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The 5 basic civilian and military commendations
The 5 basic commendations are awarded as default to all Justiciar Knights who have earned one of the three primary commendations:
· Distinguished Destroyer of cultural Marxism Commendation (DCM)
· Distinguished Saboteur Master Commendation (SM)
· Distinguished Wielder of the Furious Scimitar Commendation (WFS)
4 of these commendations can also be earned for civilian efforts (more on this later).
14. National Defence Service Medal (military)
Awarded for exceptional military contributions against category A, B and C individuals (or their interests) who directly/indirectly propagated or facilitated the general implementation of multiculturalist/cultural Marxist doctrines.
15. Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal (military and civilian)
Awarded for exceptional voluntary contributions for the defence of European identity, culture, traditions, European Christendom (European civilisation) and for efforts against the implementation of Multiculturalist doctrines and ongoing Islamisation. The Justiciar Knight is required to have earned a DCM, SM or WFS Commendation unless he qualifies for non-military efforts.
16. Honourable Crusader Medal (military and civilian)
Awarded for significant contributions/efforts to liberate Europe from Islam. Furthermore, it is awarded for the indirect (P1) efforts to liberate and defend Jerusalem, Constantinople, Coptic Christians, Assyrian Christians, Maronite Christians, Various other Christian/Jewish minorities worldwide (including efforts to drive out Islam from the Balkans, Anatolia or any other Christian territory where Islam is currently the occupational force). Can be awarded to contributors on all 8 fronts (non-PCCTS military or civilian). The Justiciar Knight is required to have earned a DCM, SM or WFS Commendation unless he qualifies for non-military efforts.
17. Legacy of Charles Martel & John III Sobieski Medal (military and civilian)
Awarded for exceptional efforts against the implementation of multiculturalism and therefore against the ongoing Islamisation of Europe. The Justiciar Knight is required to have earned a DCM, SM or WFS Commendation unless he qualifies for non-military efforts.
18. Defender of Christendom Medal (military and civilian)
Awarded for exceptional efforts against the implementation of cultural Marxism (which involves the deconstruction of European Christendom) and therefore for the preservation of European Christendom. The Justiciar Knight is required to have earned a DCM, SM or WFS Commendation unless he qualifies for non-military efforts.
Future Military Service Medals (during and/or after phase 2/3)
19. Multi-Cultural Force Medal (most likely in phase 2 and 3)
Awarded for military cooperation with nationalist Hindu, Buddhist, Jewish and/or atheist forces (non-European) on Hindu, Buddhist or Jewish territory. These efforts must be directed against Jihadi or cultural Marxist forces, personnel or interests.
After phase 3
· Liberation of the Balkans Service Medal: Awarded for assisting to drive out Islam from occupied territory belonging to Serbia and Croatia (Kosovo and Bosnia-Herzegovina).
· Liberation of Macedonia Service Medal: Awarded for assisting to drive out Islam from Macedonia.
· Liberation of Albania Service Medal: Awarded for assisting to drive out Islam from Albania.
· Liberation of Southern Russia Service Medal: Awarded for assisting Russian forces to drive out Islam from southern Russia.
· Liberation of Anatolia Service Medal: Awarded for assisting to drive out Islam from occupied territory belonging to Greece and Armenia.
· Liberation of Constantinople Service Medal: Awarded for assisting to drive out Islam from the occupied city of Constantinople.
· Liberation of India Service Medal: Awarded for assisting Indian nationalist forces to drive out Islam from Indian territory.
· Liberation of Thailand Service Medal: Awarded for assisting Thai nationalist forces to drive out Islam from Thai territory.
· Liberation of the Philippines Service Medal: Awarded for assisting Philippino nationalist forces to drive out Islam from the Philippines.
· Liberation of China Service Medal: Awarded for assisting Chinese nationalist forces to drive out Islam from China.
· Liberation of Southern Sudan Service Medal: Awarded for assisting Southern Sudanese Christian/animist forces to drive out Islam from Southern Sudan.
· Liberation of Ethiopia Service Medal: Awarded for assisting Ethiopian nationalist/Christian forces to drive out Islam from Ethiopia.
· Liberation of Kenya Service Medal: Awarded for assisting Kenyan nationalist/Christian forces to drive out Islam from Kenya.
· Liberation of Southern Nigeria Service Medal: Awarded for assisting Southern Nigerian nationalist/Christian forces to drive out Islam from Southern Nigeria.
Temporary adoption of readily available commendations/accessories
Considering the fact that there has not yet been established a European Overseer organisation, we have not been able to focus our resources on uniform and commendation (medal/ribbon) design and production. As such, we are left with no choice but to temporarily adopt readily available existing designs from regular armies. Considering the fact that the most readily available commendations are from the US army we will have to adopt some of their military accessories until we have the capacity, organisational structure and funding to design our own. Hopefully, a well funded civilian Overseer organisation will be established by 2020 which will allow us access to authentic and original uniforms with decorations specifically designed for our accomplishments.
Until we are in a situation where we have access to authentic and original medals we will have no choice but to restrict/limit our full size decorations to illustrative ribbons for mounting in ribbon racks.
Ribbon bar mounted on a ribbon rack
Ribbon bars are small decorations that are usually worn by military, police, and fire service personnel or by civilians. Ribbon bars are mainly used when wearing either full decoration, or when wearing medals is considered inappropriate or impractical. Each military force has its own rules on what ribbons are worn in which order of precedence. Some awards are "ribbon only", having no associated medal. Ribbon bars are worn in rows on the chest. The collection of bars is collectively referred to as a "ribbon rack".
The ribbon bar for a particular medal usually matches the ribbon on the medal. For example, the ribbon for the Purple Heart medal is purple with a white bar down the two side edges, and its ribbon bar is similarly purple with a white bar at each end.
Ribbon bars are today mounted on what is known as a pin backing (three bars per row), which can then be pushed through the fabric of a uniform shirt and secured, with fasteners, on the inside edge. Ribbons may either be individually secured, and then lined up on the shirt, or mass-mounted to a single fastener. Previously, ribbons were sown to individual garments; individual militaries authorised the ribbons for wear on certain uniforms only; for example, on dress shirts but not on working clothing.
Ribbon bars are normally not worn on utility or combat uniforms, but instead for office or dress occasions. Some countries (such as Cuba) maintain a standard practice of wearing full ribbon bars on combat utility clothing. In other militaries, this is strictly prohibited as the wear of ribbons on combat gear could make higher ranking officers more noticeable as targets, and also negate the effect of camouflage.
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