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The operational Service Medal

Great Britain. Cabinet Office.

The operational Service Medal

service on Operation VERITAS from 11 September 2001.

by Great Britain. Cabinet Office.

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Published by TSO in Norwich .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesCm -- 5939
The Physical Object
Pagination3p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18928624M
ISBN 100101593929
OCLC/WorldCa53801176

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Qualifying criteria Edit. The award of this medal is complex; depending on length and area of service: To qualify for the clasp, personnel must have either 5, 21, or 30 days continuous service between various dates, depending on the operation, for example between 11/09/ and 1/08/, or for a period later specified, on Operation Veritas, Operation Fingal and Operation .   The first European Theater of Operations (ETO) medal wasn't presented to General Eisenhower until July, ! A COMPLETE GUIDE TO ALL UNITED STATES MILITARY MEDALS, TO PRESENT: ALL DECORATIONS, SERVICE MEDALS, RIBBONS, AND COMMONLY AWARDED ALLIED MEDALS OF THE ARMY, NAVY, MARINES, AIR FORCE, Reviews: 7.

Location. Worcestershire Medal Service Ltd 56 Broad St Bromsgrove Worcestershire B61 8LL Tel: +44 (0) The Operational Service Medal for Sierra Leone is a campaign medal established in by the Ministry of Defence of the United Kingdom for participation in the British military intervention during and after the Sierra Leone Civil War, from May to July


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The Operational Service Medal was established in to replace the General Service Medal () for all new operations.

A separate medal of the. The Operational Service Medal for the Democratic Republic of the Congo is a 21st-century British armed forces campaign medal, awarded mostly to regular or reserve military personnel who served between 14 th June, and 10 th September, on Operation Coral, with special regard to the hardships and dangers which have accompanied duty there.

The qualifying. The Operational Service Medal. Posted on 24th January 27th January by James. The operational Service Medal book our series on the different types of UK medals, this week we have a campaign medal. These denote participation in specific military operations since the early 19th century but this particular example is for action in Afghanistan since Its.

The Operational Service Medal was created on The operational Service Medal book 5, as a means to recognize those who serve in or provide support to overseas operations other than those conducted in the presence of an armed enemy. The Australian Operational Service Medal (AOSM) was instituted on 22 May The medal was established to provide recognition to Defence personnel involved in declared operations or other service that the Chief of the Defence Force deems to.

The Operational Service Medal (OSM) is the overall name given to a group of campaign medals awarded by the British armed uced in to replace the General Service Medal, the OSM features a common design for the medal itself, with each one differentiated by a distinct ribbon.

As of Julythe Operational Service Medal has been awarded for four separate. Product Description. This is the military version of the OSB. Before the establishment of the Australian Operational Service Medal (AOSM) in Maythose who received the Australian Active Service Medal were also issued with the Returned from Active Service Badge (RASB).

The Operational Service Badge (OSB) is issued with the Australian Operational Service Medal (AOSM). The OSB has two versions, military and civilian, issued with appropriate award and may be gifted to the next-of-kin of deceased members to complement the award of the AOSM.

Applications. Apply for the OSB using the online application. The Operational Service Medal for Sierra Leone is a campaign medal currently awarded by the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence for recognition of service on operations within Sierra Leone. The Operational Service Medal for Sierra Leone was awarded 21, 30 or 45 days continuous or accumulated service required between certain specified.

The Operational Service Medal for Sierra Leone is a campaign medal awarded for participation in the British military intervention during and after the Sierra Leone Civil War, from May to July The medal was established in by the Ministry of Defence of the United Kingdom. The Operational Service Medal (also known as OSM) was established in to replace the General Service.

The Operational Service Medal for Afghanistan is a campaign medal currently awarded by the United Kingdom’s Ministry of Defence for recognition of service on operations within Afghanistan from 11 th September To qualify for award of the Medal with clasp, personnel must have served in Afghanistan for either 5, 21 or 30 days continuous service.

The Operational Service Medal Iraq and Syria or Operation Shader Medal is a British armed forces campaign medal, awarded mostly to military personnel who served in the operational area of, or in support of Operation medal was first announced by former Defence Secretary, Sir Michael Fallon on 19 September It was first awarded, to service.

The Operational Service Medal (OSM) was established in to replace the General Service Medal () for all new operations. A separate medal of the same design is awarded for each campaign, differentiated by a distinct ribbon.

It has been awarded for four separate campaigns: Afghanistan (from 11 September ). The Operational Service Medal Iraq and Syria (also known as Operation Shader Medal) is a British armed forces campaign medal awarded mostly to military personnel who served in the operational area of, or in support of Operation Shader.

The medal was first announced by former Defence Secretary, Sir Michael Fallon on 19 September and was first awarded in. The Australian Operational Service Medal is a campaign medal established on 22 May to recognise service by Australian Defence Force (ADF) personnel on designated hazardous operations.

It may also be awarded to civilians who serve alongside the ADF on designated operations under specific conditions. It replaces the Australian Active Service Medal and Australian Service Medal. Rather than creating a new honour for each new Canadian Forces (CF) operation as it arises, the Operational Service Medal — with its theatre- or task-specific ribbons — can be awarded in future to honour participation in any operation that meets the criteria.

Eligibility and criteria. The Operational Service Medal (OSM) is awarded to. The medal, ribbon and clasp “Afghanistan” remain unchanged. With immediate effect the Operation Service Medal – VERITAS is to be known as the “Operational Service Medal – Afghanistan”.

It is to cover all operations in Afghanistan and in direct support of operations in Afghanistan, both past and future, from 11 September to a. The Australian Operational Service Medal was established on 22 May by Letters Patent.

The Australian Operational Service Medal replaces the Australian Active Service Medal (AASM) and the Australian Service Medal (ASM). Operations recognised by these medals will continue to be recognised by the AASM or the ASM, for example Operation SLIPPER.

Rather than creating a new honour for each new Canadian Forces operation as it arises, the Operational Service Medal - with its theatre or task specific ribbons - can be awarded in future to honour participation in any operation that meets the criteria.

Eligibility and criteria. The Operational Service Medal (OSM) is awarded to. Operational Service Medal, clasp Afghanistan to Private N. Robinson £ To book a viewing to review the item in more detail with one of our experts please complete the form below.

Australian Operational Service Medal (Special Operations) Declaration – CDF dated 7 September [PDF] Applications When a special operation is declared as eligible for the AOSM – Special Operations by the Chief of the Defence Force, a nominal roll containing the names of eligible ADF members will be provided to the Directorate of.The International Operational Service Medal (IOSM, Irish: Bonn Sheirbhís Oibríochta Idirnáisiúnta) is a military decoration awarded by the Government of Ireland to personnel of the Irish Defence Forces who have been deployed on overseas missions by direction of the Government where no other mission medal has been awarded.

It was first awarded in October .The Operational Service Medal for the Democratic Republic of the Congo is a British armed forces campaign medal awarded to military personnel who had served between 14 June and 10 September on Operation Coral.

The medal with clasp is awarded for 25 days continuous service in Bunia in the Ituri Province of the Congo, or five return operational flights between .