General Service Medal 1918-1962, 1 clasp, Near East (2/Lt. D.G. Knott. R.E.), in named box of issue; Efficiency Decoration 1930 Elizabeth II issue, reverse officially dated ‘1975’, in original Royal Mint case of issue; Clasp to Efficiency Decoration, reverse officially dated ‘1982’, in named box of issue with two rosettes; Lieutenant-Colonel David George Knott, Royal Engineers. EF


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He was commissioned from Cadet to Second Lieutenant on the National Service List (Territorial Army) on 24 March 1956, seeing service in the Near East in late 1956 before being promoted to Lieutenant on 5 December 1957 in the Regular Army Reserve of Officers. He returned to the Territorial Army as Lieutenant on 30 April 1962 and was then promoted to Captain on 5 October 1964. He was made Captain in the Regular Army on 1 April 1967 and was awarded the Efficiency Decoration (T.&A.V.R.) at the rank of Major on 15 April 1975. Having been promoted to Lieutenant-Colonel on 1 August 1981, he received the clasp to his Efficiency Decoration on 1 June 1982. Lieutenant-Colonel David George Knott (1937-2021)

E.D.: London Gazette: 15 April, 1975
E.D. (clasp):
London Gazette: 1 June, 1982