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OAM Medal of the Order of Australia

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OAM
The Order of Australia

The Order of Australia, instituted by Her Majesty The Queen on 14 February 1975, was established as “an Australian society of honour for the purpose of according recognition to Australian citizens and other persons for achievement or for meritorious service”.

The Order comprises a General Division and a Military Division.

Australian citizens, including members of the Defence Force are eligible to receive awards in the General Division.

Awards of the Medal of the Order are made for service worthy of particular recognition.

In the State Emergency Service (WA) a number of persons have been awarded the Medal of the Order (OAM).

Norman Stanley Herold OAM Name Norman Stanley Herold
YEAR 1994
CITATION For service to the community particularly through the State Emergency Service road accident rescue service.
Name Gregory Bruce Withnell
YEAR 1996
CITATION For service to the community particularly through the State Emergency Service road accident rescue service.
Neil Davidson OAM Name Neil Davidson
YEAR 1997
CITATION For service to Fire and Emergency Services in the Mandurah area, and the development of training programmes in high schools.
Michael Wadley OAM Name Michael Howard Wadley
YEAR 1999
CITATION For Service to the community, particularly through the Rockingham-Kwinana Unit of the State Emergency Service.
Name John Charles Capes
YEAR 2000
CITATION For service to the community through the State Emergency Service and as an advocate for volunteer representation in emergency service management.
Paul Arthur Shakes OAM Name Paul Arthur Shakes
YEAR 2000
CITATION For service to the Western Australian State Emergency Service, particularly in the areas of training, occupational health and welfare.
 


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