Long Service

Some articles on long service, service:

Long Service Medal
... Long Service Medal could mean Long Service Medal (Military) (Singapore) awarded to a member of the Singapore Armed Forces Long Service Medal (Philippines) awarded ...
Singapore Armed Forces National Service Medal - Service Medals
... In the SAF National Service, the medals for service are 5 years - Singapore Armed Forces Good Service Medal 10 years - Singapore Armed Forces National Service ...
Defence Force Service Medal
... The Defence Force Service Medal (DFSM) is an Australian Military award given for long service by permanent members of the Australian Defence Force ... It is part of the suite of defence force service awards introduced in 1982, which also included the Reserve Force Decoration (RFD, for officers of the Australian ... were replaced in 2002 with a single medal, the Defence Long Service Medal, which is now awarded to all permanent and reserve members irrespective of rank ...
Australian Cadet Forces Service Medal - Other Australian Long Service Awards
... Other Australian Long Service awards include Reserve Force Decoration (RFD) Reserve Force Medal Defence Force Service Medal Defence Long Service Medal National Medal ...
Moosa Ali Jaleel - Military Decorations
... officers within the Maldives National Defence Force, with 10 Service Medals and 9 Service Ribbons for his exemplary leadership and distinguished service in ... Long Service Medal was awarded to Major General Jaleel in recognition of his 30 year of distinguished service to the Maldives military ... Service Medal decorations The Presidential Medal The Defence Force Service Medal The Distinguished Service Medal The Good Conduct Medal The Medal for ...

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