2014 Australia Day Honours

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The Australia Day Honours 2014 were announced on 26 January 2014 by the Governor General of Australia, Quentin Bryce, AC, CVO.

The Australia Day Honours are the first major honour's list for a calendar year which are announced on Australia Day, 26 January. In 2014, the following appointments and awards were made in the Australia Day Honours: Companion of the Order of Australia (AC), Officer of the Order of Australia (AO), Member of the Order of Australia (AM), Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM), Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO), Public Service Medal (PSM), Australian Police Medal (APM), Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM), Ambulance Service Medal (ASM), Emergency Services Medal (ESM), Medal for Gallantry (MG), Commendation for Gallantry, Bar to the Distinguished Service Cross (DSC and Bar), Distinguished Service Cross (DSC), Distinguished Service Medal (DSM), Commendation for Distinguished Service, Bar to the Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC and Bar), Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC), Conspicuous Service Medal (CSM) and the Meritorious Unit Citation.[1]

Order of Australia[edit]

Companion of the Order of Australia (AC)[edit]

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General Division[2]
Recipient Citation
Professor Samuel Frank Berkovic  AM For eminent service to biomedical research in the field of epilepsy genetics as a leading academic and clinician, to the study of neurology on a national and international level, and as an ambassador for Australian medical science education.
Professor Edward Byrne AO For eminent service to tertiary education, particularly through leadership and governance roles with Monash University, to biomedical teaching and research, as a scientist and academic mentor, and as a contributor to improved global health.
Timothy Vincent Fairfax AM For eminent service to business and to the community, as an advocate for

philanthropy and as a major supporter of the visual arts, to the promotion of higher education opportunities, and to rural and regional development programs.

Professor Bruce Harold McKellar For eminent service to science, particularly the study of theoretical physics, as an academic, educator and researcher, through seminal contributions to scientific development organisations, and as an author and mentor.
Geoffrey Rush For eminent service to the arts as a theatre performer, motion picture actor and film producer, as a role model and mentor for aspiring artists, and through support for, and promotion of, the Australian arts industry.
Her Honour the Honourable Sally Gordon Thomas AM For eminent service to the people of the Northern Territory, particularly to the judiciary and social justice, to the advancement of women in the legal profession, to youth, and to the promotion and development of tertiary education.
Dr Yunupingu For eminent service to the performing arts as a musician and songwriter, to the advancement of education and social justice for Indigenous people, and as an advocate for cultural exchange and understanding.
Order of Australia (Military) ribbon
Military Division[3]
Branch Recipient Citation
Air Force Air Marshal Mark Donald Binskin AO Air Marshal Binskin is the consummate military professional who has provided eminent leadership in the fields of air power, people management and strategic reform. His relentless enthusiasm and astute command traits have delivered exceptional advances in the joint capability of the Australian Defence Force. His achievements are testament to 36 years of unswerving dedication, steadfast commitment and inspirational leadership.

Officer of the Order of Australia (AO)[edit]

General Division[4]
Recipient Citation
Stephanie Ann Alexander OAM For distinguished service to education through the design and establishment of schools-based learning programs promoting improved food and eating choices for children, and as an author.
Professor Christine Constance Bennett For distinguished service to medicine and healthcare leadership, as a clinician, researcher and educator, particularly in the fields of child and family health and social policy.
Professor Anthony Roland Blackshield For distinguished service to the law as an academic, to legal education and scholarship, as a contributor to leading professional publications, and as an author and commentator.
Doctor Richard John Brennan For distinguished service to the international community through seminal contributions to humanitarian health, emergency medicine, and disaster response organisations, particularly in developing nations.
Doctor Andrew Arnold Burbidge For distinguished service to the environment as a conservation biologist, to sustainable management practices, and to the preservation of endangered flora and fauna.
Robert Ian Campbell PSM For distinguished service to public administration through innovative policy development, reform and administration at the national level, particularly the provision of services for veterans and their families.
Professor David Stephen Celermajer For distinguished service to medicine in the field of cardiology, as a clinician and researcher, to improved medical diagnostic methods, and to the promotion of heart health, particularly in children and young adults.
Professor Michael John Cousins AM For distinguished service to medicine through specialised tertiary curriculum development, as a researcher and advocate for reform and human rights in the field of pain, and as an author and mentor.
Virginia Louise Cox AM For distinguished service to architecture as a practitioner, through executive roles with international professional organisations, and to architectural education and heritage conservation.
Professor Michael Matthew Daube For distinguished service to medicine, particularly in the area of public health policy and reform, through advisory roles with leading national and international organisations, and to youth.
Robert de Castella MBE For distinguished service to the community through programs promoting children's health and fitness, as a supporter and mentor of young Indigenous men and women, and to marathon running.
Dimity Ann Doran AM For distinguished service to the international community, particularly through the establishment of health care and clinical training programs to prevent and treat hearing loss in babies and young children.
Emeritus Professor Ronald Charles Duncan For distinguished service to international relations as a leading economist, and through innovative economic policy development to raise living standards in Papua New Guinea and Pacific Island nations.
The Honourable Michael Rueben Egan For distinguished service to the Parliament of New South Wales through a range of senior ministerial roles, to tertiary education administration and medical research, and to the community.
Doctor Penelope Ruth Flett For distinguished service to aged persons through significant contributions to improve care and support services, to education, and to the community of Western Australia.
Louis Fleyfel OAM For distinguished service to the Lebanese community in Australia, to the identification and implementation of bilateral trade and investment opportunities, and to philanthropy.
The Honourable Justice Robert William Gotterson For distinguished service to the judiciary and to the law, to legal education, administration and professional standards through a range of senior roles, and to the community of Queensland.
Doctor John Michael Grill For distinguished service to engineering, and to business, to the minerals, energy and power supply industries, and as a supporter of advanced education and training.
Richard Anthony Johnson MBE For distinguished service to architecture, particularly the design of iconic Australian public buildings, to the visual arts and the museum and galleries sector, and to professional associations.
Doctor Murray Chilvers Kemp For distinguished service to education as an economic theorist and academic, to international trade, through contributions to leading professional publications, and as a mentor.
Doctor Andrew Nicholas Liveris For distinguished service to international business through senior roles with multinational organisations, as a supporter of Australia-US educational and cultural relations, and to the community.
Keiran James McNamara † For distinguished service to public administration in Western Australia, to natural resource management and environmental protection policy reform and implementation, and to the community.
Professor Geofferey Norman Masters For distinguished service to education research, to the formulation of a national curriculum and performance reporting mechanisms, and to improved educational outcomes for young people.
Doctor Susan Denise Meek For distinguished service to science, to the development and implementation of policy for science and research, particularly gene technology regulation, and through leadership roles with professional organisations.
Peter Neil Muller For distinguished service to architecture, to the adaptation and preservation of Indigenous design and construction, and to the integration of the built and

environmental landscape.

Doctor Sadanandan E K Nambiar For distinguished service to science, particularly in the field of sustainable productivity and management of forests, as a researcher and author, and as a role model for young scientists.
Professor Peter W G Newman For distinguished service to science education as an academic and researcher, through contributions to urban design and transport sustainability, and to the community.
Robert Ian Oatley BEM For distinguished service to the Australian wine and tourism industries, to yacht racing, and to the community as a supporter of medical research and visual arts organisations.
Professor Rosemary Joan Owens For distinguished service to the law, particularly to legal education as an academic and administrator, to national and international employment and labour organisations, and to women.
Professor Stephen John Parker For distinguished service to tertiary education through administrative, academic and representational roles, and as a leader in the growth and development of the University of Canberra.
Scientia Professor Deo Karan Prasad For distinguished service to architecture, particularly in the field of sustainable urban design, as an academic and researcher, and to the solar renewable energy sector.
Kaye Elizabeth Schofield For distinguished service to vocational and adult education and training, as a researcher and commentator, through contributions to policy development and regulation, and to the community.
John Sinclair For distinguished service to conservation and the environment, through advocacy and leadership roles with a range of organisations, and to natural resource management and protection.
Emeritus Professor Malcolm Preston Skilbeck For distinguished service to tertiary education as an administrator, researcher and author, and through significant contributions to curriculum development and policy formation, both nationally and internationally.
The Honourable Jonathan Donald Stanhope For distinguished service to the community of the Australian Capital Territory through leadership roles, to the advancement of human rights and social justice, and to economic development.
Professor Susan Patricia Street For distinguished service to the performing arts, particularly to dance education at a tertiary level, as a teacher and administrator, to professional organisations, and as a mentor.
Professor John Francis Thompson For distinguished service to medicine in the field of oncology research, particularly melanoma, to national and international professional organisations, and to medical education.
Professor Charles David Throsby For distinguished service to the community as a leading cultural economist, to the promotion and preservation of Australian arts and heritage, and to tertiary education.
Jacqueline Ruth Weaver For distinguished service to the performing arts as an actor and entertainer, as a supporter of social welfare organisations, and as a role model and mentor to young performers.
Associate Professor Edward Thomas Wilkes For distinguished service to the Indigenous community as a leading researcher in the area of public health and welfare, to youth in Western Australia, and to the provision of legal support services.
Military Division[5]
Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Rear Admiral Trevor Norman Jones AM CSC RAN Rear Admiral Jones has distinguished himself as an extremely motivated officer, whose personable manner and highly developed leadership style has profoundly influenced workforce management outcomes, general cultural reform, and the development of critical financial and capability governance controls. His achievements bring him enormous credit and are in keeping with the highest traditions of the Royal Australian Navy and the Australian Defence Force.
Air Force Air Vice-Marshal Gavin Neil Davies CSC Air Vice-Marshal Davies is the epitome of professionalism who has distinguished himself through exceptional leadership in shaping the Royal Australian Air Force of the future; advancing Air Force's relationship with the United States military; and deftly managing change to deliver Air Force's contribution to the Strategic Reform Program. His extraordinary achievements have brought great credit on himself and the Royal Australian Air Force, and are in the finest traditions of the Australian Defence Force.

Member of the Order of Australia (AM)[edit]

Medal of the Order of Australia (OAM)[edit]

Royal Victorian Order[edit]

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Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order (LVO)[edit]

Recipient Citation
Mark Thomas Fraser  OAM Deputy Official Secretary to the Governor-General

Public Service Medal (PSM)[edit]

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Branch Recipient
Australian Public Service David Edward Banham
Doctor Raymond Paul Canterford
Ms Kim Louise Clarke †
Ms Tania Joy Constable
Tony Robert Cook
Ms Rebecca Mary Cross
Doctor Rhondda Gay Dickson
Doctor Nicholas Gerrit Hartland
Ian Robert McKenzie
Doctor Anthony Joseph McLeod
Ms Susan Lee Page
Doctor Simon Pelling
Terance John Price
Anthony James Slatyer
New South Wales
Public Service
James Eugene Baldwin
Christopher John Crawford
Doctor Robert Creese
David John Evans
Ms Heather Gray
Mrs Rosemary Anne Hailstone
Ted Hoare
Christopher Denton Leach
Robert Mulas
Ross Henry O'Shea
Mrs Rhondda Gai Vassallo
Victorian
Public Service
John Bennie
Ms Lynette Kaye Brown
Gregory Bruce Byrne
Bruce Thomas Colcott OAM
Garry Philip Ellis
Mrs Beverley Ann Garratt
Doctor Rosemary Ann Lester
John Nimon Mooney
Doctor Eugenie Mary Tuck OAM
Queensland
Public Service
Professor Michael Ian Cleary
Dale Robert Dickson
Doctor Richard John Eden
Peter James Rourke
Doctor Catherine Yelland
Western Australian
Public Service
Ms Elisabeth Harris
William Albert Preston
Ian Trevor Smith
South Australian
Public Service
Ms Pauline Mary Barnett
Barry Alan Goldtein
Mrs Pamela June Martin
Tasmanian
Public Service
Peter Rex Conway
Northern Territory
Public Service
Francis Gerard McGuiness
Doctor Lorna Faye Melville AM

Australian Police Medal (APM)[edit]

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Branch Recipient
Australian Federal Police Detective Sergeant Therese Lauren Barnicoat
Superintendent Brad Barton
Assistant Commissioner Michael James Outram
New South Wales Police Force Sergeant Glenn Roy Griffiths
Inspector Lynette Kaesler
Detective Inspector John Maricic
Detective Sergeant Andrew Paul Marks
Sergeant Robert Peter Minns
Detective Inspector Christopher Raymond Olen
Sergeant Karen Mercia Owen
Detective Superintendent Wayne George Starling
Inspector Richard Paul Steinborn
Victoria Police Senior Sergeant Gregory John Davies
Sergeant David John Dimsey
Commander Douglas John Fryer
Superintendent Brett Page Guerin
Assistant Commissioner Tracy Linford
Sergeant Deryn Caroline Ricardo
Queensland Police Sergeant Kate Amelia Bailey
Sergeant Dimitrios (Jim) Bellos
Assistant Commissioner Robert William Gee
Detective Senior Sergeant Kelly Harvey
Senior Sergeant Erwin Hoffmann
Inspector Ian Andrew Thompson
Western Australia Police Superintendent Craig Robert Donaldson
Inspector Paul Gervase La Spina
Detective Inspector Kylie Maree Whiteley
South Australia Police Detective Senior Sergeant Joanne Sharman
Detective Chief Inspector Stephen John Taylor
Senior Constable First Class Peter John Thompson
Tasmania Police Inspector Glenn Anthony Lathey
Constable First Class Roderick Lee Warrington
Northern Territory Police Detective Superintendent Tony James Fuller
Detective Senior Sergeant Peter John Schiller

Australian Fire Service Medal (AFSM)[edit]

Australian Fire Service Medal ribbon

Philip Canham ACT

Ambulance Service Medal (ASM)[edit]

Ambulance Service Medal ribbon

Emergency Services Medal (ESM)[edit]

Emergency Services Medal ribbon
Branch Recipient
New South Wales Emergency Services Gina Marie Mammone
Raymond Bruce Willett
Victoria Emergency Services Martin Stephen Forber
Stanley Oliver Hendy
Queensland Emergency Services Anthony John Fenner
Margaret Ann Garbutt
Wayne Derek Preeedy
Western Australia Emergency Services Merrilyn May Hide
John Murray Iffla
South Australia Emergency Services John Edge
Theresa Esther Purvis
Tasmanian Emergency Services Paul Branch
Harold Deverell
Susan Jane Powell
Northern Territory Emergency Services Michelle Thomas

Medal for Gallantry (MG)[edit]

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Branch Recipient Citation
Army Corporal Michael Patrick Chalk In the Tangi Valley, Afghanistan, Corporal Chalk's partnered patrol came under effective machine gun, sniper and small arms fire from an enemy force occupying dominating terrain. Corporal Chalk risked his life time and again by moving through open ground and enemy fire to support Afghan National Army soldiers, restoring order and confidence. His actions helped regain the initiative and undoubtedly saved lives.
Sergeant 'J' Following an improvised explosive device explosion in a compound in Helmand Province, Afghanistan, Sergeant J cleared safe paths to two casualties using only his bare hands and a mine prodder. He continued to clear and evacuate other members of the patrol to safety, discovering additional devices, recovering mission essential equipment and gathering intelligence. His actions undoubtedly saved lives. Sergeant J's gallantry in the most hazardous circumstances was of the highest order and in keeping with the finest traditions of the Australian Army and the Australian Defence Force.

Commendation for Gallantry[edit]

Commendation for Gallantry ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation
Army Corporal Anthony Patrick Clarke For acts of gallantry in action while commanding a high risk search team in the 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment Task Group, in Khas Uruzgan, Afghanistan, on 2 September 2012.
Private J For acts of gallantry in action while on operations with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.
Private L For acts of gallantry in action while on operations with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.

Bar to the Distinguished Service Cross (DSC and Bar)[edit]

Distinguished Service Cross & Bar ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation
Army Lieutenant Colonel I For distinguished command and leadership in warlike operations as Commanding Officer of Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.

Distinguished Service Cross (DSC)[edit]

Distinguished Service Cross ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation
Army Major K For distinguished command and leadership in warlike operations as an Officer Commanding with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.

Distinguished Service Medal (DSM)[edit]

Distinguished Service Medal ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation
Army Captain A For distinguished leadership in warlike operations as an Officer Commanding with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.
Major Gregory John Colton For distinguished leaders hip in warlike operations as Officer Commanding Mentoring Team Charlie, 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment Task Group on Operation SLIPPER from June to November 2012.
Major G For distinguished leadership in warlike operations as an Officer Commanding with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.
Captain Anthony William Harris For distinguished leadership in warlike operations as mobile advisory group commander in Mentoring Team Charlie, 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment Task Group on Operation SLIPPER from June to November 2012.
Colonel Benjamin Nicholas James AM For distinguished leadership in warlike operations as part of Combined Team Uruzgan on Operation SLIPPER.
Sergeant K For distinguished leadership in warlike operations as a patrol commander with the Special Operations Task

Group on Operation SLIPPER.

Major L For distinguished leadership in warlike operations as an Officer Commanding and as the Executive Officer with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.
Captain N For distinguished leadership in warlike operations as a platoon commander with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.

Commendation for Distinguished Service[edit]

Commendation for Distinguished Service ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Commander John Stavridis RAN For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Commanding Officer HMAS Anzac on Operation SLIPPER from June 2012 to January 2013.
Army Corporal Steven Patrick Court For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as the second-in-command of an infantry section in 3rd Battalion, the Royal Australian Regiment Task Group in Khas Uruzgan, Afghanistan, in August 2012.
Lieutenant Colonel Brendan Patrick Cox For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Chief of Staff of the 205th Corps Coalition Advisory Team on Operation SLIPPER from March to September 2012.
Brigadier Dianne Maree Gallasch AM CSC For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Director General Transition and Redeployment on Operation SLIPPER from January to December 2012.
Lieutenant Colonel James Andrew Hammett For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as the Chief of Staff, Headquarters Combined Team Uruzgan on Operation SLIPPER from January to October 2012.
Captain N For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as an Officer-in-Charge with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.
Lance Corporal Errol John Parsons For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as an Engineer Search Brick Commander, Mentoring Task Force 4, in Afghanistan from January to July 2012.
Major R For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as an Officer Commanding with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.
Corporal Benjamin Roberts-Smith VC MG For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as a patrol commander with the Special Operations Task Group on Operation SLIPPER.
Lieutenant Colonel S For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as an Officer Commanding with the Special Operations Task Group, and as a Special Operations Forces Staff Officer on Operation SLIPPER in Afghanistan.
Major Philip Whitehead For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Officer Commanding the 4th Brigade Operational Mentoring Liaison Team on Operation SLIPPER from January to June 2012.
Air Force Air Commodore Christopher James Sawade CSC For distinguished performance of duty in warlike operations as Deputy Commander Joint Task Force 633 on Operation SLIPPER from March to November 2012.

Bar to the Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC and Bar)[edit]

Conspicuous Service Cross and Bar ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Commander Jan Elizabeth Noonan CSC RAN For outstanding achievement as Deputy Director Navy Category Management (Warfare).

Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC)[edit]

Conspicuous Service Cross ribbon
Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Lieutenant Commander Richard John Foster RANR For outstanding achievement as Project Officer at Training Authority-Aviation and the development of the Aviation Support Category training package.
Commander Lawrence Harry Stubbs RANR For outstanding devotion to duty as Project Manager Fleet Regulatory Review Implementation Team in Fleet Command.
Army Lieutenant Colonel David Anthony Bishop For outstanding achievement as Staff Officer Grade One Legal at Headquarters Joint Operations Command.
Lieutenant Colonel Glen Jeffrey Braithwaite For outstanding achievement as Staff Officer Grade One-Base Support in the Directorate of Logistics-Army.
Lieutenant Colonel David Lindsay Garside For outstanding achievement as Staff Officer Grade One Joint Effects Plans at Headquarters Joint Operations Command.
Sergeant J For distinguished achievement and contribution to facilities management with the 2nd Commando Regiment.
Lieutenant Colonel Amanda Alice Johnston For outstanding achievement as a staff officer within Modernisation and Strategic Plans Division of Army Headquarters.
Lieutenant Colonel David Anthony Lynch For outstanding achievement in support of the fielding of the Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter from 2002 to 2012.
Lieutenant Colonel Bradley Noel Orchard For outstanding achievement as Staff Officer Grade One Workforce Reform within Personnel Branch-Army Headquarters.
Air Force Wing Commander Karen Elizabeth Ashworth For outstanding achievement in strategic personnel reform of the Royal Australian Air Force.
Squadron Leader Anthony Mark Kay For outstanding achievement as Staff Officer Force Generation, Headquarters Number 84 Wing.
Squadron Leader Phillip Scott Mackie CSM For outstanding devotion to duty as leader of the Propulsions Integrated Project Team within the Airlift Systems Program Office in support of operational capability.
Wing Commander Colin Edward O'neil For outstanding achievement as Deputy-Director for Air Mobility, Capability Development Group.

Conspicuous Service Medal (CSM)[edit]

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Branch Recipient Citation
Navy Petty Officer Philip Eric Andrew For meritorious achievement as supervisor of the Circuit Card Assembly Test and Repair Facility-Fleet Support Unit West, and as an Electronics Technician in the rectification of defects on Collins Class Submarines and Surface Ships.
Petty Officer Mitch Ryan Atkins For meritorious achievement as Marine Technician Instructor at the Training Unit, Anzac Ship Support Centre; developing the computer-based Anzac-class frigate Platform Training System for training Anzac class Marine Technicians.
Chief Petty Officer James David Bishop For meritorious devotion to duty as Senior Technical Officer in ASSAIL SIX.
Leading Seaman Lauren Elizabeth King For meritorious achievement as a Recruit School Instructor in HMAS Cerberus.
Warrant Officer Shannon Leigh Locke For meritorious devotion to duty as Hydrographic Surveying Category Manager at the Directorate of Navy Category Management, Director General Navy People.
Commander Michael Samuel Oborn RAN For meritorious achievement as the Executive Officer, HMAS Cerberus.
Chief Petty Officer Steven David Paterson For meritorious devotion to duty as Chief Petty Officer Marine Technician in charge of propulsion systems in HMAS Warramunga while it was assigned to the Training Task Group.
Army Lieutenant Colonel John Terence Bouloukos For meritorious achievement as the Staff Officer Grade Two Sustainment within the Directorate of Logistics-Army.
Corporal Rohan James Cowley For meritorious achievement as Communications and Information Systems Detachment Commander for the Army Aboriginal Community Assistance Project 2012.
Chaplain John Anthony Crosby For meritorious devotion to duty as Chaplain of the 2nd Combat Engineer Regiment.
Warrant Officer Class Two Paul Ronald Dabinet For meritorious achievement as Manager Company Operations, Defence Science and Technology Organisation, while serving in the Modernisation and Strategic Plans-Army.
Warrant Officer Class Two Paul Ashley Dehnert For meritorious achievement as Reconnaissance Warrant Officer for Tactics Wing, School of Infantry.
Sergeant Timothy Edwards Gray For meritorious achievement as a Corporal Transport Supervisor in the 1st Combat Service Support Battalion and contribution to transport capability in the 1st Brigade.
Colonel Russell John Maddalena For meritorious achievement as Director of Operational Plans in Headquarters Joint Operations Command.
Major John Francis Pearse For meritorious achievement as Officer Commanding A Squadron (Victorian Mounted Rifles), 4th/19th Prince of Wales's Lighthorse Regiment.
Warrant Officer Class Two Melinda Ann Price For meritorious achievement as Chief Clerk of the 6th Brigade (Combat Support and Intelligence Surveillance Target Acquisition and Reconnaissance Group).
Warrant Officer Class Two Graham Kenneth Roberts For meritorious devotion to duty as Psychology Liaison Officer, Defence Force Recruiting.
Warrant Officer Class One Clint William Robertson For meritorious achievement as Artificer Sergeant Major of the 2nd Combat Engineer Regiment and the 2nd/14th Light Horse Regiment (Queensland Mounted Infantry).
Sergeant S For meritorious achievement and contribution to a specialist capability at the Special Air Service Regiment.
Major Peter Nathan Scott For meritorious achievement as the Personnel Operations and Personnel Plans Major at Headquarters 1st Division.
Air Force Flight Sergeant Sean Alan Bell For meritorious devotion to duty as a senior non-commissioned officer and Ground Systems Technical Lead for Project AIR5376 Phase 2 Stage 3 at Tactical Fighter Systems Program Office.
Sergeant Ewan Gordon Eadie For meritorious achievement as Unit and Facility Security Manager at Number 1 Squadron during the introduction to service of the F/A-18F Super Hornet.
Squadron Leader Jason Malu Easthope For meritorious achievement as Plans Officer Number 81 Wing Headquarters and as a tactical leader within Number 81 Wing.
Warrant Officer Michelle Patricia Foley For meritorious devotion to duty as Amberley Detachment Warrant Officer at

Number 1 Combat Communications Squadron.

Flight Lieutenant David John Savina For meritorious achievement as Instructor at Surveillance and Control Training Unit.
Sergeant Donovan Silverwood For meritorious achievement as the Training Manager with in Project CORONIS, Electronic Systems Division, Defence Materiel Organisation.
Sergeant Leeton Bruce Webb For meritorious achievement as Senior Non-Commissioned Officer and Instructor at the Royal Australian Air Force School of Technical Training.

Meritorious Unit Citation[edit]

Branch Recipient Citation
Army Force Communications Unit, Australian Defence Force For sustained outstanding service in warlike operations through the provision of communications support to the United Nations Transitional Authority in Cambodia from 15 March 1992 to 7 October 1993.

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.comlaw.gov.au/Details/C2014G00133
  2. ^ "COMPANION (AC) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA". Website of the Governor General of Australia. Australian Honours and Awards Secretariat. Retrieved 26 January 2014. 
  3. ^ "COMPANION (AC) IN THE MILITARY DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA". Website of the Governor General of Australia. Australian Honours and Awards Secretariat. Retrieved 26 January 2014. 
  4. ^ "OFFICER (AO) IN THE GENERAL DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA". Website of the Governor General of Australia. Australian Honours and Awards Secretariat. Retrieved 27 January 2014. 
  5. ^ "OFFICER (AO) IN THE MILITARY DIVISION OF THE ORDER OF AUSTRALIA". Website of the Governor General of Australia. Australian Honours and Awards Secretariat. Retrieved 26 January 2014. 
  6. ^ "MEDAL FOR GALLANTRY". Website of the Governor General of Australia. Australian Honours and Awards Secretariat. Retrieved 26 January 2014. 

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