Long Service Cross, in Silver for 16 Years
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The Long Service Cross was founded by Duke Wilhelm and was conferred upon officers, non-commissioned officers, and enlisted men who had rendered long and faithful service in the Nassau military. In order to receive the award, an individual had to have a history of impeccable conduct.
Before the award was instituted, long service was marked by chevrons.
The Silver Cross for 16 Years was conferred upon non-commissioned officers and enlisted men.
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