He has been awarded the Queen's Gallantry Medal for, not once, but twice, putting himself in "extreme danger" to help colleagues.
What does QGM stand for?
QGM stands for Queen's Gallantry Medal
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
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We have 4 other meanings of QGM in our Acronym Attic
- Queensland Government Insurance Fund (Australia)
- Quantum Geographic Information System (software)
- Qui-Gon Jinn (Star Wars)
- Queen's Golden Jubilee Medal
- Quality Gear Labs (bodybuilding)
- Quantum Game Library
- Queensland Government Libraries Consortium (Australia)
- Quantum Generalized Langevin Equation
- Quantitative Gas Measurement (geology)
- Quarterly General Meeting
- Query Graph Model (computer science)
- Questar Gas Management (natural gas energy)
- Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (Australia)
- Queensland Government Mining Journal (Australia)
- Quarterly Groundwater Monitoring Program
- Queensland Gridiron Officials Association
- Qualified Glider Pilot (pilot certificate)
- Qualifying Grand Prix (auto racing)
- Quark-Gluon Plasma (particle physics)
- Queensland Gas Pipeline (Jemena; Australia)
Samples in periodicals archive:
CAPTION(S): Clearing a safe path: Sapper Matthew Garey who received the Queen's Gallantry Medal for his work in Helmand (right).
Sergeant Stuart Pearson, who was awarded the Queen's Gallantry Medal for bravery, has been told he is to be medically discharged within months against his wishes.
Also honoured was Private Daniel Hellings, 19, of Ellesmere Port, who risked his own life to conduct a fingertip bomb search who received the Queen's Gallantry Medal.
Sergeant John Swithenbank, from Redcar, attended Buckingham Palace to receive the Queen's Gallantry Medal from Prince Charles.
Corporal John Hardman, 32, from Scarborough, received his Queen's Gallantry Medal for going to the aid of a British soldier who had stepped on an IED while on a patrol near Gereshk in November 2009.
Sergeant Tommy Palmer, from Falkirk, was one of only three soldiers to receive the Queen's Gallantry Medal for helping end the London siege in 1980.
Sgt Tommy Palmer was among three soldiers from the elite regiment - motto Who Dares Wins - who won the Queen's Gallantry Medal for ending the 1980 hostage drama that was watched live on TV by millions.