Medal Rosette


A rosette is displayed on the ribbon of certain medals for additional honours, services or participation in specific conflicts. An example of this is on the South Atlantic Medal which was awarded with a rosette if personnel performed, “one day’s service within 35° and 60° South latitude or do at least one operational sortie south of Ascension Island, between 2 April and 14 June 1982”. This small metal medal rosette can be added to any medal where appropriate.

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