Pierre Naya was awarded the Military Medal for his extraordinary bravery and courage while serving as a medic in the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) in the Falklands War in 1982, when he worked heroically to help critically-injured soldiers, despite his own severe injuries, after the devastating bombing of the Sir Galahad. Pierre was a larger-than-life character, a abrave, charismatic, popular, yet humble manab who was revered as an iconic figure within our regimentas historya in the words of Colonel Jim Ryan. One of a large and close family, Pierre was brought up in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, before politics intervened and the family emigrated to England. He became an accomplished guitarist in a series of rock bands, and was later a loving husband to his wife Nina and the father of their four daughters. When he died in 2012, he left an aching gap in all their lives. This is Pierreas story, written by his brother Michael.He came to power in 1971 and gained notoriety worldwidefor discreditable reasons inhis pursuit ofhis political andpersonal aims. Onecommon butvery unsettling measure introduced inTanzania, which directly affected employment prospects, anbsp;...
|Title||:||War Medic Hero|
|Publisher||:||Memoirs Publishing - 2014-07-21|