Decorations

Some articles on decorations, decoration:

Awards And Decorations Of The United States Army
... Awards and decorations of the United States Army are those military awards including decorations which are issued to members of the United States Army under the authority of the Secretary of the Army ... be established in regulations as a permanent Army decoration, complete with benefits ... The Medal of Honor is the only Civil War era award which has survived as a decoration into the modern age ...
Lifesaving Medal
... decorations issued by the United States Coast Guard ... These decorations are two of the oldest medals in the United States and were originally established at the Department of Treasury as Lifesaving Medals First and Second Class ... They are not classified as military decorations, and may be awarded to any person ...
1st Battalion, 6th Field Artillery Regiment (United States) - 3rd Battalion - Decorations
... Valorous Unit Award, Streamer embroidered DAK TO-BEN HET. ...
Letterman (sports) - Letterman Jacket - Decorations
... The name of the owner usually appears either in chenille (matching the letter) or is embroidered on the jacket itself ... The owner's graduation year usually appears in matching chenille, Placement of the name and year of graduation depends on school tradition ...
Evolution Of The South African Honours System - Police Decorations and Medals
... Since 1923, South Africa has awarded its own police decorations and medals ... which was instituted in 1937), and each had a long service medal which doubled as a decoration for bravery ... (in 1961), the government instituted an entirely new series of decorations and medals for the SAP ...

Famous quotes containing the word decorations:

    Let the realist not mind appearances. Let him delegate to others the costly courtesies and decorations of social life. The virtues are economists, but some of the vices are also. Thus, next to humility, I have noticed that pride is a pretty good husband. A good pride is, as I reckon it, worth from five hundred to fifteen hundred a year.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803–1882)