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Amongst those decorated in the Queen's Birthday Honours were :

ORDER OF THE BATH

Knight Grand Cross - General Sir Nicholas HOUGHTON, KCB CBE ADC Gen

Knight Commander -  Lieutenant General Barnabas William Benjamin WHITE–SPUNNER, CBE

Companions

Rear Admiral Mark ANDERSON
Vice Admiral Robert George COOLING
Lieutenant General Andrew John Noble GRAHAM, CBE
Major General Robert Adam Mungo Simpson MELVIN, OBE
Major General Martin John RUTLEDGE, OBE
Air Vice-Marshal Simon John BOLLOM
Air Vice-Marshal Graham Edward STACEY MBE

Dr Frances Carolyn SAUNDERS - Chief Executive, Defence Science Technology Laboratory

ORDER OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

Knight Commander - Air Marshal Christopher Nigel HARPER CBE

Commanders

Rear Admiral Martin Brian ALABASTER
Commodore David James Rees DICKENS OBE Royal Navy
Commodore David Julian MARSH ADC Royal Navy
Surgeon Captain Mark John MIDWINTER Royal Navy
Brigadier Alan Douglas Campbell CLACHER, OBE,
Brigadier Simon David HUTCHINSON, MBE,
Brigadier Jolyon Thomas JACKSON,
Major General Alan Drury MACKLIN,
Brigadier Tyrone Richard URCH, OBE
Brigadier David Gordon WILSON
Air Commodore Robert Bourke CUNNINGHAM MBE
Air Commodore Ian Craig MORRISON
Air Commodore Jonathan Colton RIGBY OBE

Peter Lloyd ROGERS - Chief Executive, Babcock International

KNIGHT BATCHELOR

Professor Mark Edward WELLAND FRS - Chief Scientific Advisor


Other awards can be found within Defence News at www.mod.uk





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