Entries with Surname (Title)s starting with 'W'

Surname: Wright
Christian Names: Peter Carey
Country: Australia
State or Province: NT
City or Town: Darwin
Service #: Not Known
Service: Not Known
Branch: Not Known
Commencement of service: Not Known
Completion of service: Not Known
Case Notes:

 

 

 

The Salvation Army are not very forgiving about being exposed as medals cheats. ANZMI only exposes those who thwart the traditions and protocols developed in the memory of Australian and New Zealand Veterans for more than a hundred years.  The Salvation Army in their bid to appear like Returned Veterans, and contrary to traditions, are happy to wear whatever they want, whenever they want. Below is a photograph from a Christmas Card that appeared Christmas 2015. The person in the photograph is Salvation Army Major (Retired) Peter Cary Wright

The medals that Wright wears are:

Salvation Army Long Service Medal

Order of Australia Medal

National Medal

Australian Defence Medal

Northern Territory(NT)  Tri Service Medal

The two offending medals are:

Salvation Army Long Service Medal. This is for Twenty Five years service with a gold star for each subsequent five years

NT Tri service medal.

Peter Carey and perhaps the Salvation Army  believes that his Salvation Army Long Service Award is more prestigious than the Order of Australia Medal (OAM) and the National Medal, as he wears the Salvation Army Medal  in the primary position. 

The two medals should be worn on the right breast and not mixed with Federal Medals

We work without fear of favour to report people who take it upon themselves to disrespect medals protocols.  

In recent times we have exposed other Salvation Army personnel who gave no regard to medals protocol, they are:

Nancarrow

Applebee

Ken and Jo Delamore

We know that the Salvos do good work in the Defence Force and in the community but we do not have credit and debit columns.  Those who wear more medals on their left breast than they have earned will be exposed and will remain on our web site.

The head "Honcho" of the Salvos is spending donated monies to shut us up and remove their offending members from our web site. Here is the top third of a letter from their Solicitors.

They also coerced a Deputy Secretary of the Department of Defence to support their legal action.  We are sure that the bureaucrat occupying the chair of  Deputy Director has never had to earn a medal the hard way, had that person done so, perhaps the attitude may be different.

If the Salvation Army want to wear medals on their left breasts, they must comply with traditions and protocols. Salvation Army people do not, and will not get special dispensation from ANZMI. Thousand of Australians have had to do unpleasant duty to qualify to wear medals. The vast majority comply with medals protocols, those who don't will earn the wrath of the Veteran Community by way of  ANZMI.

 

Hence we welcome Peter Carey Wright to our web site who also represents the recalcitrance of the Salvation Army.

 

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