SERVICE and civilian high fliers at Cranwell have received honours and awards from the Commandant of the RAF College, Air Commodore David Stubbs.
The ceremony in the Rotunda at College Hall, was attended by family, friends and colleagues and first to receive her award was Squadron Leader Bev Gill, who was presented with the Queen’s Commendation For Valuable Service.
Among those receiving long service and good conduct medals was Cpl Kelly Moulson of Cranwell Village. The medal is awarded to those who have completed 15 years of service, with irreproachable character and conduct.
Cpl Kelly Moulson, 34, joined the RAF in 1987 and currently serves with the Quality and Continuous Improvement Team at RAF College Cranwell. After six years as a clerk in personnel services at RAF Coningsby, she was posted to the Officer and Aircrew Selection Centre at RAF College Cranwell in 2003.
While at OASC Cpl Moulson was introduced to the Royal International Air Tattoo Flying Scholarships for Disabled People. Cpl Moulson has been the force behind the organisation and planning of the event for nine years.
She has also assisted with the RAF College Cranwell Saddle Club and the RAF Equestrian Association.
Cpl Moulson recently completed a four month detachment to the Falkland Islands.