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He also holds Germany's Distinguished Service Cross and Grand Cross of the Order of Merit with Star, the Royal Academy of Music Bach Prize, Prix de Composition and Musical de la Fondation Prince Pierre de Monaco, Ernst von Siemens Music Award and Robert Schumann Prize for Poetry and Music.
The deed which has secured him the award of the Distinguished Service Cross was of a daring and thrilling character, but we are unable to give details at present.
The Distinguished Service Cross was established by an Act of Congress.
The Navy lieutenant flew Seafires during the Second World War and was awarded the Distinguished Service Cross among a haul of medals for heroics including raids on Japanese refineries.
Rodriguez, Commander of US Forces Command, awarded the Distinguished Service Cross to the widow of Staff Sgt.
For his actions while his unit was under fire, Mansfield was decorated with the Distinguished Service Cross.
A modest man who disliked fuss, Collins never mentioned his distinguished and courageous wartime service in the Royal Navy, which won him the Distinguished Service Cross and bar, and resulted in his appointment as MBE.
Jack" Akehurst (DSO) and Lieutenant Allan "Spud" Wright, who was awarded the second-highest award, the Distinguished Service Cross.