Queen’s Gallantry Medal recipient

Kirintec’s very own ex Royal Logistics Corps Captain Liam FitzGerald-Finch served in the Army for 12 years and was awarded the Queen’s Gallantry Medal.


Liam showed exceptional courage and tireless commitment, ensuring the safety of a convoy on route as part of the Joint Force Explosive Ordnance Disposal Group in Helmand province and thus received the QGM (Queen’s Gallantry Medal)


Liam survived being blown up when the armoured vehicle he was travelling in drove over a bomb. Liam we are very proud of you and your colleagues.


Thank you for letting us share sight of your most deserved medal.


About the medal

  • The QGM is silver and circular in shape
  • It is 36mm in diameter
  • The obverse of the medal shows the crowned effigy of the monarch
  • The reverse bears the image of a St. Edward’s Crown above the words ‘The Queen’s Gallantry Medal’ in four lines, flanked by laurel sprigs
    The ribbon is of three equal stripes of dark blue, pearl grey and dark blue with a narrow rose pink stripe in the centre
  • Further awards of the QGM are indicated by a silver bar ornamented with laurel leaves. When the ribbon alone is worn, a silver rosette denotes award of the Clasp.