Sergeant Major Johnson Gideon Beharry, VC, COG.

Sergeant Johnson Beharry joined the British Army at the age of 21. While serving with the 1st Battalion in Iraq, Princess of Wales’s Royal Regiment, Johnson's armoured Warrior vehicle fell into a trap and his colleagues were significantly injured. He drove under the enemy fire and saved their lives.

After that incident, he was soon caught in another trap, which caused severe head injuries to him and his crew. In a display of extreme courage, he drove out of the ambush before losing consciousness. While still recovering from brain surgery, Sergeant Beharry was awarded the Victoria Cross.

He is involved in charities and he is the founder of JBVC Foundation, which helps young people involved in gang culture rebuild their lives and future. 
Sergeant Beharry is a member of Queensman Lodge No. 2694 in London.
Awards and campaign medals.

Victoria Cross - For valour in Iraq.
Kosovo Medal - For service in Kosovo.
Iraq Medal - For service in Iraq.
Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal - Presented to all living VC and GC recipients on 29 May 2012.
Queen Elizabeth II Platinum Jubilee Medal - Presented to all living VC and GC recipients on 6 February 2022.
Medal for Long Service and Good Conduct (Military) - For 15 years regular army service, 4 October 2016.
Companion of the Order of Grenada.

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