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Revision as of 15:36, 6 October 2007

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The Territorial Efficiency Medal.

Other Ranks version of the Officer's Territorial Decoration.

Both the above replaced by the VRSM.


Medal

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Silver and circular in shape. The obverse of the medal shows the crowned effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse bears the image of an oak wreath surrounding the words ‘For Campaign Service’.

Clasp

13 different Clasps have been awarded with the GSM 1962. Award of Clasps to the GSM are not denoted by the wearing of an emblem when the ribbon alone is worn.

Ribbon

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A wide central purple stripe flanked by narrow green stripes.

Qualifying criteria

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Awarded for 30 days accumulated service in Northern Ireland from 14 August 1969 to a date to be decided.

About the GSM 1962

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Awards and Decorations Peculiar to the Reserve Forces

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