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1st row: Perhaps AF 50th Anniversary Medal, Sri Lanka Armed Services LSM 1979, 50th Independence Anniverary Commemoration Medal

2nd row: North ansd East Operations Medals, Purna Bhumi Padakkama, Vadamarachi Operation Medal, Riveria Campaign Medal

More ribbons at:

www.coleccionesmilitares.com/cintas/asia/srilanka1.gif

www.coleccionesmilitares.com/cintas/asia/srilanka2.gif

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1st row: Perhaps AF 50th Anniversary Medal, Sri Lanka Armed Services LSM 1979, 50th Independence Anniverary Commemoration Medal

2nd row: North ansd East Operations Medals, Purna Bhumi Padakkama, Vadamarachi Operation Medal, Riveria Campaign Medal

More ribbons at:

www.coleccionesmilitares.com/cintas/asia/srilanka1.gif

www.coleccionesmilitares.com/cintas/asia/srilanka2.gif

Regards

How did I miss this?!?!

Antonio is right. :beer:

See also: http://www.medals.lava.pl/bc/lk2.htm

The very nice official Sri Lankan Air Force site seems to be down just now.

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Lt. Gen. Parami Kulatunga

Ranasura Padakkama (RSP), Uttama Seva Padakkama (USP), Armed Service Medal 1972

Sri Lanka Army 50th Anniversary Medal, Sri Lanka Armed Services LSM, Presidential Inauguration Medal, 50th Independence Anniversary Commemoration Medal

North and East operational Medal, Poorna Bhumi Padakkama, Vadamarachchi Operation Medal, Riviresa campaign medal

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Lt. Gen. Parami Kulatunga

Ranasura Padakkama (RSP), Uttama Seva Padakkama (USP), Armed Service Medal 1972

Sri Lanka Army 50th Anniversary Medal, Sri Lanka Armed Services LSM, Presidential Inauguration Medal, 50th Independence Anniversary Commemoration Medal

North and East operational Medal, Poorna Bhumi Padakkama, Vadamarachchi Operation Medal, Riviresa campaign medal

This is a very interesting thread. Fascinating that they use the same ribbon bar for their wounded medal as we do for our Purple Heart.

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Pride of Sri Lanka / Sri Lankaabhimanya

Dr. A. T. Ariyaratne, founder of Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement, received Sri Lankaabhimanya (01.12.2007)

The highest civil honour conferred for exceptionally outstanding and most distinguished service to the nation. Awarded by the President of Sri Lanka on behalf the Government of Sri Lanka. It could be conferred posthumously.

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