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Antonio Prieto

NAVAL MERIT ORDER

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On August 3, 1866, the Naval Merit Order was instituted for a special reward for the services rendered by the generals, chiefs, officers, marine guards, and other classes of the different corps of the Navy.
It consists of four classes: the first for the marine guards, second lieutenants, lieutenants of the ship, lieutenants, lieutenants of ship and captains; the second to commanders, lieutenant colonels, frigate captains, colonels, and ship captains; the third to the brigadiers, squad leaders, lieutenant generals, and captains general; and the fourth, with the name of Grand Cross, in special circumstances for those who are entitled to the third.

From classes below the third pilot will opt for the silver cross.

 

  omnadb3.jpgCOLECCIÓN DE JABT omnadb2.jpgCOLECCIÓN DE PABLO J. MEROÑO FERNÁNDEZ omnadb1.jpgCOLECCIÓN DE AJBJ omnadbcp.jpg
Grand Cross 3rd Class Cross 2nd Class Cross 1st Class Cross Silver Cross

 

See https://coleccionesmilitares.com/medallas/texto/omn18661931.htm

 

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