A Royal Navy officer who was killed on board a submarine in Southampton is to be awarded the second highest medal for bravery posthumously today.
Lieutenant Commander Ian Molyneux was shot while trying to disarm a fellow crew member on board HMS Astute in April last year. His wife Gillian will accept the George Medal on his behalf.
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