bravery in the face of danger many times.
He won the Military Medal for bravery in the field at the Acre Valley.
The Army received the thanks of both Houses of Parliament for its bravery in the late actions against the enemy.
The 1981 film ' Gallipoli ' praised the bravery of ordinary soldiers but suggested that the British commanders were useless.
Tyne Cot is a monument to the stupidity of war, yet also the bravery of common men.
Duncan 's main influence is directly after Macbeth is honored for bravery and courage in battle, fighting for Duncan against a rebel lord.
Canadians won a total of 16 Victoria Crosses for bravery under fire.
REWARD: Bravery award for deafblind daredevil A DAREDEVIL from Peterborough, known for performing death-defying feats, has received an award for courage.
He received an award for bravery for his off duty arrest of a deranged armed man who discharged a firearm.
They performed countless feats of bravery at Ypres, most of which went unrecorded in the confusion.
These men were notorious freebooters, famed for their cunning and bravery, and often for their generosity.
It was n't uncommon for a squire to be knighted after such heroism for bravery on the field.
We can look back at David 's bravery and victory with the perfect hindsight.
The bravery of the hospital workers, surrounded by immense suffering, was great.
He received medals for bravery but sent them back because he felt he didn`t deserve them.
The bravery of 19-year-old army medic Private Michelle Norris from Stourbridge in rescuing her shot commander is an inspiring moment of great heroism.
His extraordinary, stoic bravery earned him unconditional tributory awe from the Establishment, and the affectionate family nickname ' one leg '.
The fruits of joy were bravery, courtesy, high spirit, sustained powers of endurance, delight in perilous adventure.
Everest is synonymous with bravery, determination and the pioneering spirit of adventure.
The George Cross and a Commendation for Bravery were the only posthumous civilian awards until November 1977.
OBE awarded for great bravery and steadfast devotion to duty in mine disposal.
However, his works were not limited to these tales of bravery, intrigue and revenge.
These films showed a certain bravery in tackling a subject which, at the time, seemed unapproachable.
In spite of this he returned with undaunted bravery to carry on with the same work next day.
Harker 's bravery is initially suggested through his optimism despite unfamiliar surroundings.