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​ A fine Second World War home service British Empire Medal and double long service group awarded to Sergeant T.J. Long, Royal Army Medical Corps, who was awarded the British Empire Medal in the London Gazette for 9th January 1946, and as a Hospital Serg

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A fine Second World War home service British Empire Medal and double long service group awarded to Sergeant T.J. Long, Royal Army Medical Corps, who was awarded the British Empire Medal in the London Gazette for 9th January 1946, and as a Hospital Sergeant with the Gloucestershire Division of the Saint John Ambulance Brigade, was awarded the Service Medal of the Order of Saint John in 1950, and then the Voluntary Medical Service Medal.
Group of 5: British Empire Medal, GV| 1st type bust, Military Division; (7516423 SGT. THOMAS J LONG R.A.M.C.); Defence Medal; War Medal 1939-1945; Service Medal of the Order of Saint John, plated issue with straight bar suspension; (H/SGT. T.J. LONG. GLOS. S.J.A.B. 1950); Voluntary Medical Service Medal, silver issue; (THOMAS JOSEPH LONG);
Condition: Good Very Fine.

Together with a British Red Cross Society For Merit Badge, reverse engraved: ‘13025 T.J. LONG’.
Thomas Joseph Long served during the Second World War on home service as a Sergeant (No.7516423) with the Royal Army Medical Corps, and was awarded the British Empire Medal in the London Gazette for 9th January 1946. Long was serving as a Hospital Sergeant with the Gloucestershire Division of the Saint John Ambulance Brigade when he was awarded the Service Medal of the Order of Saint John in 1950, and as a member of the Voluntary Medical Services, was also awarded the Voluntary Medical Service Medal.