Queen's Commendation for Valuable Service
The Queen's Commendation for Valuable Service (or King's Commendation for Valuable Service) is a British civilian and military award that recognises meritorious service during, or in support of, operations. Commercial and Test pilots have also been awarded it due to their extraordinary flying during extreme conditions. It was awarded to the co-pilot and to a flight attendant of British Airways flight 5390.
Manner of wear
The holder is entitled to wear the emblem of silver oak leaves. This should be worn in a similar manner to a mention in despatches. If awarded for services in a theatre for which a campaign medal or a clasp has been granted, is worn on the ribbon of the appropriate medal. If the award is made for services out of theatre or in a theatre for which no campaign medal or clasp has been granted the emblem is to be worn directly on the coat after any medal ribbons.
- Military Honours and Awards from archived content at the National Archive website
- The UK honours system at Directgov website
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