Jackson Everett Prize
The Jackson Everett Prize was created in 1927 when a group of past and present Signal Officers subscribed a sum of approximately £280 to institute a prize for officers qualifying as Signal Specialists.
The Prize was to be awarded annually to the Officer of the Royal Navy, or of a Commonwealth Navy, who passed the best final examinations (visual signalling and wireless telegraphy) in the qualifying course for Signal Officers. The Prize may not be awarded in any year in which the standard of results obtained by the Officer passing the best examinations is not considered to be of sufficient merit to warrant the award.
The Prize consisted of a sum of money (the income available for the purchase of books and/or instruments).
|1928||John Peter Lorne Reid|
|YEAR||Edward William Jervis Bankes|
|YEAR||Bradwell Talbot Turner|
|YEAR||John Ridgway Berridge Longden|
|YEAR||Edward Trevor Lloyd Dunsterville|
|YEAR||David Eliot Bromley-Martin|
|c. 1937||John Ronald Gordon Trechman|
|c. 1938||John Outhit Harold Burrough|
|c. 1940||Raymond Garnier Dreyer|