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  1. Antonio Prieto

    More Burma/Myanmar unknowns

    Unfortunatelly the book is in burmese and the images black and white http://www.moi.gov.mm/ppd/sites/default/files/Myanmar Logo (Than Tun) final.pdf
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    More Burma/Myanmar unknowns

    More sources https://soeethu.blogspot.com/2013/12/blog-post_26.html http://mingalarparshwemyanmar.blogspot.com/2016/08/blog-post_49.html Police http://www.myanmarpoliceforce.org/mm/index.php?option=com_content&view=category&layout=blog&id=94&Itemid=290 Split the optioms
  3. OR THE MODEL, DESCRIPTION, RULES, PROCEDURES AND CERTIFICATES IN THE ARMED FORCES OF THE REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA Please see pages 4067-4097 http://www.qbz.gov.al/botime/fletore_zyrtare/2016/PDF-2016/66-2016.pdf a) the "Savior" medal; b) "Medal of Bravery"; c) "Medal of Sacrifice"; ç) "Career Medal"; d) medal for "special services"; dh) medal "distinguished department"; e) The medal "Warrior"; ë) medal "Participation in humanitarian operations"; f) The medal "Participation in Civil Emergencies". Commanders of forces and supporting structures will provide: a) "Medal of the Soldier"; b) "Pilot Medal"; c) "Sailor Medal"; ç) "Medal of Knowledge"; d) "Medal of Support"; dh) "Career Medal". The battalion / flotilla / regiment commanders will provide: a) The "Eagle Eye" medal. b) "Battalion / Flotilla / Regiment Honor" medal. Commanders of companies will provide: medal "Company Honor".
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    Bhutan

    Some medals taken from internet at: http://www.elmint.com/
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    ARAB MEDALS -- Mauritania

    For started the new topic a photo (credit: NATO) from Mauritania
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    Nigeria Medal list

    NIGERIA [20th September, 1965] There are hereby established for the armed forces the following medals, namely- (a) the Nigeria Star; (b) the River Niger Star; © the River Benue Star; (d) the Nigeria Eagle; (e) the Distinguished Service Medal; if) the Loyal Service and Good Conduct Medal; (g) the Forces Service Star. 7. Form of medals, etc. (I) The Nigeria Star- (a) shall be of solid gold of the shape shown in the Schedule of this warrant, having in the centre the arms of the Federal Republic surrounded by the words "FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA: FOR V ALOUR", and (b) shall have attached to it a scarlet ribbon having embroidered thereon in gold a small representation of an eagle. (2) The River Niger Star- [schedule.] (a) shall be of gold-plated metal of the shape shown in the Schedule of this war- rant having, in the centre, two crossed swords surmounted by a representation of an eagle, the swords and eagle being surrounded by the words "FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA: FOR BRAVERY"; and (b) shall have attached to it a ribbon divided laterally into five equal divisions of which the first and fifth shall be red, the second navy blue, and third khaki, and the fourth air-force green. (3) The River Benue Star- (a) shall be of silver-plated metal of the shape shown in the Schedule of this war- rant having, in the centre, a representation of a warrior drawing a bow, the representation being surrounded by the words "FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA: FOR GALLANTRY"; and (b) shall have attached to it a ribbon divided laterally into nine equal divisions of which the first, third, seventh and ninth shall be green, the second and eighth white, the fourth and sixth black, and the fifth red. (4) The Nigerian Eagle- (a) shall consist of a circular disc of gold-plated metal of the shape shown in the Schedule of this warrant having, on the obverse, a representation of an eagle surrounded by the words "FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA" and on the reverse, the words "FOR BRA VERY IN ACTION" surrounded by the words "NIGERIAN ARMED FORCES"; and (b) shall have attached to it a shiny black ribbon. (5) The Distinguished Service Medal- (a) shall consist of a circular bronze disc of the shape shown in the Schedule of this warrant having, on the obverse, the arms of the Federal Republic sur- rounded by the words "FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA" and, on the re- verse, the words "FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE" surrounded by the words "NIGERIAN ARMED FORCES"; and (b) shall have attached to it a ribbon divided laterally into five equal divisions of which the first and fifth shall be blue, the second and fourth black, and the third, red. (6) The Loyal Service and Good Conduct Medal- (a) shall consist of a circular disc of silver-plated metal of the shape shown in the Schedule of this warrant having, on the obverse, a representation of the map of Nigeria surrounded by the words "FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA", and, on the reverse, the words "FOR LOYAL SERVICE AND GOOD CON- DUCT" and surrounding those words the number, rank and name of the holder and the words "NIGERIAN ARMED FORCES"; and (b) shall have attached to it a ribbon divided laterally into five equal divisions of which the first shall be dark blue, the second and fourth white, the third red and the fifth sky-blue. (7) The Forces Service Star- [schedule.] (a) shall consist of a circular nickel disc of the shape shown in the Schedule of this warrant having, on the obverse, a five-pointed star surrounded by the words "FOR RECOGNISED SERVICE" and, on the reverse, surrounding a blank central space, the words "FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF NIGERIA"; and (b) shall have attached to it a ribbon divided laterally into five equal divisions of which the first and fifth shall be blue, the second and fourth green, and the third, white. (8) Each of the ribbons mentioned in the foregoing paragraphs shall be 11,4 inches wide. (9) Every service medal shall be worn suspended by its ribbon from the left breast of the outer garment of its wearer. 8. Miniatures and ribbons The holder of any service medal may, when not wearing the medal itself, wear on the left breast of his outer garment- (a) a miniature reproduction of the medal (and of any bar or clasp thereto which has been awarded to him) of such size and pattern as may be approved by the President; or (b) a piece of ribbon of the same width and design as the ribbon attached to the medal, bearing, in the case of a person who has been awarded one or more bars or clasps to the medal, the corresponding number of miniature reproductions of the bar or clasp of such size and pattern as may be approved by the President.
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    ODM of Guyana

    The Chief of Staff has authorised the issuance of the fiftieth anniversary Medal to commemorate the fiftieth year of existence of the Guyana Defence Force. The Medal embodies the Theme “Commemorating the Past, Celebrating the Present, Carving the Future”. This medal is granted to honour all Officers, Warrant Officers, Non –Commissioned Officers and soldiers who have honourable serve and are on active duty in the Guyana Defence Force as at the 1st November, 2015. The Guyana Defence Force expressed full confidence in your service and professionalism. SIGNED ON THE FOURTEENTH DAY OF NOVEMBER, TWO THOUSAND AND FIFTEEN AT DEFENCE HEADQUARTERS, BASE CAMP AYANGANNA. CHIEF OF STAFF , BRIGADIER PATRICK WEST
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    EL SALVADOR

    Source: http://elblog.com Afghanistan
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    EL SALVADOR

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    EL SALVADOR

    Some new "oficial medals for missions": Haiti, Mali, Afghanistan and libano, perhaps some others In the image for MINUSTAH. source: https://www.fuerzaarmada.mil.sv
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    ARMED FORCES OF THE REPUBLIC OF ALBANIA

    Thanks I belive that these are the previous medals. Is posible to dientify
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    Nigeria Medal list

    Thanks. Unfortunatelly I dont see any of the named "Nigerian Army Purple Heart Medal Award"
  13. RULES FOR AWARDING PLATES, SIGNS, AWARDS OF THE MILITARY AND CIVIL SERVICE STAFF IN THE THE ARMY OF THE REPUBLIC OF MACEDONIA http://morm.gov.mk/wp-content/uploads/2018/01/Plaketi.pdf
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    MEDALS OF INDEPENDENT INDIA

    MHA Medals The Union Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) has approved institution of Home Minister’s Special Operation Medal. It also has instituted three more Medals- Antarik Suraksha Medal, Asadharan Aashuchan Padak, and Utkrisht & Ati-Utkrisht Seva Medal. Key Facts These medals will be awarded annually. HM’s Special Operation Medal and Asadharan Aashuchan Padak will be awarded on Independence Day (15th August), Antarik Suraksha Medal and Utkrisht & Ati-Utkrisht Seva Medal will be announced on Republic Day (26th January). There will be no limit or quota for awarding HM’s Special Operation Medal, Asadharan Aashuchan Padak and Antarik Suraksha Medal. There will be cap of 1% and 0.5% of sanctioned strength rank subject to the eligibility conditions for the Utkrisht and Ati-Utkrisht Seva Medal respectively. The medal may be withdrawn if holder is found guilty of disloyalty or brings force to disrepute such as removal, major penalty, criminal offence etc. Home Minister’s Special Operation Medal: It aims to promote high professional standards of Investigation of Crime in State/UT Police and Central Investigating Agencies (CIAs) in the country. Police Officers of States/UTs, Central Police Organisations (CPOs), Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs) and Security Organisation involved in Special Operations are eligible for it. Asadharan Aashuchan Padak: It will be given to officials of Intelligence organization of Central Government and Intelligence Department/wings/Special Branches/Units of all State/UT Police, CAPFs, Assam Rifles (AR) and National Security Guard (NSG) for acts of exceptional courage and skill in intelligence gathering. Antarik Suraksha Medal: It will be bestowed upon Police personnel of States/UTs/CAPFs/Security Organisation in recognition of operation duty rendered by them for tenure of every two years in internal security in Jammu & Kashmir, Left Wing Extremism (LWE) region and North East region. Utkrisht and Ati Utkrisht Seva Medal: It will be awarded to permanent Police personnel and other permanent support staff working in CAPFs, State/UTs Police Forces, AR, NSG, Home Guard (HG) and intelligence organizations of Central and state Governments and CAPFs in recognition of Long Service of 15 and 25 year and good service records.
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    Nigeria Medal list

    Operation Zaman Lafiya Medal The 27 Task Force Brigade of the Nigeria Army in Yobe State, north-east Nigeria, has honoured its officers and men for their gallantry in the fight against the Boko Haram terrorists. At a ‘Medal Parade’ in Damaturu, the Yobe State capital, all the officers and men involved in the operation “Zaman Lafiya” for a period of six months, were honoured with the medals. Another category of the awards is the Nigerian Army Purple Heart Medal Award meant for those killed or injured while in active service. At the ceremony in Damaturu, the State Governor, Ibrahim Gaidam, applauded the officers and men for giving their all, for the restoration of peace and stability in the troubled state. Source: https://www.channelstv.com/2015/06/20/nigerian-army-honours-officers-in-yobe/
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    50th Anniversary of Egyptian Navy Day Medal

    If any can transtate ...
  17. ABOUT PRIZES AND POOLS IN THE MINISTRY OF DEFENSE AND ORGANIZED POWER OF BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA http://sllist.ba/glasnik/2018/broj19/broj019.pdf a) Letter of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina b) Plaques: 1) Gold plaque of the Ministry of Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2) Silver plaque of the Ministry of Defense of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 3) Gold Plaque of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 4) Silver plaque of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 5) Plaques of commands and units of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina. c) Medals: 1) Medal of Honor, 2) Medal for merit, 3) Medal for military merit, 4) Medal for courage, 5) Medal for outstanding dedication and professionalism, 6) Medal for service in the BiH defense system, 7) Medal for achievements in science, culture and sports. d) Badges of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina: 1) Gold badge of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 2) Silver badge of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina, 3) Badge of the Armed Forces of Bosnia and Herzegovina for service in missions outside of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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    ARAB MEDALS -- United Arab Emirates

    Médailles et décorations. http://zmc.mil.ae/Awards.html
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    Bhutan

    Civil Service Award for Excellent Service (Gold, Silver and Bronze) Civil Service Award for Lifetime Service Civil Service Award for Dedicated Service (Gold, Silver and Broze Medal). See the pic
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    Bhutan

    Some Royal Bhutan Police members
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    Bhutan

    THE ROYAL BHUTAN POLICE ACT, 1980 38. Medals and certificates The following Medals are hereby for meritorious service instituted for meritorious services performed by members of the Royal Bhutan Police force: (a) Any Police personnel, after completion of 15 years of dedicated and satisfactory service and who does not have adverse records in the Annual Confidential Reports for the past 5 years, may be awarded a medal which shall be worn on the left chest, a ribbon of 1 1/2" length and 1/2" breadth with three equal colours of white, yellow and red. The colours shall be separated by a black thread lining. The recipient of such medals shall be entitled to an allowance of Nu. 15/- per month for as long as he remains in service. (b) Any Police personnel who has devoted 21 years of meritorious service with a good service record shall be entitled to wear a ribbon symbolizing the colours of the Police Flag which shall have the same measurement as above. The recipient shall be entitled to a monthly allowance of Nu. 25/- for as long as he remains in service. (c) Any Police personnel who endangers and risks his own life while on duty in order to save the life and property of others shall be awarded a medal with a ribbon symbolizing the National Flag of Bhutan which shall have the same measurement as above. The recipient of such a gallantry award shall be entitled to an allowance of Nu. 55/- per month while he remains in service. (d) The Chief of Police shall award certificate of merit in appreciation of good service performed during the preceding year. The annual recommendations for police medals and certificates shall reach the Royal Bhutan Police Headquarters by the 10th of August every year and the same shall be awarded on Police Day on the 1st of September every year.
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    Miniature Spanish order

    Hello Cruz de distinción del segundo ejército 1815 See http://coleccionesmilitares.com/medallas/texto/independencia.htm
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    ARAB MEDALS -- Bahrain

    A new medal? Please see the ribbon bars. Third row, first ribbon
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    ARAB MEDALS -- Saudi Arabia

    Please see the ribbon bar
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    ARAB MEDALS -- Saudi Arabia

    Thank you again For the next update of the ribbon plate
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