In eligibility was extended to New Zealand volunteers who served in the s.
Vietnam veterans' ceremony, Wellington, 1st of 4 New Zealand wars The New Zealand Medal was instituted in to recognise the service of British troops in New Zealand in —47 and — In eligibility was extended to New Zealand volunteers who served in the s.
King George V approved the suggestion.
The Gallipoli Star was designed, the conditions of award were finalised and the ribbon was sent to New Zealand — and then the medal was cancelled.
This was because the New Zealand Expeditionary Force did not fight in France and Belgium between August and Novemberwhich was the requirement for this medal. Applications required After the First World War medals were posted to servicemen and women. The situation was rather different after the Second World War.
The navy, army and air departments decided that because of the large number of medals, they would only be issued if applied for in writing.
Others did not apply because they wanted to forget their war experiences. The New Zealand Defence Force still had a large stock of some Second World War medals in the s because demand after the war was less than anticipated.
The New Zealand War Service Medal was also instituted to recognise those who served in the New Zealand armed forces between and Many members of the Home Guard qualified for this medal.
The first New Zealand campaign medal was the Vietnam Medal, which was instituted in No more New Zealand campaign medals were instituted until the s.
In the New Zealand Service Medal — was instituted. This covered service in Japan between later 3 September and The East Timor Medal was instituted in to recognise service in East Timor between and In the New Zealand Operational Service Medal was introduced to provide recognition to those who had served in a war or campaign since the end of the Second World War.
By more than 20, had been issued. The New Zealand Defence Service Medal instituted in recognises military service — regular, territorial or reserve, compulsory military training and national service — since the end of the Second World War, in New Zealand and overseas.
It is estimated that overpeople are eligible for this medal.
Medals issued under this warrant cover service during nuclear testing operations —73the Mt Erebus air crash in Antarctica and the Asian tsunami. It recognises distinguished military service, including command, leadership and service in an operational environment, or in support of operations.
Long-service and good-conduct medals There are a large number of military medals for long service and good conduct, most of which are not current.
In there were 12 current medals of this type. New Zealanders have also received foreign decorations and medals, such as the French Croix de Guerre for service in France and Belgium during the First and Second world wars.
The New Zealand Memorial Cross is awarded to the next-of-kin of military personnel who died in wars and campaigns from 3 September onwards.Two New Zealand essayists writing on very different topics – life as an army recruit and the power of scent – are joint winners of the Landfall Essay Competition.
Laurence Fearnley, of Dunedin, and Alie Benge, of Wellington, will share the $ cash prize and both will receive a year's. The New Zealand Army is a professional organisation of dedicated and loyal New Zealanders who are highly trained and well equipped to meet the challenges in today’s world.
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