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Accumulated Campaign Service Medal Full Size

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Accumulated Campaign Service Medal Full Size

Instituted: January 1994.

Branch of Service: All branches of the armed services.

Ribbon: Purple and green with a gold stripe.

Original Metal: Silver.

Size: 36mm.

Description: (Obverse) crowned effigy of Queen Elizabeth; (reverse) the inscription FOR ACCUMULATED CAMPAIGN SERVICE set within a four-part ribbon surrounded by a branch of oak leaves with laurel and olive leaves woven through the motto ribbon.

  • Clasp denotes further periods of 36 months accumulated campaign service
  • A silver rosette is worn on the ribbon alone.
  • Mention in Despatches (MiD) single silver oak leaf
  • Queen’s Commendation for Bravery (QCB) Silver spray of laurel leaves
  • Queen’s Commendation for Bravery in the Air (QCBA) Silver eagle
  • Queen’s Commendation for Valuable Service (QCVS) Silver spray of oak leaves
Can be engraved with recipient details.

Additional information


The Accumulated Campaign Service Medal was awarded for aggregated service since August 14, 1969 in those theatres of operations where the General Service Medal (GSM) 1962 with clasp was awarded. The GSM has subsequently been replaced by the Operational Service Medal (OSM). The following medals count towards the award: Iraq Medal, GSM 1962–2007 with the clasps for Northern Ireland, Dhofar, Lebanon, Mine Clearance–Gulf of Suez, Gulf, Kuwait, Northern Iraq and Southern Turkey, Air Operations Iraq; the Operational Service Medal awarded since 2000 for Sierra Leone, Afghanistan and the Democratic Republic of Congo. Further periods of 36 months accumulated campaign service are denoted by a clasp, indicated as a silver rosette when the ribbon alone is worn. A gilt rosette is worn on the ribbon alone to denote the award of four silver clasps. A further gilt rosette was awarded for a further three silver clasps and a third gilt rosette for another two silver clasps. Service on UN, NATO EC or EU missions is not allowed to count towards the qualifying service. This was the first British medal put out to competitive tendering, a contract won by the Royal Mint. As such, the medal is not only silver but hallmarked (believed to be the first medal, although hallmarking is a feature of certain decorations and orders). In July 2011 the medal was superceded by the Accumulated Campaign Service Medal 2011.


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