PATRON: Lieutenant General F J Hickling AO CSC
Australian Order of Precedence of Honours and Awards
The Medals pages are intended as a guide only. Please post medal queries at the Medal & Awards Discussion Board located at the Forum.
Governor-General declares change to existing order of precedence [Commonwealth of Australia Gazette No S17 15/01/93] for Australian Service Medal [ASM] 1945-1975 and Civilian Service Medal [CSM] 1939-1945.
The Champion Shots Medal : Click Here for Further Details
Medal Application Details
Application forms for new (or replacement medals) are available in Adobe PDF Format at the Australian Defence Force site. To access these forms and the statutory declaration required in relation to lost medals, please click here.
In March of 2003, the Directorate of Honours and Awards collocated it's several medal sections together at Tuggeranong, a regional commercial/business centre in Canberra.
Following the move to Tuggeranong, the Directorate has undertaken a number of initiatives to improve the system of processing medals applications.
One such initiative is to use the facilities of the defence service centre at Cooma, NSW to receive, register and acknowledge mail for the directorate.
Navy, Army, Air Force :
DIRECTORATE OF HONOURS AND AWARDS
LOCKED BAG 2003
COOMA NSW 2630
Merchant Navy :
Chief Mercantile Marine Officer
Department of Transport
PO Box 596
CIVIC SQUARE ACT 2608
British service persons with service pre 1920 write to:
Army Medal Office MOD(GS)
Records "Z" Section
ENGLAND UB3 IRF
This is a handy link to the UK MOD medals office: United Kingdom - MOD Medals Office
British service persons with service 1920 - 2001 write to:
Armed Forces Personnel Administration Agency
(Joint Personnel Administration Centre)
MOD Medal Office
Royal Air Force Innsworth
The MOD Medal Office enquiry line is:
Tel: 01452 712612 ext 8149
Medal Queries: please post your questions at the Medal & Awards Discussion Board located at the Forum.
The information contained in the medal descriptions has been gathered from a variety of sources both across the web, from print, and from oral submissions. It is updated as new information comes to hand.
If you are seeking an off-line source of medal information, ASAC Australia highly recommends the following book:
Williams R. D. 1981 1983 1990 Medals To Australia. Pocket Book Publications, Dubbo, Australia
All medal and ribbon images displayed on the ASAC Australia website have been digitally rendered.
Reproduction without prior written consent is prohibited.