Anti-Dissidence Campaign Medal


Anti-Dissidence Campaign Medal

Infobox Military Award
name=Anti-Dissidence Campaign Medal


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awarded_by=the Republic of the Philippines
type=Medal
eligibility=Military Personnel
for=support and participation in Anti-Dissidence Campaigns, Law enforcement, and Disaster Relief.
campaign=
status=Currently Awarded
description=The medal is circular in form with a star superimposed at the center. Three stars are placed at the lower portion of the medal and written in the upper portion is the phrase "Anti-Dissidence Campaign".

The service ribbon is tinctured with red enamel with three blue stripes, one stripe in the center and the other two at each extreme. A small battle star shall be affixed to the campaign ribbon for personnel's participation in each major battle engagement and announced in General Orders for his entitled to an additional award.

The red color stands for bravery and courage in the face of an armed enemy while the blue stands for nobility and integrity in the performance of duty during the campaign.
clasps=
established=1986
first_award=1946
last_award=Ongoing
total=
posthumous=
recipients=
individual=
higher=United Nations Campaign Medal
same=Luzon Anti-Dissidence Campaign Medal,Visayas Anti-Dissidence Campaign Medal,Mindanao Anti-Dissidence Campaign Medal
lower=Disaster Relief & Rehabilitation Operations Ribbon
related=


caption2=Service Ribbon
This is awarded to military personnel of the AFP by the Chief of Staff, AFP and Commanders of Major Services.

To earn this award, a military person must have participated in the anti-dissidence campaign and operations in any of the aforementioned areas of the Philippines between 30 June 1946 and terminal date to be designated later.


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