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    Western Australia Police Star

    The Western Australia Police Star: The WAPOL Star was established to recognise sworn  personnel who are killed or seriously injured whilst carrying out their primary functions on or off duty. The Police Star acknowledges the unique and unpredictable dangers of policing in the community and the sacrifices police officers make serving the community of WA. Former and current serving members, or a family member of a deceased member, can apply. To be eligible, applicants must meet certain eligibility criteria, and all applications will be assessed by a panel with final approval by the Commissioner of Police.
    $14.55$40.00 GST added at checkout
  • WAES FESA Diligent Service Medal-0WAES FESA Diligent Service Medal-0
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    WAES FESA Diligent Service Medal

    The WA Emergency Services Diligent Service Medal. Inaugural presentations of the new WA Emergency Services Diligent Service Medal, introduced on 1 January 2005, were held in July and August 2005 for 335 employees, currently serving at that time. The Diligent Service Medal has also been extended to former employees.
    $24.55 GST added at checkout
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    Australian Defence Medal

    The Australian Defence Medal: Sometimes called the '4 Year Medal,' the ADM was struck in 2006 to recognise service with the defence forces of Australia, the eligibility criteria includes former ADF members who completed their initial enlistment period, or four years service, whichever is the lesser. The criteria also recognises National Servicemen and those who could not serve the four-year qualifying period because of the ADF's workplace and enlistment policies of the time.
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  • India General Service Medal 1937-39-0India General Service Medal 1937-39-0
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    India General Service Medal 1937-39

    The India General Service Medal: Awarded for service on the North West Frontier, 1937-1939. There is also an award for the previous year.
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  • Naval Volunteer Reserve Decoration-0Naval Volunteer Reserve Decoration-0
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    Naval Volunteer Reserve Decoration

    Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Decoration: Awarded for twenty years service in a commissioned rank in the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve. Now replaced by the Royal Naval Reserve Decoration following the merger of the two services in 1959.
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  • Naval Volunteer Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal-0Naval Volunteer Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal-0
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    Naval Volunteer Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal

    Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve Long Service and Good Conduct Medal: Awarded to men of the Royal Naval Volunteer Reserve on completion of twelve years with conduct not assessed below that of "Very Good." A bar was awarded after a further twelve years service. Replaced in 1959 by the new Royal Naval Reserve LS&GC Medal following the merger of the RNR and RNVR.
    $22.73 GST added at checkout
  • Air Efficiency Award-0Air Efficiency Award-0
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    Air Efficiency Award

    Air Efficiency Award: Established in 1942 for award to officers and men of the Auxiliary and Volunteer Air Forces of the United Kingdom and Commonwealth who have completed ten years efficient service. Bars are awarded after further periods of ten years service.
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  • Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal-0Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal-0
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    Navy Long Service and Good Conduct Medal

    Naval Long Service and Good Conduct Medal: Awarded to all ranks of British Commonwealth navies for 15 years service including Australia, until 1975 when Australia replaced the medal with the National Medal (later to be superceded by the DFSM and now the DLSM). The obverse features the sovereign's head, the reverse a three-masted man-of-war surrounded by a rope tied at the foot with a reef knot. The words For Long Service and Good Conduct arranged around the circumference. Officers are elegible for the award provided they have served a minimum 12 years in the ranks. The riband is dark blue with white edges.
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  • Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal-0Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal-0
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    Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal

    The Royal Australian Air Force (and all Commonwealth Air Forces) Long Service and Good Conduct Medal: Awarded to NCOs and ORs of the RAAF (RAF, RCAF etc) for 15 years service. A cupro-nickel plated medal, the obverse features the sovereign's head, the reverse features the crown and eagle emblem of the RAAF (and RAF). Officers are eligible for the award provided they have served a minimum 12 years in the ranks. The riband is dark blue and maroon with white edges. This medal ceased to be awarded in Australia in 1975 when it was replaced by the National Medal (and sbsequently the DFSM and DLSM) in the Australian system of honours and awards.
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    Reserve Forces Medal

    Australian Reseve Forces Medal (RFM): Established on 19 April 1982, the Reserve Forces Medal is awarded to other ranks of the Australian Reserve Forces who have completed fifteen years efficient service. Further periods of five years service result in the award of a clasp, and a rosette for the riband bar. These awards have been superceded for persons who had not qualified for them before 20 April 1994, by the Defence Force Long Service Medal, available on this site. Central to the design of the obverse of the medal is the Defence Force Joint (tri) Service Emblem, which comprises an anchor to signify the navy, swords to signify the army, and an eagle to signify the airforce. The boomerang symbolising Australia lies at the base of the Joint Services emblem supporting and unifying the three services emblems. The medal is suspended with the Crown of St Edward (often called the Queens' crown). The Reserve Forces Medal is an oval shaped medal in nickel-silver. The obverse (or front) depicts the Joint Services emblem sitting on a series of radiating flutes. The reverse (or back) of the medal is inscribed For Efficient Service In the Reserve Forces. Clasps for the Defence Force Service Medal and the Reserve Force Medal are made from nickel-silver.

    The colours of blue and gold used on the riband is taken from the ribbon colours of the Commonwealth Coat of Arms. For reasons of tradition, recipients of the long service award for Reserve officers (Reserve Force Decoration, available on this site) are entitled to use the postnominals RFD after their name. There are no postnominal entitlements for the Reserve Force Medal .
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  • Distinguished Service Medal-0Distinguished Service Medal-0
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    Distinguished Service Medal

    Imperial Distinguished Service Medal: Established in 1914 to be awarded to petty officers and men of the Royal Navy and other non-commissioned officers of the Royal Marines. It can also be awarded to the Royal Air Force, Merchant Navy and Army or other personnel who give services to the naval Forces. The medal is silver, the obverse has the reigning monarch�s head and title. The reverse has the Victorian crown supported by a wreath of two laurel branches tied at their base and surrounding the words FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE. The riband is dark blue with two wide white stripes with a narrow blue central stripe. Bars are bestowed for subsequent awards and when the riband is worn alone, the bar is denoted by a small silver rose.
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  • Efficiency Decoration-0Efficiency Decoration-0
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    Efficiency Decoration

    CMF/Territorial Army Efficiency Decoration: The ED is an oval skeletal badge in silver and silver-gilt with the crowned monogram in an oak wreath, the ring for suspension being fitted to the top of the crown. It differs also from previous decorations in having a suspender bar denoting the area of service: Territorial (UK), India, Canada, Fiji, Australia or other overseas country being inscribed as appropriate.

    Please Note: The ONLY two versions available, are;
  • TERRITORIAL
  • AUSTRALIA


  • $33.18 GST added at checkout

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