Royal Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal RAF WW2 British Medal Repro
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Royal Air Force Long Service
The Royal Air Force Long Service and Good Conduct Medal was instituted by King George V in 1919, the year following the establishment of the world’s first independent Air Force. The medal could be awarded to Regular Force non-commissioned officers and airmen of the Royal Air Force. The award criteria was later relaxed to also allow the award of the medal to officers who had served a minimum period in the ranks before being commissioned
A later version of the Spitfires which played a major part in the Battle of Britain.
The Avro Lancaster heavy bomber .
Badge of Royal Air Force
Royal Air Force
In the complex British honours system, there were distinct awards for officers and men for each service arm, Navy, Army and Air Force, and for each type of service, Regular Force or Reserve components. Reserve Force officers were eligible for various long service decorations that granted them the use of post-nominal letters, while Reserve Force other ranks were eligible for various long service and good conduct medals, but without post-nominals.
This Medal Does NOT have the word Copy Written on it
Anyone interested in history will love this amazing piece of art!
It is ideal to wear instead of Your issue Medal or for Displaying on uniforms and collections
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