Great War Western Front Military Foot Policeman and Second World War Territorial long service group awarded to Lance Corporal later Sergeant A.W. Dyer, Military Foot Police later Royal Artillery and Territorial Army. During the war Dyer was present out on the Western Front from 6th May 1915. During the Second World War he saw service in the Territorial Army as a Sergeant with the Royal Artillery and was awarded the Efficiency Medal with the Second and Third Award Bars. It was only in October 1973 that Dyer claimed his Great War campaign medals.
1914-15 Star; (P/1159 L/CPL. A. DYER. M.F.P.); British War Medal and Victory Medal; (P/1159 L/CPL. A. DYER. M.F.P.); Defence Medal; War Medal 1939-1945; Efficiency Medal, Geo VI, 1st type bust, Territorial suspension, with Second and Third Award Bars; (2202104 SJT. A.W. DYER. R.A.)
Awarded to Lance Corporal (No.P-1159) A. W. Dyer, Military Foot Police, who saw service during the Great War out on the Western Front from 6th May 1915, and was transferred to the Class Z Army Reserve on 30th March 1919. It was only in October 1973 that Dyer claimed and had issued his Great War medals. In the meantime Dyer had seen service during the Second World War as a Sergeant (No.2202104) with the Royal Artillery.