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VICTORIAN ROYAL NAVAL (2ND TYPE) LONG SERVICE & GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL

VICTORIAN ROYAL NAVAL (2ND TYPE) LONG SERVICE & GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL

The Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal (NRMS) is a decoration presented by the United States Armed Forces to recognize enlisted members (officers are not eligible) of the Reserve or National Guard who have completed three years of honorable service. Medals awarded before 1997 required four years of service. Subsequent awards are denoted by Service Stars worn on the award medal. After 10 years of service, both officers and enlisted members are eligible for the Armed Forces Reserve Medal.

The Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal (NRMS) is a decoration presented by the United States Armed Forces to recognize enlisted members (officers are not eligible) of the Reserve or National Guard who have completed three years of honorable service. Medals awarded before 1997 required four years of service. Subsequent awards are denoted by Service Stars worn on the award medal. After 10 years of service, both officers and enlisted members are eligible for the Armed Forces Reserve Medal.

Unitas Medal obverse & reverse.jpg

Unitas Medal obverse & reverse.jpg

First Opium War Medal, 1842.  The China War Medal was originally intended by the Governor-General of India, in Oct 1842, to be awarded exclusively to all ranks of the Honourable East India Company's Forces. Instead, in 1843, under the direction of Queen Victoria, the British Government awarded it without clasp to all members of the British Army and Royal Navy who had "served with distinction" between 5 Jul 1840 and 29 Aug 1842.

843 british silver medal by William Wyon for members of the british army and Royal Navy for participating in the "First Opium War".

Naval General Service Medal

Battle of Trafalgar medal and other treasures star at Spink

WWI Royal Naval Air Service & Special Constabulary Medals To Harry H. Redman

WWI Royal Naval Air Service & Special Constabulary Medals To Harry H.

Mea Gloria Fides

Naval General Service medal (bar - Near East) to an - Royal Navy

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The life and death of a boy sailor

Jack Cornwell was only 15 when he joined the Royal Navy - and only 16 when he died less than a year later. So what is the story of Jutland Jack?

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