Possums & Bird Dogs: Australian Army Aviation's 161 Reconnaissance Flight in South Vietnam

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Appendix 2
Honours and awards

Member of the Order of the British Empire (MBE)

340180 Captain Peter            Mervyn Robinson            RAEME

Distinguished Flying Cross (DFC)

25516 Major Henry            Arthur Benson RAA

25621 Major Lawrence            Gerard Doyle RAA

28356 Major Graeme            Hill-Smith AAAvn

18548 Captain James            Douglas Campbell            RAEME

235246 Captain John            Leslie Coggan RAA

39875 Captain William            Bevil Flanagan            NZAAC

39545 Lieutenant Terence            John Hayes AAAvn

17699 Lieutenant            Colin Walter Scott            RAINF

30799 Lieutenant            Edwin Grant Steel            NZAAC

2243939 Second            Lieutenant Peter            Alexander Bysouth            AAAvn

39548 Second            Lieutenant Fraser            Maxwell Gibson            AAAvn

1200956 Second            Lieutenant Peter            Harry Rogers            AAAvn

44101 Second Lieutenant            Malcolm Roy Smith            AAAvn

3112007 Second            Lieutenant Michael            John Sonneveld            AAAvn

Queen’s Commendation for Brave Conduct

213017 Second            Lieutenant Robert            William Askew            RAEME

Mention in Despatches (MID)

235149 Major Philip            John Calvert AAAvn

27240 Major Neil Hilton            Harden AAAvn

235266 Captain Robert            Malcolm Millar            RAEME

1200935 Captain Rowan            Edmond Monteith            AAAvn

11509 Captain Bevan            John Smith RAE

37498 Captain John            Trevor Wright            RAINF

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