The Queen’s Medal is presented to the officer cadet who has achieved the highest military, academic and practical scores of the intake.
For Commissioning Course 192 it was awared to Junior Under Officer Oliver Bremridge, commissioning into The Royal Anglian Regiment.
Officer Cadet Bremrigde, now 2nd Lieutenant, was educated at Kenilworth School and Kings College London before arriving at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst. From a non-military family, his father Nicholas is an Estimator, whilst his mother Clare is a secretary.
Whilst at university, 2nd Lieutenant Bremridge was a member of the University Officer Training Corps, during which he undertook an Adventurous Training expedition, sailing around Denmark.
Well-travelled outside of the military, he has also cycled 1000 miles around New Zealand and has driven from Botswana to Zimbabwe. In order to learn French, he spent 3 months, living solo in Montpelier.