United States of America – Bronze Star
The Bronze Star Medal is a United States Armed Forces decoration awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces for either heroic achievement, heroic service, meritorious achievement, or meritorious service in a combat zone.
When the medal is awarded by the Army, Air Force, or Space Force for acts of valor in combat, the “V” device is authorized for wear on the medal. When the medal is awarded by the Navy, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard for acts of valor or meritorious service in combat, the Combat “V” is authorized for wear on the medal.
Officers from the other Uniformed Services of the United States are eligible to receive this award, as are foreign soldiers who have served with or alongside a service branch of the United States Armed Forces.
Colonel L.H.P.S. Boucher CD
Lieutenant John William Chivers
Colonel K.R. Cotton OMM CD
Captain William Anderson Cowan
Major Archibald Stewart Dewar
Lieutenant-Colonel Howard Cleugh Fair
Sergeant Albert Lewis Fitz-Randolph
Major-General S.C. Hetherington OMM MSC CD
Gunner Hedley Judson Horning
Sergeant Arne Paul Knudsen
Major S.J. Kuervers CD
Captain Albert Linus Lee
Warrant Officer Class I Ferdinand Anthony MacVicar
Major Edward Murray Dalzeil McNaughton
Colonel I.A. Miezitis CD
Bombardier Gavin Ian Reid
Bombardier Reid, Artillery, a member of Battery “C”, 1st Regiment, Royal Canadian Horse Artillery, distinguished himself by meritorious service in Korea from 6 May 1952 to 19 September 1952. As Battery Signal Non-Commissioned Officer, responsible for continual supervision and maintenance of the battery communication lines, he carried out the multiplicity of intricate details incident to his key position in an exemplary manner. When enemy artillery fire severed vital lines of communication, disregarding his own safety, he constantly exposed himself to hostile fire to personally inspect and repair the lines. Bombardier Reid’s fortitude, determination of purpose, and devotion to duty materially furthered the cause of the United Nations in Korea and reflect great credit upon himself and the military service.
Captain Robert J. Staples
Captain Robert J. Staples, Royal Canadian Artillery, as Liaison Officer for the British Commonwealth Forces in Korea, distinguished himself by meritorious service from 15 April 1952 to 30 January 1953. Cognizant of the significant role which he played in integrating the movement of men and supplies of the Commonwealth forces into the overall United Nations operations and the necessity for smooth interrelation within the complex United Nations logistical operations, Captain Staples established an exemplary rapport with ports, depots, and technical services of the Korean Base Section. His technical knowledge and adeptness at preplanning insured and facilitated timely movement of vast numbers of troops and impedimenta despite vicissitudes and obstacles, including transportation, equipment, terrain difficulties, and adverse weather conditions. He carefully screened, with an acute eye for economy, major requests for assistance and support. He cooperated closely in key local defence and vital fire protection plans. With his broad knowledge of United States Army organization, he promoted excellent cooperation between units and personnel. His outstanding administrative and executive abilities contributed immeasurably to the effectiveness of the United Nations effort in Korea. The meritorious service rendered by Captain Staples reflects credit upon himself and the British Commonwealth forces.
Staff Sergeant George Benson Stewart
Private Richard Wadeson
Lieutenant-Colonel J.C. Wilson CD