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  1. #391
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    Quote Originally Posted by Schuultz View Post
    Is there even some way to display one's medals? How do you even know you got it?
    I went to the "Awards" thread and copied and pasted my medal to my signature. That worked for me so far.
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    Same here, though for the first one I got a PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Sandworm View Post
    Remember only Sergeant Major's and above may make recommendations for medals

    Please recommend in the following way.

    1. Please list the Name of the Person you are recommending.
    2. Which Medal.
    3. Why you are recommending they recieve one.
    4. If applicable please list location of action.

    EXAMPLE

    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Sandworm View Post
    1. ww2admin
    2. Outstanding Site Service Medal
    3. The outstanding work that he has done for the site/forum.
    4. Everywhere
    I hope to get this started again and do some awards here soon!

    Each recommendation should be seconded. We will see what kind of interest this draws.

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    I recommend Schuultz
    All around good posting medal
    Good posts on a variety of subjects
    Everywhere.
    Who among you Heroes will second?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    I recommend Schuultz
    All around good posting medal
    Good posts on a variety of subjects
    Everywhere.
    Who among you Heroes will second?
    Me.

    Uyraell has put up a lot of knowledgeable posts and behaved himself well at all times. He deserves some sort of award, maybe good posting.
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    A rational army would run away.
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    Certainly seconded, for the all-around good posting medal. Uyraell provides a positive influence in his posts.
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    ^Thirded.

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    Churchill and 32 Bravo are long overdue for recognition for good posting and good conduct, although 32 Bravo isn't posting much lately, which isn't necessarily the same as him not being around.

    Maybe we could institute posthumous awards for the likes of 32 Bravo.
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    Seconded, we can add the Cob Web ribbon for 32 Bravo.
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    Nam Vet, and Von Weyer have been around for awhile, how about a good conduct for them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by tankgeezer View Post
    Nam Vet, and Von Weyer have been around for awhile, how about a good conduct for them?
    Fine with me. Seconded.
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    This recommendation by me may cause surprise and consternation in some quarters, probably not least in PK, but Panzerknacker has been a longstanding and valuable contributor. He has a fair few medals already, but his continuing service should be recognised by another one, or perhaps a bar to an existing one.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rising Sun* View Post
    This recommendation by me may cause surprise and consternation in some quarters, probably not least in PK, but Panzerknacker has been a longstanding and valuable contributor. He has a fair few medals already, but his continuing service should be recognised by another one, or perhaps a bar to an existing one.
    I agree ...... I was glad to see he is still around. Although I may have not always agreed with him ..... he IMO is an invaluable member on this forum.

    I will recommend him in the following way (hint hint)

    1. Panzerknacker
    2. Outstanding Site Service Medal
    3. The many posts and threads, the excellent info, the work as a mod and the ability to keep things interesting in a variety of areas.
    4. If applicable please list location of action.

    Second?


    Also im glad to see the level of interest in the awards ..... lets see if there are more and then we will get working on awarding them.
    Last edited by Gen. Sandworm; 07-29-2010 at 08:28 AM. Reason: Post Script

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gen. Sandworm View Post
    I agree ...... I was glad to see he is still around. Although I may have not always agreed with him ..... he IMO is an invaluable member on this forum.

    I will recommend him in the following way (hint hint)

    1. Panzerknacker
    2. Outstanding Site Service Medal
    3. The many posts and threads, the excellent info, the work as a mod and the ability to keep things interesting in a variety of areas.
    4. If applicable please list location of action.

    Second?
    Seconded.
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    A rational army would run away.
    Montesquieu

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    Seconded.(?)
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