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Pte. Charlton served in the Holding Operational Commando (HOC). Post war he served as a Lieutenant in the Federation of Malaya Police Force. Police Lieutenant Charlton was awarded the George Medal on the 24th April 1951 for his gallantry whilst serving in the Malay Police. He was later killed in action during a bandit ambush in South Johor on the 5th May 1954.
Citation for the George Medal
Fus Liley, from Scarborough, served in No 3 Commando. Post war in 1950 he was awarded the George Medal for saving the life of a man in a quarry accident. He was also presented with the Daily Herald Order of Industrial Heroism at the Roscoe Rooms, Scarborough, on the 22nd July 1950. His death was announced in Commando Association newsletter 86 of 1988.
Citation for the George Medal:Eric Vincent Liley, lately Dumper Driver, Scalby Road Quarry, Scarborough.
Richard Roberts served in 'C' troop of No 4 Commando. He contnued his military service after the war serving in Korea. He was awarded the George Medal in 1947 whilst attached to 1st Bn Royal Scots Fusiliers.
His death was announced in Commando Association Newsletter 60 of 1975.
Cpl. Tom Scott served in 11 Commando 10 troop. 
In October 1945 it was announced that he had been awarded the George Medal in recognition of gallant and distinguished services in the field. 
There is an SOE file held in his name at the National Archives. The file is closed until January 2031. 
The death of Cpl. Tom Scott GM, of Westfield, Bathgate, West Lothian, was announced to members in Commando Association newsletter 82 issued March 1986.