The Norfolk

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Medal - Military Cross.png I, Field Marshal R.R. Napier, President of the Military Honours Committee, hereby award The Norfolk the Military Cross as conferred by the United Kingdom Military Honours Committee.

The Norfolk

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Nationality Flag-United Kingdom.jpg British
Date of birth May 13, 2009
Date of death 2019 (estimated)
Residence Leeds, Yorkshire & Humberside
Sex Male
Military rank Icon rank National Force*.png National Force*
Aircraft rank Airman 1st class 2.png Airman 1st Class**

The Norfolk, born as George Norfolk, was a heavily involved member of the British Armed Forces, and the United Kingdom community.


Military Appointments Held

Military Honours, Decorations

Distinguished Service OrderMilitary Cross
Oak leaf Textured ribbon - Royal Navy Service Medal.png
Royal Marines Service Medal
Royal Guards Service MedalNorth Alantic Campaign MedalNordic Campaign MedalSecond Central European Campaign Medal
Second Asian Campaign MedalNew England Campaign MedalSecond Eastern European Campaign MedalWestern European Campaign Medal
Great British Campaign MedalUlster Campaign MedalAmazon Campaign MedalValhalla Campaign Medal
Ireland-Canada Campaign MedalEast Asian Campaign Medal
Gold award star Textured ribbon - Second Great British Campaign.png
Military offices
Preceded by
Captain mbem
Commanding Officer, HMS Hassan Pesaran Succeeded by
Captain Polio
Preceded by
Rear Admiral Huate Allapies
Officer Commanding, Royal Navy Admin Command Team Department dissolved
Preceded by
Vice Admiral Nice Guy Eddie
Second Sea Lord, Executive Officer Royal Navy Succeeded by
Vice Admiral John F Baker
Preceded by
General Steven Mack
General Officer Commanding, Royal Artillery Succeeded by
General Andalas
Preceded by
Field Marshal hazz
Chief of the General Staff Succeeded by
Field Marshal Artela