Crossley was awarded the Distinguished Service Order
on August 20, only to be shot down again on August 25.
Republic of Vietnam Army Distinguished Service Order
, First Class
Level 2: Distinguished Service Order
(DSO) (for command and leadership), Conspicuous Gallantry Cross (CGC) (for gallantry)
For his First World War service he was mentioned in despatches on 4 January and 18 May 1917 and was created a Companion of the Distinguished Service Order
on 4 June 1917.
Distinguished Conduct Medal Distinguished Service Order
Bar to Distinguished Service Order
Croix de Guerre CMG 1919 Mention in Despatches 4 times (this briefly)
By the end of the First World War, during which he played a prominent role in nearly all of the 4th Australian Infantry Brigade's actions at Gallipoli and on the Western Front, Harry Murray had received the Victoria Cross, the Distinguished Service Order
(and Bar), the Distinguished Conduct Medal and the French Croix de Guerre.
Following his father into the army, he was commissioned in the King's Royal Rifle Corps, serving in India in the 1930s and earning a Distinguished Service Order
in theatre-fighting of the Italian campaign of World War II.
The Army Chief was here to unveil the statues of Field Marshal K M Cariappa, and Padma Bhushan and Distinguished Service Order
(DSO) awardee General Kodendera Subayya Thimayya, at Cauvery College in Karnataka's Kodagu District.
Eldest brother Thomas, who was the only one who returned home from the conflict, rose to the rank of colonel and was awarded the Distinguished Service Order
for gallantry in the Second Battle of Ypres.
The hero was only 22 years old and his extraordinary exploits had earned him an array of medals including the Distinguished Service Order
and Distinguished Flying Cross, which he was twice awarded.
1916: Major Richard Sugden from Brighouse was awarded the Distinguished Service Order