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(mechanics)

mm

Abbr. for “millimeter.”

mm

(networking)
The country code for Myanmar (Burma).

MM

(1) See millimeter, multimode fiber and Multiple Master.

(2) (Thousand X Thousand) One million.

(3) (Moving Magnet) See phono cartridge.
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In one of the big offensives in October, 1917, he showed "great energy and activity" in bringing up supplies of ammunition while under heavy fire, winning the Military Medal for his actions.
His first bar to the Military Medal came at Pontruet, on September 24, 1918, where then Lieutenant John Barrett was awarded the Victoria Cross.
They all deserve honours, and I am glad to tell you young Dai Thomas (the Parrog), RAMC, is recommended for the Military Medal, but do not publish this before it is confirmed.
The Military Medal was an award for gallantry and devotion to duty under fire in battle on land.
Skinner, who lived in north west London, was hit by shrapnel, but still managed to serve with distinction to win a Milidistinction to win a Military Medal, awarded that October.
It was on November 28 that Private Thomas Richardson, from Middlesbrough, carried out the selfless act which won him the Military Medal.
England Sevens launched shirts bearing crosses inspired by the George Cross military medal in April.
George V said bravery wasn't confined to class, so after Mons, enlisted men could be awarded the Military Medal too.
Friend John Williams, 62, said the soldier, who served in the 1st Battalion Royal Welch Fusiliers, never talked about his Military Medal.
James, one of the "Glorious Glosters", showed "total disregard for his safety" as he kept fighting the Communists, said his Military Medal citation.
He awarded seven Algerian veterans a military medal in recognition of their contribution to the war effort and inaugurated a 'Maison des Combatrants' (the French equivalent of a Royal British Legion Club) at the French embassy in Algiers.
Ryan - awarded the Military Medal after the legendary Bravo Two Zero mission in the first Gulf War - stormed: "For every man killed there will be ten or 20 coming back with limbs blown off or very serious injuries.

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