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!
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.
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.
Six of the best! A set of all 6 of our remembrance badges, ideal for ANZAC or Remembrance Day commemorations. Usually these badges retail for $5.95 each, a total of $35.70 – between now and Remembrance Day or until stock runs out – whichever comes first, all six are just $19.95.
The ideal remembrance lapel symbol, in striking gold and enamels, this badge is appropriate for two commemorations, ANZAC Day (uniquely Australia and New Zealand) and Remembrance Day (all Commonwealth countries). In Australia, the sprig of Rosemary is associated with Anzac Day in Australia, while in New Zealand, the Poppy is the symbol for remembrance on all occasions. Worn correctly, the poppies have leaves that point to 11 o’clock. The badge measures 30mm high and 20mm wide. It’s affixed by a single clutch pin.
The OSM has been introduced to replace the Australian Active Service Medal (AASM) and Australian Service Medal for future ADF operations. The OSM will be awarded to ADF members for service on operations recommended and approved as warranting recognition. Each declared operation will be recognised by the standard medal with a unique ribbon for each operation in the same way as the United Nations Medal is awarded.
The ideal gift for someone with some time up, and who appreciates the sacrifices made to serve your country. Perfect for the man cave, the den, the shed, mess hall or ESO. The Battle School Credo, originally a small metal sign on the fence at the Battle School HQ in Tully QLD (now the Combat Training Centre – Jungle Training Wing) precision-framed, with the hat badge of your choice. The completed frame measures 600x550mm, ready to hang in your home, office, hall or shed. The quote is attributed to Brigadier George Mansford AO. Each of these frames is painstakingly hand-made and finished so please allow at least 3-4 weeks for design and creation plus a week to ten days for freight. Freight is generally between $35 and $65 on these items, depending on your location.