New Zealand General Service Medal (1992, in Bronze)
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The New Zealand General Service Medal (1992) was established by Queen Elizabeth II, Queen of New Zealand by Royal Warrant on May 7, 1992. It was created to recognise service in warlike and non-warlike operations for which no separate New Zealand or British Commonwealth, United Nations or NATO campaign medal was issued. The New Zealand General Service Medal (1992) was replaced by the New Zealand General Service Medal (2002).
The Bronze Medal was awarded for non-warlike situations. Bronze clasps were awarded for non-warlike operations to denote where the recipient served. These clasps include:
- "KOREA 1954-57"
- "KOREA 1958-2000"
- "INDIAN OCEAN"
- "ARABIAN GULF"
The Bronze Medal features the recipient’s name engraved on the rim.
Obv: ELIZABETH II DEI GRATIA REGINA FID. DEF Rev: THE NEW ZEALAND GENERAL SERVICE MEDAL Rim: [RECIPIENT DETAILS]
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