A Norfolk veteran, who was told he didn't qualify for a bravery award, has now received one.
Jack Webster from New Costessey near Norwich, flew in Lancasters in WWII.
He was told he hadn't flown enough operations, but now he's been given the award for those who served with Bomber Command.
There is growing controversy over the special award that has been given to those who served in Bomber Command during the Second World War.
Harold 'Johnnie' Johnson flew dozens of operations on Lancasters and fulfilled an ambition to see a memorial to Bomber Command.
A memorial will be officially unveiled tomorrow in honour of Britain's second world war bombing crews, many of whom flew from our region.