Who authorizes a new military medal?

Answer The President of the United States authorizes new military medals, according to the U.S. Department of Defense. In 2003, for example, President George W. Bush authorized the Department of Defense t... Read More »

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How does earl of Wessex have the right to wear Military Uniform when after all he flunked out of the Military Also am I to understand that the medal he wore at the armistice Service were not Military?

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How to Replace a Military Medal?

Military medals are prized possessions and are often passed down through the family. Despite their importance, medals can be lost or damaged. However, the National Archives can replace military med... Read More »

What was the highest military medal given to a female?

Mary Edwards Walker received the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1865 for her service as a surgeon for the United States during the Civil War. Her medal was rescinded in 1917 before being reinstate... Read More »

What does a bronze medal represent in the military?

The Bronze Star is an Army medal awarded for a "heroic or meritorious achievement or service, not involving participation in aerial flight, in connection with military operations against an armed e... Read More »