Italy – Bronze Medal of Military Valour

The Bronze Medal of Military Valour  (Medaglia di bronzo al valor militare) is an Italian medal for gallantry. It was established by Charles Albert of Sardinia on 26 March 1833, along with the higher ranking Gold and Silver Medals for Military valour. the medal was established by the Royal Decree of 4 November 1932, in which their purpose is defined as “To distinguish and publicly honor the authors of heroic military acts, even ones performed in time of peace, provided that the exploit is closely connected with the purposes for which the Armed Forces are constituted, whatever may be the condition or quality of the author.”

Second Lieutenant Kenneth Oxenden Bracken MM
Sergeant Claude Drone Winegard