Conspicuous Bravery Medal (Ameristralia)
|Conspicuous Bravery Medal|
|Awarded by |
Minister of Defence
|Established||28 August 2021|
Sovereign Ameristralian Defence Forces member|
Foreign forces personnel
|Awarded for||exceptional bravery in the face of the enemy, during battle|
|Chief Minister||Kyson Brooke|
|Minister of Defence||Vacant|
|Next (higher)||Municipal Medal of Valour|
The Conspicuous Bravery Medal is bestowed upon individuals who have distinguished themselves through their courageous actions in various scenarios. This includes displaying bravery while engaged in conflicts against enemies of Ameristralia, demonstrating exceptional valor during military operations involving opposing foreign forces, or exhibiting acts of bravery that do not surpass the criteria required for the Municipal Medal of Valour.
The Conspicuous Bravery Medal is a prestigious honour granted to individuals who have displayed exceptional courage and valour in various circumstances. This distinguished medal is awarded to those who have demonstrated bravery while engaged in conflicts against enemies of Ameristralia, showcased extraordinary valour during military operations involving opposing foreign forces, or exhibited acts of bravery that do not surpass the criteria set for the Municipal Medal of Valour.
Recipients of the Conspicuous Bravery Medal have exhibited remarkable bravery in the face of danger, going above and beyond the call of duty to protect and defend Ameristralia. Their acts of valour and selflessness serve as an inspiration to others and exemplify the highest standards of bravery and dedication.
The Conspicuous Bravery Medal represents the utmost recognition and appreciation for the extraordinary individuals who have shown exceptional courage in the most challenging and perilous circumstances. It serves as a symbol of honour, commemorating their selfless acts and acknowledging the immense sacrifices they have made for the security and well-being of Ameristralia.
By bestowing the Conspicuous Bravery Medal, Ameristralia acknowledges and celebrates the extraordinary bravery and heroism of its military personnel, underscoring the nation's deep gratitude and admiration for their unwavering commitment to duty and their outstanding contributions to safeguarding the country's freedom and security.
On 28 August 2021, the visionary Sovereign Lord Mayor of Ameristralia, David I, introduced the Conspicuous Bravery Medal as a prestigious recognition for Ameristralian combatants who have displayed extraordinary bravery and courage in the face of danger. This esteemed honor was proposed to the esteemed Municipal Assembly, who wholeheartedly embraced the idea and officially approved the Conspicuous Bravery Medal as one of the highest military distinctions in Ameristralia.
Initially, the medal featured the Ameristralian Coat of Arms, which remained in use from September 2021 to April 2022. However, as part of a comprehensive overhaul of Ameristralia's orders, decorations, and awards, significant design changes were implemented. In April 2022, a new design was unveiled, removing the former Coat of Arms from the medals. This redesign aimed to create a cohesive and consistent visual identity across all decorations within Ameristralia's distinguished recognition system.
Previously, the Conspicuous Bravery Medal was presented with a silver clasp attached to a rectangular ribbon. However, with the introduction of the new design, the medal underwent a remarkable transformation in its appearance and presentation.
This comprehensive revamp of Ameristralia's orders, decorations, and awards underscores the nation's unwavering commitment to honor and celebrate the exceptional acts of bravery and valor demonstrated by its esteemed military personnel. The Conspicuous Bravery Medal stands as a symbol of utmost respect, admiration, and gratitude for those who have demonstrated extraordinary courage and selflessness in the face of adversity. It serves as a timeless testament to the indomitable spirit and unwavering dedication of Ameristralian combatants.
There are currently no recipients of the decoration.