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Posted on Tuesday 17th July

The Prince of Wales has launched the annual search for servicemen and women who have gone above and beyond the call of duty as nominations are opened for the 2012 Sun Military Awards, the "Millies".

Prince Charles, who served in the Royal Navy himself during the 1970s, said that the awards give the public chance to thank the men and women of our Armed Forces, 'for all they do at home and abroad'.

The Millies will be presented at a star-studded ceremony just before Christmas, they cover the 12 months up to 31 August 2012. Nominations must be received by Monday, 3 September and can be made via the Sun website.

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