Reserve Long Service Decoration, Iron Bar
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The Reserve Long Service Decoration was founded by Grand Duke Friedrich Wilhelm and was conferred upon officers, non-commissioned officers, and enlisted men who had fulfilled their mandatory service requirement in the reserve forces and had served in a minimum of one campaign.
In special circumstances, the decoration could also be awarded in recognition of three months of exemplary service.
The Iron Bar was replaced with the Bronze Medal on July 25, 1913.
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