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Born: Robert William Hoskins 
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Bob Hoskins played C.S.M. Williams. Zulu Dawn.
 


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PostSubject: Long service and Good Conduct stripes...   Wed Jan 02, 2013 8:03 am

Hello and Happy New Year 2013 to all and especially a very good health in 2013, this is the most important ...


Long service and Good Conduct stripes were awarded to qualifying privates and lance - corporals ,to a maximun of seven badges,for 2,5,12,18,21 and 26 years' service...

One small question I have in mind to start the year ...

Very well, but to become holder of these Long Service and Good Conduct stripes, it had to have 2,5,12,18,21 or 26 years' service of war or campaign ?

Or you could receive the Long Service and Good Conduct stripes in remaining at the bottom of a barracks of London during 2,5,12,18,21 or 26 years? ...

Cheers

Pascal
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PostSubject: Re: Long service and Good Conduct stripes...   Sat Jan 05, 2013 1:53 pm

Pascal

These awards are for just what they are called - long service and good conduct. It is relative to the length of time in service and are not affected by campaign service etc

Bill
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PostSubject: Re: Long service and Good Conduct stripes...   Sat Jan 05, 2013 5:27 pm

Hi Bill

Ben there, there had to ask ...

This is a matter of more settled, thank you Bill ...

And most importantly, I wish you a happy new year 2013 and especially a very good health, this is the most important ...

Best regards

Pascal
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