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Service ribbons or ribbon bars are small ribbons mounted on small metal bars equipped with attaching devices, and are generally issued for wear in place of medals.<ref>US Army Regulation 600-8-22, 2006, P. 72&73, 6--2 Service ribbons, a.</ref> Each country's government has its own rules on what ribbons can be worn in what circumstances, and in which order. This is usually defined in an official document and is called "the order of precedence" and/or "the order of wearing". In some countries, (particularly the U.S.), some awards are "ribbon only", having no associated medal.


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Intro   Design    Construction    Display    Collecting   Notable examples   See also    References    External links   

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Service ribbons or ribbon bars are small ribbons mounted on small metal bars equipped with attaching devices, and are generally issued for wear in place of medals.<ref>US Army Regulation 600-8-22, 2006, P. 72&73, 6--2 Service ribbons, a.</ref> Each country's government has its own rules on what ribbons can be worn in what circumstances, and in which order. This is usually defined in an official document and is called "the order of precedence" and/or "the order of wearing". In some countries, (particularly the U.S.), some awards are "ribbon only", having no associated medal.


Service ribbon sections
Intro   Design    Construction    Display    Collecting   Notable examples   See also    References    External links   

PREVIOUS: IntroNEXT: Design
<<>>