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  1. Medal "Lieutenant-general Kovalev" Medal "Participant in Peacekeeping Operations" Medal "Participant of the Military Maneuvers - Vostok 2018"
  2. I've always tried to remain as neutral as possible in my descriptions and/or opinions on current Russian awards, but I must admit this one completely caught me off guard! It's very nature seems like a throw back to the Soviet Era. or is it just me? Medal "For Achievements in Military-Political Work", established on 23 November 2018 by Ministerial order 675. Awarded to military and civilian personnel of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, who have served (worked) in Military-Political organs of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation (bodies who work with personnel
  3. 7 months I was away... The Russian Defense Ministry was quite active. Among other new heraldic developpements are 13 new medals! I'm presently gathering the establishment orders for translation and addition to my Wiki article. Medal "Participant in Peacekeeping Operations" 2017-10-24 Medal "Lieutenant-general Kovalev" 2018-01-19 Medal "100 Years of Military Commerce" 2018-03-07 Medal "For Merit in Special Activities" 2018-08-02 Medal "For Diligence in the Performance of Radiation, Chemical and Biological Defense Tasks" 2018-09-18 Medal "Participant of th
  4. I just discovered a long 2018 order detailing a just as long list of new breast badges that almost rivals the Defense Ministry... *SIGH* Will slap in on ASAP...
  5. Medal "I.D. Putilin" Established on 20 April 2017. Awarded to employees of bodies of internal affairs for special services in the organization and implementation of operational and investigative activities, for a significant contribution to the fight against criminality and the detection of crimes, for scientific and technical support and the training of qualified personnel for the operational divisions of bodies of internal affairs.
  6. I believe the top row contains 5 ribbons of varying widths: 2, 3 and 5 from the Russian MoD. The 1st ribbon might be the state Jubilee Medal "300 Years of the Russian Navy", it would explain its position in front of MoD awards. The only similar ribbon known to me is for the Soviet Order of Bogdan Khmelnitsky 1st class and I find that quite difficult to believe considering the absence of any related WW2 ribbons. The 2nd is the Medal "For Military Valour" 2nd Class, the 3rd is from the Russian MoD but not clear enough for a positive ID, the 5th looks like the medal for 150 Years of R
  7. Medal "Marshal of the Soviet Union A.M. Vasilevsky" (Медаль «Маршал Советского Союза А.М.Василевский») Awarded to officers of the General Staff of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation and officers of operational directorates, divisions (departments) of the branches of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, of military districts, of the Northern Fleet, of arms of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation, for exemplary performance of military duties and high performance indicators, with service of 10 years or more. The medal may also be awarded to citizens who are in the
  8. Medal "Army General Yakovlev" (Established on 23 January 2018 by Order 17) Awarded to servicemen (with greater seniority and rank), employees (with greater seniority and rank), federal state civil servants, troops of the National Guard of the Russian Federation, temporarily replacing in military managerial positions (commanders, directors) of structural units of the central office of the National Guard of the Russian Federation, operational-territorial associations, formations, military units of the troops of the national guard, territorial bodies of the National Guard of the Russian Fed
  9. The Russian State Courier Service awarded some very attractive badges to denote its last 2 jubilees. Firstly, for 210 Years of Russian Courier Communications. Established on 22 July 2005 by Order 250 and awarded to employees of the State Courier Service of Russia, for exemplary performance of official duties, for achieving good results in service (work), and to mark the 210th anniversary of Russian state courier communications. May be awarded to other persons for assistance in solving the assigned tasks of the State Courier Service of Russia. And more recently, for 220
  10. Is there no limit to your talent... Marvelous pieces!!
  11. Still nada... So many were made. And the way they were bestowed at first, there was no way to regain control.
  12. New MVD of Russia medal: Medal "For strengthening international police cooperation" Established on 20 April 2017 by ministerial order 220. Awarded to employees of law enforcement agencies, federal state civil servants, employees of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Russia and, in some cases other persons, for significant contribution to strengthening and developing cooperation with law enforcement agencies of foreign states and International organizations.
  13. And now... Jubilee Medal "25 Years of the Federal Agency for the Safe Storage and Destruction of Chemical Weapons". Est. 2017-05-10 Order № 111. Not the most attractive thing I've seen...
  14. A new medal established by popular demand and approved by minister Shoigu in November 2016. Medal "Veteran of the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation" Est. 2016-11-24 order № 770. Awarded for many years of honest service in the Armed Forces of the Russian Federation if previously awarded state awards of the Russian Federation (or of the USSR), or awarded the Russian Federation Presidential Certificate of Honour or of Gratitude, or if awarded two or more Defence Ministry of the Russian Federation departmental decorations, and having served with no disciplinary problems for 25 year
  15. Great precision work! Love Klink and Schultz!
  16. Nah... Today's copy of правда will do...
  17. I posted the order of precedence for medals earlier in another post, anything new, unless specifically mentioned in its establishment order, goes at the end of the line. As for these breast badges, they go below state awards worn in a similar fashion in the order of establishement as per medals. Since these are mostly bestowed to NCOs and junior officers, thet don't have to shuffle much out of the way unlike their generals...
  18. The Russian Defense Ministry continues to issue awards quite specific to branches and specialities. These are for Electronic Warfare Troops: Medal "For Service in Electronic Warfare Troops" Awarded to military personnel of all ranks of the Electronic Warfare Troops of the Russian Federation with at least 5 years of service, for valour, ingenuity and courage displayed during service, for excellent performance of duties. May also be awarded to citizens of the Russian Federation, whose actions helped in the development and establishment of the Electronic Warfare Troops of the Russian F
  19. Russian Ministry of Emergency Situations (EMERCOM). Medal "Participant in emergency humanitarian operations". Established on 27 December 1995 by ministerial order 885. Awarded to individuals or organisations for their involvement in humanitarian relief operations and contributions to the organization of such future actions as well as for dedication and courage. The medal is also awarded with English text in lieu of Russian. This is the only medal of this ministry NOT on a pentagonal mount, probably because it is awarded to so many foreigners. No idea why they slapped "UN" on i
  20. "Honoured Fellow of the Federal Courier Service of the Russian Federation" («Почетный Сотрудник Государственной фельдъегерской службы Российской Федерации»). Awarded for special merit in the development and improvement of the State Courier Service of Russia over many years of conscientious work. It can be bestowed upon officers of the State Courier Service of Russia with seniority of twenty-five years or more with at least 15 of those years in the State Courier Service of Russia. The length of service includes service in bodies of internal affairs, military service, other service where th
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