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Squadron Leader Samuel Bailey, 36, and Flight Lieutenants Hywel Poole, 28, and Adam Sanders, 27, were killed in the crash, 25 miles south of Wick.
Squadron Leader Peter Gibb received the award for his work in the planning of the Air Surveillance and Control Systems elements of the Air Security Plan for the London Olympics in 2012.
The guests for the evening were Wing Commander Stuart Iles, Officer Commanding Warwickshire and Birmingham Wing, and Squadron Leader Martin Harrison, the Squadron's Wing Staff Officer and former Commanding Officer of 163 Squadron.
The woman, squadron leader Anandita Das, had allegedly committed suicide in her government flat in Jodhpur in November last year.
Abhyankar, Squadron Leader Sukhdeep Singh and Flight Lieutenant Maneesh Singh, led by Squadron Leader S.
EIGHT Red Arrows pilots took to the skies yesterday in their first public performance since the death of one of their team-mates in tribute to him, the squadron leader said.
Squadron leader Tony Pickering, one of few fighter pilots still alive who flew both Hurricane and Spitfire planes during the Second World War, will be at the show where he will be reunited with Spitfire number K9942, which he flew during the war.
Squadron Leader Brian Daly deployed to Afghanistan in April 2010 for a 12-month tour.