Canadian Coast Guard Exemplary Service
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The Canadian Coast Guard Exemplary Service Medal was instituted on March 14, 1991. The Medal is conferred upon individuals who have completed 20 years of service with the Canadian Coast Guard and their affiliated organizations.
Eligible recipients must have performed a minimum 10 years of duties involving potential risk, while displaying good conduct, consistent work ethic, and dedicated service.
The obverse features the Canadian Coast Guard crest, inscribed with [EXEMPLARY SERVICE. SERVICES DISTINGUÉS]. The reverse features the Royal Cipher [EIIR].
Additional Bars with a maple leaf may be conferred to recognize subsequent periods of service of 10 years.
Members of the Coast Guard will only be considered if they have not received any other decorations or medals recognizing long service, good conduct, or efficiency, by the Crown. The Medal may be awarded posthumously.
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