Distinguished Conduct Medal (DCM)
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Sergeant Donald Bullock was reported missing presumed killed during operations at Salerno on the 13th September 1943 [2a]. He was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for leadership, gallantry and devotion to duty on the 10th September 1943 [2a].
"Gulf of Salerno 9-10 Sep 43
Private Harry Calder, RAMC attached to 40 RM Commando, was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for his outstanding gallantry during operations at Lake Comacchio. 
- 1945 Mentioned in Despatches for outstanding service while operating with the Allied Armies in Italy .
 London Gazette 36947, page 997.
 National Archives file WO 373/47/42.
- 27 April 1946 commissioned Second Lieutenant, East Surreys .
Fritz Sigmund Hausmann was born in Bingen Am Rhein, April 27th 1921. He was a German Jew who at age 13, fled Germany alone and went to school in Palestine. When he was of age he enlisted and did his basic training in Sarafend, Palestine and he then joined the 462 RASC. On May 1st, 1943 he was on board the Erinpura, which was attacked and sunk in the Mediterranean with heavy loss of life. Having survived the sinking, he joined No.
- 1940 (Private) awarded the Military Medal for his gallantry whilst serving with 5th Northants at Oudenarde. 
Signalman David Herring, Royal Corps of Signals, was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal in recognition of distinguished services in the field. The National Archives file records his award under Escape and Evasion Reports .
London Gazette 36983, page 1427.
Lance Sergeant Leslie Hopkins was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal in recognition of gallant and distinguished service during operations on the night of 15/16 April 1945 near Fossa Marina at Lake Comacchio, Italy. He was wounded during the action which resulted in his award.
The death of Sgt. Leslie Hopkins, DCM. (9 Cdo) of Rothesay, Bute, was announced in Commando Association newsletter 84 issued March 1987.
London Gazette 41092, page 3418.
National Archives file WO 373/124/53.
Corporal William Murray was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for outstanding gallantry in Sicily while serving in a Marine Commando, in leading an assault with fixed bayonets against an enemy machine gun post and in carrying the attack through with success in spite of a serious wound in the left eye.Sources London Gazette 36275, page 5334. National Archives file WO 373/47/140.
Corporal Frank Nightingale was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal for gallantry, leadership and undaunted devotion to duty during the assault on the Island of Walcheren.Sources London Gazette 36947, page 997. National Archives file WO 373/47/43.
- Distinguished service between 1st August 1980 and 31 October 1980 .
Distinguished service between 1st November 1982 and 31st January 1983 .
Warrant Officer Class 2 George Reace was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal , and was also Mentioned in Despatches , both in recognition of gallant and distinguished services in Italy.
The death of George Reace DCM of Prescott, Arizona, U.S.A. was announced in Commando Association newsletter 112 issued March 2001.
- 29 May 1941 (Lance Sergeant) wounded during operations in Crete .
Lance Sergeant John Thomson was awarded the Distinguished Conduct Medal in recognition of gallant and distinguished services in Italy.Sources London Gazette 36615, page 3376 published 20 July 1944. National Archives file WO373/6/528.
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