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  1. Double post due to lag... :banger:
  2. Award document with the stamp of the Defense Ministry.
  3. Instituted on 5 June 2000 by decree of the Defense Minister. Awarded to civilian personnel of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation for outstanding performance, for high achievements in the industrial, scientific, socio-cultural activities and services in the training of highly qualified personnel.
  4. The Sacrifice Medal was created to recognize a member of the Canadian Forces, a member of an allied force, or a Canadian civilian under the authority of the Canadian Forces who, as of October 7, 2001, died or was wounded under honourable circumstances as a direct result of hostile action. This is a link to the web site of the Governor General of Canada for this particular award, as far as I know, no info or pictures there have any copyright unless clearly specified from outside agencies. Governor General of Canada Cheers!
  5. Extremely nice quality pics showing high awards. Very sweet eye candy! Thanks for sharing! :D
  6. This is the bogus 10th anniversary medal with award document. Many civilian and/or veterans' and/or political associations/committees bestow medals with very official looking documents and have their own also quite official looking stamps. These are unofficial (non governmental) awards. This is a perfect example of such a medal.
  7. FAPSI is the Russian acronym for the Federal Agency for Government Communication and Information. The medal for Military Valour is awarded to military personnel of FAPSI for excellent performance in training, for special distinction while performing normal military or combat duties, military exercises and maneuvers; for courage, dedication and other merits as demonstrated in the performance of military duty. The 1st and 2nd classes are bestowed sequentially, 2nd class, then 1st class. 1st class: gold 2nd class: silver
  8. Instituted on 6 December 2002 by decree of the Minister for Emergency Situations. Awarded to soldiers, officers and employees of the State Fire Service of the MES of Russia, army troops and civil defense officials of the Russian MES, and in some cases to other citizens of the Russian Federation, for courage and dedication while extinguishing fires, rescuing people and saving property from fire; for leadership in leading firefighting efforts and rescuing people; for courage, perseverance and high professionalism as demonstrated in order to prevent an explosion or fire.
  9. Instituted on 14 May 2002 by decree of the Minister for Emergency Situations. Awarded to military and civilian aviation personnel of EMERCOM for outstanding performance of their assigned duties whether in flying, logistics or engineering operations. A helicopter or jet transport device can be worn on the ribbon.
  10. Instituted on 3 August 2005 by decree of the Minister for Emergency Situations. Awarded to soldiers and members of the State Fire Service of Russia who have worked with EMERCOM for at least 5 years, for dedication and exemplary work in fire fighting, during natural disasters, in saving lives and protecting public property, in actively promoting fire safety, for high achievements in developing and putting into application advanced technologies used to fight fires.
  11. Instituted on 25 March 1998 by decree of the Minister for Emergency Situations. Awarded to employees with at least 5 years of service with the MES (EMERCOM) of Russia and that have been previously awarded one of the badges of merit of the MES of Russia; for merit in initiatives, development and implementation of successful rescue management methods resulting in successful operations, excellent performance in preventing and alleviating the consequences of accidents and natural disasters, for long and impeccable service in the cause of civil defense and disaster relief management.
  12. Instituted on 4 October 2001. Awarded to military and civilian personnel of the Federal Security Service for outstanding achievements and distinction in the planning and execution of special operations crucial to the security of the Russian Federation. Awarded with swords only for direct participation when military or special weapons were used.
  13. Instituted on 4 October 2001. Awarded to military and Federal Security Forces for participation in or support of counter-terrorist operations. For the faithful execution of their duties while in the area of counter-terrorist operations in the territory of the North Caucasus region for a period of not less than seven months; regardless of the amount of time of personal involvement in counter-terrorism operations if Meritorious in the operations. The Director of the Federal Security Service may award the Medal to other citizens who actively assisted the authorities in the conduct of counter-ter
  14. Instituted on 4 October 2001 and awarded to military and civilian personnel of the Federal Security Service (ex-KGB), to other citizens of the Russian Federation or to foreign citizens, for merit in strengthening the military brotherhood, for effective cooperation in law enforcement or military activities aimed at strengthening the Security Services of the Russian Federation.
  15. Instituted on 11 September 2007 by decree of the Defense Minister. Awarded to soldiers and officers of Space Forces for initiative, diligence and distinction shown in the line of duty in military service for 20 years or more and already awarded the insignia of Merit for Space Forces.
  16. Instituted on 19 February 2003 by decree of the President of the Russian Federation. Awarded to participants of the wartime defense of Leningrad, persons awarded a medal for the defense of Leningrad; residents who were blockaded in Leningrad; wartime workers who worked during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 in Leningrad and were awarded state awards; citizens who have made a significant contribution to the development of St. Petersburg.
  17. Instituted on 30 July 2005 by decree of the President of the Russian Federation. Awarded to residents of the city of Kazan who fought in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, wartime workers who worked during the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945 in the city of Kazan for at least six months or that were awarded orders and medals of the Soviet Union for their dedicated work in the Great Patriotic War of 1941-1945, veterans of labour; citizens who have made a significant contribution to the development of the city of Kazan.
  18. Instituted on 10 February 1996 by decree of the President of the Russian Federation. Awarded for naval service if previously decorated with a state award and faultless service on ships or as part of a Naval Aviation crew for 10 years, or in other parts of the navy for 20 years, to naval veterans of the Great Patriotic War, naval researchers and members of expeditionary fleets who were awarded state awards and worked flawlessly for 15 years or more, designers, developers, managers of design offices, research institutions and organizations, educational institutions, heads of the central governm
  19. Instituted on 10 October 2005 by decree of the Minister for Emergency Situations. Awarded to soldiers, officers and employees of the Ministry of Emergency Situations of Russia, to Russian citizens, for being actively engaged in promoting the activities of civil defense, for protection of the population and territories from emergencies, for disseminating best response practices when faced with accidents and disasters.
  20. Instituted on 27 June 2006 by decree of the Minister for Emergency Situations. This commemorative medal is awarded to soldiers, officers and employees of the St. Petersburg University for the State Fire Service of the Ministry for Emergency Situations of Russia for proficiency during more than 10 years, or to soldiers, officers and employees of the State Fire Service of the MES of Russia, as well as veterans of the university staff who made a significant contribution to the development of emergency procedures and disaster management.
  21. Commemorative medal instituted on 5 June 2002 by decree of the Interior Minister. Awarded to military and civilian personnel of the ministry or to retired officers or civilian personnel of the Ministry of the Interior of the Russian Federation who served faultlessly for 20 years or more. The official stamp on the accompanying award document is from the Interior Troops (National Guard).
  22. Instituted on 24 January 2001 by decree of the Minister of Internal Affairs. Awarded to civilian members and military personnel of the ministry for services in strengthening the Brotherhood of Arms and military cooperation, and in some cases to other citizens of the Russian Federation or foreign citizens for assisting in the performance of the tasks assigned to the ministerial troops.
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