Gav Miller

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Medal - Distinguished Service Order.png I, Field Marshal George Norfolk, Chief of Defence Staff, hereby award Gav Miller membership to the Distinguished Service Order as conferred by the United Kingdom Military Honours Committee.

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Gav Miller

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Nationality Flag-USA.png American
Date of birth 1st August 2009
Date of death 2014
Sex Male
Newspaper The Ginger Spectator
Congress member of UK
January 26, 2011 – February 25, 2011
Congress member of Ireland
March 26, 2011 – April 25, 2011
Congress member of Scotland
August 26, 2011 – September 25, 2011
Military rank Icon rank God of War**.png God of War**
Aircraft rank Airman 0.png Airman

Gav Miller was born UK citizen.

He was a member of the British Armed Forces and member of the Bremen Clubhouse.

Investor / shareholder in Kiro Industries which had numerous manufacturing & raw material companies internationally.

He, along with other members of the Bremen Clubhouse, moved to become Irish citizens to help solve the final solution to the Irish problem. After being kicked out of the British Armed Forces for taking up Irish citizenship, Gav Miller became a member of the United States militia Ultramarines.

Soon after the second successful wipe of Ireland he returned to the United Kingdom with other members of the Bremen Clubhouse, triumphant from their months of hard work in Ireland.

On Day 1,423 Gav Miller finally took the step he had been moving towards for months and permanently moved to the United States of America after receiving citizenship the same day.


UK Military Appointments Held:

UK Military Decorations

This soldier has been Mentioned in Despatches by the UK Military.
Distinguished Service OrderRoyal Guard Service MedalRoyal Navy Service MedalRoyal Marines Service MedalSpecial Forces Support Group Service MedalSpecial Air Service Service Medal
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United Kingdom Special Forces Service Medal
Gold award star Textured ribbon - New Royal Air Force Service Medal.png
Second Asian Campaign MedalNew England Campaign MedalSecond Eastern European Campaign MedalWestern European Campaign MedalGreat British Campaign MedalUlster Campaign MedalAmazon Campaign MedalValhalla Campaign MedalIreland-Canada Campaign MedalEast Asian Campaign Medal
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UK Citizen Awards/Honours

On Christmas Day 2010, Gav Miller was one of the few to be included in the Maddog Jones Christmas Honours

He was awarded the 'Destroyed Ireland's Everything' or DIE for short. These were awarded to all those who played an instrumental role in the destruction of Ireland[1].

On Day 1163, after two previous failed attempts, Gav Miller became a Congress member in London in the United Kingdom. He represented the North East of England.

On Day 1222, Gav Miller became a Congress member in Dublin in Ireland. He represented Cork.

On Day 1375, Gav Miller became a Congress member in London in the United Kingdom. He represented Scotland.

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Freedom Fighter (x1)
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Hard Worker (x52)
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Congress Member (x3)
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Battle Hero (x78)
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Campaign Hero (x4)
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Resistance Hero (x1)
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Super Soldier (x269)
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Mercenary (x1)
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True Patriot (x20)
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Party President* (x1)


Decoration 4th MU tournament 2.png Team Player - Helped his Military Unit to win the 2nd place in the New World Cup.


Military offices

New office
ATC becomes operational as
authorised by Field Marshal hazz, then Chief of the General Staff
General Staff Officer, Army Training Corps Succeeded by
Major General Herman Andersen
Preceded by
General John F Baker
General Officer Commanding, Army Training Corps Succeeded by
General Petros13
Preceded by
Colonel Tom Morgan
Officer Commanding, Special Air Service, United Kingdom Special Forces Succeeded by
Colonel George Norfolk