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Instiftad år: 2004 Valör: Brons
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General Eligibility Criteria:

Personnel eligible for the award are those who are members of units or staffs as set out in the Joint Operations Area (JOA) Combined Joint Statement of Requirements taking part in NATO operations in Afghanistan in accordance with the qualifying conditions. Entitlement will be acquired by those forces under NATO command or control whilst in the JOA, and those deployed to the JOA under national command in support of the NATO operation.

Area of Operation: The Afghanistan JOA is delineated as the political boundaries and airspace of International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) OPLAN 10302. The JOA includes Afghanistan and all neighbouring countries that have borders contiguous with Afghanistan where the force build up will be carried out and host elements of the force that provide direct support. Posts outside of the JOA are not eligible for the medal.

Qualifying Service: The qualifying period in the Afghanistan JOA is thirty 30 days continuous or accumulated service from 1 June 2003 and a termination date, which will be notified in a supplementary document.

Aircrew: Aircrew will accumulate one day’s service for the first sortie flown of any day in the Area of Operations; additional sorties flown on the same day receive no further credit. This requirement exists for support as well as combat aircraft; support aircraft include tanker, airlift and surveillance platforms.


Uppladdad: 2010-02-24 06:32:35, av: PeO Sandberg.

Uppladdad: 2010-02-24 06:37:49, av: PeO Sandberg.

ISAF-medaljen med släpspänne i medaljask

Uppladdad: 2010-02-24 06:38:19, av: PeO Sandberg.


Uppladdad: 2010-02-24 06:39:18, av: PeO Sandberg.

ISAF-medalj på bröstet, där den ska vara

Uppladdad: 2010-03-25 20:18:06, av: Bjorn K. Klausen.

ISAF medaljer, klar til overækkelse. Camp Warehouse, Kabul 2005

Uppladdad: 2012-05-31 22:14:12, av: Richard Nyström.

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