Most soldiers are only too pleased to win a medal – not that you’d hear them admit it, of course – for a medal is small enough reward for deeds of gallantry and colossal risk.
Sergeant Tim Brannigan was a holder of the Military Medal, and he should have been a proud man because they don’t give out M.M.’s for bunfights in the canteen. But Tim was far from happy about it – it seemed to make him jumpy and short-tempered somehow . . . almost scared sometimes.
And never more so than when the Jerry mortars opened up . . .
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