NATO & European Union Medals
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NATO Medals
Miniatures are available for all of the medals below with the exception of the Meritorious Service Medal

  M219A NATO Medal with Clasp  "Former Yugoslavia
Area of Operations: Awarded: For 30 days' service with NATO forces in the Former Yugoslavia (or 90 days' service in support of the mission in Greece, Italy, Hungary or Austria.)

EF £17.00

 

    M219B NATO Medal with Clasp "Kosovo"
Area of Operations: Awarded: For 30 days' service with NATO's KFOR in Kosovo, or 90 days' service in support of the mission in Italy, Greece or Hungary.



 

 
EF £17.00
             
             
  M219C NATO Medal for Macedonia
Area of Operations:
Personnel must have served in the Republic of Macedonia for at least 25 days from 1 June 2001 until 27 September 2001, or for at least 30 days since then. Among others entitled to the medal are the military personel who took part in Operation Essential Harvest.


 

EF £13.00
    M219D NATO Medal for the Balkens Ribbon & Clasp "NON ARTICLE 5"
Area of Operations: The Balkans JOA is delineated as the political boundaries and airspace of Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Former Republic of Yugoslavia (including Kosovo), the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (1) and Albania, based on the detailed description contained in the Joint OPLAN 10501 (2).

 


 
EF £17.00
             
             
  M219E NATO Medal for Eagle Assist Ribbon & Clasp "ARTICLE 5"
Area of Operations: For U.S. Forces the qualifying period for the NATO Article 5 medal for Operation Eagle Assist is 30 continuous, or accumulated days inside the North American Airspace as tasked by the North American Aerospace Defense Command. Qualifying period for the 30 days required is between 12 October 2001, and 16 May 2002.



 

EF £17.00
    M219F NATO Medal for Active Endeavour Ribbon & Clasp "ARTICLE 5"
Area of Operations: Operation “ACTIVE ENDEAVOUR” is conducted in the international waters of the Mediterranean Sea, and Straits of Gibraltar (STROG), and in the airspace above it within the Area of Operation as detailed in OPLAN

 

 

EF £17.00
             
             
  M219H NATO Medal for Iraq with Clasp "NTM-IRAQ"
Area of Operation: The Joint Operations Area (JOA) includes Iraq and all neighbouring countries that have borders contiguous with Iraq and host elements of the force that provide direct support to NTIM-I and NTM- I

 

 

EF £17.00
 

 

  M219G NATO Medal for Afghanistan with Clasp "ISAF"
Area of Operation: The Afghanistan JOA is delineated as the political boundaries and airspace of International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) OPLAN 10302. The JOA includes Afghanistan and all neighbouring countries that have borders contiguous with Afghanistan where the force build up will be carried out and host elements of the force that provide direct support. Posts outside of the JOA are not eligible for the medal.

 

EF £17.00
             
             
  M219J NATO Medal with Clasp "AMIS"
Area of Operation:. The AMIS JOA is delineated as the political boundaries and airspace of Sudan and those support locations in the African countries detailed in the Strategic Military Mission Order for NATO Logistical Support to AMIS.

 

 

EF £17.00
    M219K NATO Medal for Pakistan with Clasp "PAKISTAN"
Area of Operation: NATO Support to Pakistan Earthquake Relief Operations
The qualifying period is thirty (30) days continuous or accumulated service between 8 October 2005 and 1 February 2006.

 

 

EF £17.00
             
             
  M219M NATO Medal for Meritorious Service with Clasp "MERITORIOUS"
Awarded for exceptional service to NATO.

 
EF £25.00

     
             
             

ESDP Medals (European Union)

  M297A ESDP with clasp " CONCORDIA "
Military operation CONCORDIA in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, from March 31 to December 15, 2003
 

EF £17.00
    M297B ESDP with clasp " ARTEMIS "
M
ilitary operation ARTEMIS in the Democratic Republic of Congo, from June 12 to September 1, 2003

EF £17.00
             
             
  M297C ESDP with clasp " EUPM "
Police mission EUPM in Bosnia,
The European Union Police Mission (EUPM) in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) started on 1 January 2003. It followed on from the UN's International Police Task Force.

EF £17.00
    M297D ESDP with clasp " ALTHEA "
Operations
in Bosnia-Herzegovina from December 2, 2004

 

EF £17.00
             
             
  M297G ESDP with clasp " EUFOR RD CONGO "
Following an official request by the DRC government, the EU decided to establish an EU advisory and assistance mission for security reform in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) ("EUSEC - R.D. CONGO" mission)
The mission provides advice and assistance to the Congolese authorities in charge of security while ensuring the promotion of policies that are compatible with human rights and international humanitarian law, democratic standards, principles of good public management, transparency and observance of the rule of law.

EF £17.00
    M297E ESDP with clasp (EU COPPS)
On 14 November 2005, the Council established an EU Police Mission in the Palestinian Territories under the European Security and Defence Policy. The operational phase started on 1 January 2006 and will have an initial duration of 3 years. The EU Police Mission for the Palestinian Territories, code-named EUPOL COPPS,
has a long term reform focus and provides enhanced support to the Palestinian Authority in establishing sustainable and effective policing arrangements.


EF £17.00
             
             
  M297K ESDP with clasp " EUPOL-AFG "
EUPOL Afghanistan helps Afghan police to train their leadership
The European Union Police mission in Afghanistan (EUPOL) and the international community are involved in the reform and training of the Afghan national police, and cooperate closely towards the transition of security responsibilities from international forces to the Afghans. EUPOL is now intensifying its work in this area by taking the lead on a project to train the leadership of the Afghan police in the Kabul staff College.

 


 

EF £17.00
    M297L ESDP with clasp (EUPOL COPPS)
Consolidating a strong Palestinian special police force
The Palestinian Special Police Force has successfully delivered a Tonfa training course to 37 new SPF recruits. The training was organised under the direction and supervision of the Head of the SPF Central Force in Ramallah. The training included a written test on the pedagogical and technical aspects of the Tonfa as well as with a practical exam on tactics learned.
On 14 November 2005, the Council established an EU Police Mission in the Palestinian Territories (EUPOL COPPS) under the EU Common Security and Defence Policy (CSDP). On 17 December 2010, the Council of the EU decided to extend the mission's mandate until 31 December 2011


EF £17.00
             
             
  M297M ESDP with clasp " EU NAVFOR ATALANTA"
On 5th March, an EU NAVFOR aircraft and the EU NAVFOR French warship FS NIVOSE disrupted a suspected pirate whaler off the Somali coast.  The whaler was suspected of leading a Pirate Action Group (PAG) at the time of the incident.On the morning of 4th March, a merchant vessel reported being chased by one skiff about 350 Nautical Miles south of Mogadishu.  In response, the EU NAVFOR warship FS NIVOSE was immediately ordered to locate and disrupt the suspected PAG responsible for the incident.  In addition, the EU NAVFOR Maritime Patrol Reconnaissance Aircraft (MPRA) which is supplied by Luxembourg and based in The Seychelles was also dispatched to join the hunt.  The aircraft located the suspected PAG, consisting of a whaler-type open boat, soon after and guided the FS NIVOSE to intercept.  There were no attack skiffs found in the vicinity of the whaler.

EF £17.00
    M297N ESDP with clasp " EUSEC  RD Congo" Following an official request by the DRC government, the EU decided to establish an EU advisory and assistance mission for security reform in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) ("EUSEC RD CONGO"). The mission was launched on 8 June 2005 and its mandate runs until 30 September 2012


 

 

EF £17.00
             
  M297J ESDP with clasp (EUBAM Rafar)
On 15 November 2005, Israel and the Palestinian Authority concluded an "Agreement on Movement and Access", including agreed principles for Rafah crossing (Gaza). On 21 November 2005, the Council of the EU welcomed the Agreement and agreed that the EU should undertake the Third Party role proposed in the Agreement. It therefore decided to launch the EU Border Assistance Mission at Rafah crossing point, code-named EU BAM Rafah, to monitor the operations of this border crossing point. The operational phase of the Mission began on 30 November 2005 and will have a duration of 12 months


EF £17.00
    M297P ESDP with clasp (EUFOR TCHAD/RCA)
20.3.2009 - Medal Parade at the OHQ

On 20 March 2009 in Mont Valérien, the last medal parade for the members of the OHQ took place. The ceremony was attended by General Henri Bentégeat - President of the European Union Military Committee, Vice-Admiral Teule - Deputy Operation Commander in the Armed Forces Headquarters, and the military representatives of 26 European Union member states.
 


 
EF £17.00
             
             
  M298 Western European Union Mission Service Medal (Continental)
WEU with clasp (EX-YOUGOSLAVIE)

 

 

EF £17.00
SOLD
    M297H
ESDP without clasp (Headquarters)
 

 

 

EF £12.00


 

Note!!

Police mission PROXIMA in the former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia from December 15, 2003,