The Australian Federal Police Operations Medal may be awarded to eligible persons involved in prescribed operations deemed by the Commissioner to be significant. Clasps are awarded for prescribed operations. All recipients have their name engraved on the reverse side of the medal.
Simple Click Ordering for twelve (12) medals: A quick and easy way to order a multiple rack or set of precision, court mounted, reproduction medals with applicable bars (multiple awards or periods of service) or clasps (for various campaigns or areas of operations). Just select the number of medals you need, and list the necessary medals and bars/clasps and we'll get right on it!
The Australian Defence Force commendation badges are produced in three colours—gold, silver and bronze. These colours indicate the level of award which are as follows: gold—Chief of the Defence Force (CDF); silver—Commander Australian Theatre (COMAST), Commander Support Australia (COMSPTAS), Special Operations Commander Australia (SOCAUST); and bronze—Commander Northern Command (COMNORCOM) and the Commander Deployable Joint Force Headquarters (COMD DJFHQ).
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.
Simple Click Ordering for twelve (11) medals: A quick and easy way to order a multiple rack or set of precision, court mounted, reproduction medals with applicable bars (multiple awards or periods of service) or clasps (for various campaigns or areas of operations). Just select the number of medals you need, and list the necessary medals and bars/clasps and we’ll get right on it!
Australian War Service: This two medal set represents war service generally for those who served within Australia and its territories (additional campaign medals were added for overseas service) during WW2, between 3 Sep 1939 and 2 Sep 1945. The War Medal 1939-45 was awarded for a minimum period of service of 28 days, the Australia Service Medal for 30 days full-time or 90 days part time service.
The Australian version of the Steyr Assault Rifle, dubbed the AuSteyr. The F88 is available as an assault rifle, a carbine, and a sub-machine gun. This version is the one used by cavalry units and other support troops, and like most weapons in the range, is painstakingly reproduced. This one with the accoutrements of it’s 2 CAV owner. These are high-quality, hand-crafted moulded resin reproductions of popular military/law enforcement style weapons, made in Australia. Ideal for mess trophies or personal mementos. Each reproduction is hand cast from quality moulds. Every scratch and dent on the real weapon is reproduced, and reproductions are framed. No metal parts, only one side of the weapon is reproduced for mounting. Weapons Plaques are made to order, and this picture is for illustration purposes only. See full description below for more …
Imperial (British) 1914-1915 Star: Sometimes called the Gallipoli Star, or the Gallipoli Medal in Australia and New Zealand due to the fact that in general only Gallipoli veterans were awarded the 1914-15 Star (Australia and New Zealand not mobilised in time to be awarded the medal in other areas of operations). Awarded for service on the establishment of a ship or unit in a theatre of war. Recipients of the 1914 Star could not be awarded the 1914-1915 Star.
Belgian Croix de Guerre: Established 1915, it was awarded to those mentioned in despatches for acts of courage on the battlefield or for continous and exceptional service against the enemy. It is a bronze Maltese cross with ball finials. The obverse side has a central medallion with the Belgian lion rampant, the revese medallion the Royal monogram ‘A’ for Albert. Crossed swords are between the arms. For subsequent acts of bravery, recipients were awarded additional bronze medals. Receiving five bronze medals entitled recipients to a silver medal. Receiving five silver medals entitled recipients to a silver-gilt medal.