FIVE members of the same fire watch were among those presented with long service and good conduct medals The Blue Watch officers received their medals from chief fire officer Dan Stephens at the Merseyside Maritime Museum in Liverpool.
What does LSCG stand for?
LSCG stands for Long Service and Good Conduct medal (UK military)
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- Military and Government
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- Lower Savannah Council of Governments
- Lumbosacral Chain Ganglia
- Lyman Spitzer Climbing Grant
- Learning and Skills Council Greater Merseyside (UK)
- Learning Support Centers in Higher Education
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- Liner Shipping Connectivity Index (UNCTAD)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
A SERVICEMAN from Birmingham has been awarded the Royal Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
The Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal was introduced by royal warrant in June 1951 to honour those who rendered long and meritorious service in police forces.
The Welsh Ambulance Services NHS Trust will be presenting staff from the South-East Region with long service and good conduct medals at the Holiday Inn in Newport on June 18.
Gary Williams, the Legion branch's membership secretary, said: "I am very interested in medals and was surprised he had not got the Regular Army Long Service and Good Conduct Medal.
His colleague, Lord Dubbs, said the Long Service and Good Conduct Medal had been awarded to firefighters here.
The Police Long Service and Good Conduct Medal was instituted by King George VI in 1951 and is awarded as a mark of the Sovereign's appreciation of "long and meritorious" service by serving police officers.
During a career which spanned 39 years he was awarded the General Service Medal (Malaya) in 1965, the Long Service and good conduct medal in 1976, Strike command commendation 1980, AOC TU Support commendation in 1986, the Meritorious Service Medal in 1988 and the clasp to Long Service and Good Conduct Medal in 1991.