Exemplary service at medical centre

The senior Warrant Officer at the Princess Royal Medical Centre (PRMC), Warrant Officer First Class Peter Duncan, was recently presented with a clasp to his Long Service and Good Conduct Medal by Commander British Forces, Commodore Matt Parr.

The clasp to the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal demonstrates that Warrant Officer Duncan has completed thirty years without the most minor of blemishes in his disciplinary record.

?We are very fortunate to have such a personable, effective, professional and well-respected Warrant Officer,? said Lieutenant Commander Vicki Milburn of the PRMC. ?He was the lynchpin in planning the successful move of various departments into the new Medical Centre,?

?I have had an excellent career and I?ve achieved everything I wanted to achieve? added Warrant Officer Duncan. ?When I joined the Navy in 1976, I was only 16 and too young to work on the wards. I?m now one of the most senior Warrant Officers in the Royal Navy Medical Services.?

At the same ceremony, Sergeant Alan Till, a medical technician, was also presented with his Long Service and Good Conduct Medal for fifteen years of exemplary service.




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