LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 22: (NO SALE/NO ARCHIVE) In this handout image supplied by the MoD Crown Copyright, Lance Corporal Matthew Morris from Birmingham serves with 33 Engineer Regiment Royal ... more 
LONDON, ENGLAND - MARCH 22: (NO SALE/NO ARCHIVE) In this handout image supplied by the MoD Crown Copyright, Lance Corporal Matthew Morris from Birmingham serves with 33 Engineer Regiment Royal Engineers. In Afghanistan he worked as part of a Royal Engineers Search Team with 101 Engineer Regiment. He is to be awarded a QCB - Queen's Commendation for Bravery - for his courage during an operational tour in which he discovered more than 22 improvised explosive devices, including the largest bomb found in Helmand Province, at the National Army Museum on March 22, 2011 in London, England. One hundred and thirty six servicemen and women from across the Armed Forces have been named in the latest list which recognises bravery and service spanning a number of theatres of operation. (Photo by Sergeant Ian Forsyth RLC/Mandatory Credit Crown Copyright via Getty Images) less 
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