Mick Mumford

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Mick Mumford
Mick Mumford 2007.JPG
Colonel Mick Mumford, June 2007
Allegiance  Australia
Service/branch Australian Army
Australian Army Reserves
Years of service 1986–2010
2010–present
Rank Colonel
Commands held 3rd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment
Battles/wars Iraq War
Operation Anode
Operation Astute
Awards Conspicuous Service Cross

Colonel Michael Anthony "Mick" Mumford CSC is a former career officer in the Australian Army. He now serves as a part of the Australian Army Reserves.

He came to prominence in 2006:

He was officially promoted to the rank of colonel in late 2013.

Other interests[edit]

Mumford is a former Chairman of the Military Christian Fellowship of Australia.[1]

Mick Mumford completed a Masters of Divinity at Malyon College, Brisbane in 2013.

Honours and awards[edit]

CSC Australia ribbon.png

Australian Active Service Medal ribbon.png Afghanistan Medal (Australia) ribbon.png Australian Service Medal ribbon.png DLSM with Rosette x 2.png

Australian Defence Medal (Australia) ribbon.png Transitional Administration in East Timor Medal ribbon.png TLSM.jpeg NATO Medal ISAF ribbon bar.svg

CSC Australia ribbon.png Conspicuous Service Cross (CSC) 2007
Australian Active Service Medal ribbon.png Australian Active Service Medal
Afghanistan Medal (Australia) ribbon.png Afghanistan Medal
Australian Service Medal ribbon.png Australian Service Medal
DLSM with Rosette x 2.png Defence Long Service Medal with 2 Rosette's for 25–29 years of service
Australian Defence Medal (Australia) ribbon.png Australian Defence Medal
Transitional Administration in East Timor Medal ribbon.png United Nations Medal for UNTAET (United Nations)
TLSM.jpeg Timor Leste Solidarity Medal (East Timor)
NATO Medal ISAF ribbon bar.svg NATO Medal for ISAF (NATO)
Infantry Combat Badge


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