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WA Bush Fire Brigade Medal

The WA Bush Fire Brigade Medal is a prestigious honour that recognises the dedicated service and long-term commitment of active members in bushfire response and management. It is awarded to those with 10+ years of service. Read more..

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SKU:BN4535

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SKU:
BN4535

Specifications

Brand Group 1, Brand Group 2, Product Group 2, Product Group 3, Organisation,

Specifications

Brand Group 1:
Brands
Brand Group 2:
Medals of Australia
Product Group 2:
Medals
Product Group 3:
Replica Medals
Organisation:
Honours & Awards,Imperial

Description

The Western Australia Bush Fire Brigade Medal is a prestigious award established to honour the long-term commitment and diligent service of active registered members of the Western Australian Bush Fire Brigade, including support members. This esteemed medal serves as a tangible recognition of the important roles that these individuals play in bushfire response and management across Western Australia.

Eligibility Criteria:

  • All active registered members of the Western Australian Bush Fire Brigade, including support members with qualifying service, are eligible for this award.

  • The medal is awarded for a minimum of ten years of diligent service within the Western Australian Bush Fire Brigade.

  • A clasp is awarded for each additional five-year period of diligent service, up to 55 years.

Unmounted Medals

If you order your medal unmounted, the medal and ribbon will be supplied as separate components. Miniature medals will be supplied with 15cm of ribbon and full size medals will be supplied with 30cm of ribbon.

WA Bush Fire Brigade Medal Full Size Court Mounted

The court mounting of medals involves securing medals to a stiff backing board, along with the placement of a brooch fitting on the board. This ensures that the medals remain firmly in place and do not shift or move about while being worn.

It is mandatory for active members of the Australian Defence Force to have their medals court mounted, as it is considered the appropriate method of presenting military honours in a professional and respectful manner. By doing so, the medals are given proper recognition and are displayed in a neat and organized fashion.

WA Bush Fire Brigade Medal Full Size Swing Mounted

The swing mounting of medals refers to the attachment of a medal to a ribbon that is allowed to hang freely from a brooch, which in turn is affixed to a uniform or clothing. This mounting style was commonly used for medals from the Boer War up to and including World War II, although there are no fixed guidelines or regulations regarding its use.

WA Bush Fire Brigade Medal Miniature Court Mounted

Miniature Court Mounted medals are mounted using the same method as Full size medals, yet they are typically worn to ceremonies were wearing full size medals would be impractical. These medals are commonly worn to all ceremonies that take place after 6 pm such as dinners.

WA Bush Fire Brigade Medal Miniature Swing Mounted

Miniature Swing Mounted medals are mounted using the same method as Full size medals, yet they are typically worn to ceremonies were wearing full size medals would be impractical. These medals are commonly worn to all ceremonies that take place after 6 pm such as dinners.

WA Bush Fire Brigade Medal Ribbon Bar

A ribbon bar is a small, rectangular display of ribbons worn on military uniforms to represent various honours and awards earned by the wearer. These ribbons are arranged in a specific order and are attached to a backing, which is then attached to the uniform. Ribbon bars are a compact and convenient way for military personnel to display their achievements and are often used in situations where a full-sized medal or award would be impractical.