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View Poll Results: Should any member continue to wear his medals

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Thread: Wearing of real life medals

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    Default Wearing of real life medals

    OK, it all started as a bit of a joke and there have been a few heated comments on both sides of the argument. So, should I continue to wear my ribbons in my signature block or should I get rid of them?

    For those interested they are (from left to right): Op Telic (Iraq medal), General Service Medal 62 (Northern Ireland bar) and the Queens Golden Jubilee Medal.

    Strictly speaking the Telic medal should have a rosette attached.

    I can assure all members that I am entitled to wear all of the above.

    So, comments below please.

    Tubs

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    Tubbyboy I changed your poll for any member. Yes you should be allowed to wear your medal on this site but I hope you understand my difference to it. I thank you and all the other UK US and other members of the coalition fr what you did. Thank you.

    Sincerely,

    Gen Sandworm

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    i am sorry, i didnt know its your real medals
    so what are those medals mean?
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    FW-190 read Tubbyboy's post and you'll find some answers.

    Tubbyboy missed an opportunity to improve the site not posting his medals prior to Gen. Sandworm idea.

    I agree with Tubbyboy sig. He has this right.

    Edited for typo.
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    The poll needs a "don't care" option. Post what you like in the signature.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Crab_to_be View Post
    The poll needs a "don't care" option. Post what you like in the signature.
    Yeah I know why does it matter.
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    Locking this thread down as well:

    It is perfectly fine to wear medals or honors you recieved in the military. It is advisable to make the distinction between those and the site medals, however, it is not required. I feel it would be insulting to post medals that you did not actually earn. As we can not easily prove that issue .... I will say it is an infraction to wear site medals you did not earn. If we find you wearing medals your sig that you claim you earned but did not earn in real life ........this would be deemed offensive. It's insulting to those that have served and/or are now serving in the military. I hope this settles this issue. Please PM the staff if you have any questions. Thanks

    101st Airborne

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    So..... who voted no, and why?

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    I voted no,because showing medals without a reference,will make no diference with site medals,so,if you wear real life medal,i think you should put first in the sign: THIS ARENīT SITE MEDALS,you did good because you have that in your sign,but if some user donīt put that,they will make the site confusive.

    if no,why donīt we choose all medals and done

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    To be honest, despite the poll supporting my decision to put ribbons up, I am thinking of removing them.

    They make me feel slightly waltish, especially when I consider there are more than a few ex-inf types on here that would have to put double (or more) rows up!

    My paltry 3 aren't exactly the mark of a seasoned British soldier....

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    no man.donīt remove your medals,you earned them,and they can make confusion (at my point of view) but i know you must be proud of them,so,keep them in the sign (ORDERS FROM A MODERATOR!!!)

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    Just to be picky Tubbyboy the GSM should read GSM 62, it had a number of bars NI was only one. I have only ever come across someone with more than one (3) but he came from the regiment. I only have three.
    The \'eathen

    The \'eathen in \'is blindness bows down to wood an\' stone;
    \'E don\'t obey no orders unless they is \'is own;
    \'E keeps \'is side-arms awful: \'e leaves \'em all about,
    An\' then comes up the regiment an\' pokes the \'eathen out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2nd of foot
    Just to be picky Tubbyboy the GSM should read GSM 62, it had a number of bars NI was only one. I have only ever come across someone with more than one (3) but he came from the regiment. I only have three.
    Yessir, I will edit my post accordingly sir.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tubbyboy
    Quote Originally Posted by 2nd of foot
    Just to be picky Tubbyboy the GSM should read GSM 62, it had a number of bars NI was only one. I have only ever come across someone with more than one (3) but he came from the regiment. I only have three.
    Yessir, I will edit my post accordingly sir.
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    The \'eathen

    The \'eathen in \'is blindness bows down to wood an\' stone;
    \'E don\'t obey no orders unless they is \'is own;
    \'E keeps \'is side-arms awful: \'e leaves \'em all about,
    An\' then comes up the regiment an\' pokes the \'eathen out.

    Rudyard Kipling

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    I think I can guess who the second no vote is from.....

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