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  • '''Military awards''' recognize achievement in or for [[military]] service. Most often, they Awards can be individual, or for units. Some may only be worn in designated unifo
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  • {{r|Campaign award}} {{r|United States military award additional insignia}}
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  • {{r|Military award}}
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  • '''Military awards''' recognize achievement in or for [[military]] service. Most often, they Awards can be individual, or for units. Some may only be worn in designated unifo
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  • Highest German [[military valor award]] through WWI; no direct replacement under the Nazis
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  • ...y, the '''pyramid of honor''' designates the relative status of [[military award]]s. ''Italics'' indicate awards that are for bravery not against an enemy.
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  • ...ted by the national government and are tasked with that nation's defense. "Militaries" are generally divided into different branches of a specific type of serv ...nt general]], although the fully mobilized IDF is one of the most powerful militaries in the world.
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  • The third-highest (in its [[Pyramid of Honor]]) [[military award]] the United States grants for valor, which must take place in combat
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  • {{r|Military award}}
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  • {{r|Military award}}
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  • ==Awards== *[[Distinguished Service Cross]], two awards
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  • ==Awards== His military decorations and awards include the Defense Distinguished Service Medal, Distinguished Service Med
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  • Militaries use the term '''killed in action''' ('''KIA''') as a casualty classificat == Military Awards ==
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  • {{r|Military award}}
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  • ...the 12th century, Manuel I Komnenos made it a separate title, the highest "awarded" title after the emperor. The first such despotēs was actually a foreign ...ded to a few high-ranking and distinguished officials, and was only rarely awarded to foreigners. Justinian II named Tervel, khan of the Bulgars, kaisar in
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  • ==Early career, education, awards== Her awards and decorations include: the Distinguished Service Medal with Oak Leaf Clu
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  • ...s show that the awardee was not only in the region covered by the campaign award, but participated in combat
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  • ...rded four medals for his military service, although he claims to have been awarded twenty six. He claims to have met with members of the [[Blackfoot]] India
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  • ...te Meritorious and Superior Honor Awards, Director of Central Intelligence Award, Canadian Meritorious Service Cross, Czech Republic Meritorious Cross, Hung
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  • ==Awards== *1996 Emmy Award from The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences for coverage of
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  • ...976–1983 military dictatorship]] to produce the [[Academy Awards|Academy Award]] winner ''[[The Official Story]]'' in 1985. The [[Argentine economic crisi
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  • ...n National Security Strategy from the National War College. His military awards and decorations include the Distinguished Superior Service Medal and the L
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  • ...)|Michael Collins]] remained in orbit in the Command Module. Armstrong was awarded the [[Presidential Medal of Freedom]] by President [[Richard Nixon]] alon ...merica]] with its [[Distinguished Eagle Scout Award]] and [[Silver Buffalo Award]].<ref name="desalista">{{cite web |url= http://www.scouting.org/filestore/
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  • Onslow Beach has been the site of many militarily important training exercises. It helped train men to take [[Guadalcanal]] ...ly managed to allow its continued military usages.<ref>"Endangered Species Award Nomination, Natural Resources, Large Installation, Marine Corps Base Camp L
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  • ...urt]], [[Grevilliers]] and [[Bullecourt]], in February to May 1917, he was awarded the [[Military Cross]].
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  • ...2009 recipient of the Naval War College Distinguished Graduate Leadership Award for his strategic leadership and insight
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  • ...gave the Guardian the 2008 "Most Questionable Terror Links: The Guardian" award for providing a link to [[Hamas]]'s military wing, somehow "legitimizing" i
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  • ...gave the Guardian the 2008 "Most Questionable Terror Links: The Guardian" award for providing a link to [[Hamas]]'s military wing, somehow "legitimizing" i
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  • ...lly significant international achievement. He was the first American to be awarded the [[Nobel Prize]], winning the Peace Prize in 1906, for negotiating the ...ef>Brands ch 13</ref> He was the only President of the United States to be awarded with America's highest military honor, and the only person in history to
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  • ...as on was also attacked by Japanese fighter-planes but survived. MacArthur awarded LBJ the [[Silver Star]], the military's third-highest medal, for his acti Johnson was awarded the [[Presidential Medal of Freedom]] posthumously in 1980.
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  • ...ked as a Senior Fellow at the Center for a New American Security. He was awarded the Combat Action Badge by General [[James Mattis]] of the United States ...mand and General Staff College]], where he received the George C. Marshall Award as the top graduate.
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  • ...ctory over [[National Socialism|Nazi]] Germany in [[World War II]]. He was awarded a [[Nobel Prize]] in Literature as a military historian for his account o
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  • ...arently for political or morale reasons, as to [[Douglas MacArthur]]; such awards have been much criticized. ...e Cross]] for comparable valor in a noncombat situation. While some Soviet awards of the [[Hero of the Soviet Union]] medals were political, legitimate mili
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  • ...ack]]s and, in May of 2006, Chambliss was honored with the CIA Director's Award by the Director of Central Intelligence.
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  • ...jax (mythology)|Ajax]] commits suicide because of [[shame]] that he wasn't awarded the [[shield]] of [[Achilles]]. [[Romeo and Juliet]] involves double sui
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  • ...]] who received the [[American Conservative Union]]’s 2002 Ronald Reagan Award, she has referred to President [[Barack Obama]]'s policy of permitting gays
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  • ...distinguish between the individual ''contrade,'' and a [[silk]] banner is awarded to the overall winner.
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  • ...mnesty International]] International Media Award, and the 2010 [[Sam Adams Award]]. This is the work for which [[Amnesty International]] gave them an award.
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  • ...ll Street Journal for 17 years before that. He has been part of two teams awarded the Pulitzer Prize, one at the Wall Street Journal, in 2000, for changes
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  • | title = 2008 Distinguished Graduate Award: LTG Dell L. Dailey '71
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  • ...f Engineering Guindy, Madras (initially located at Chepauk campus). He was awarded the University Gold Medal in the Civil Engineering discipline. On account ...nd he was promoted to the position of Superintending Engineer, he was then awarded the Rao Bahadur by the Government of India in recognition of his service,
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  • ...arned the [[Silver Star]], the [[Legion of Merit]] with Combat "V" and two awards of the [[Bronze Star Medal]] with Combat "V". ...Pendleton, Calif., in May 1971. During his second tour in Vietnam, he was awarded a second Legion of Merit with Combat "V".
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  • ...y Press (2004); winner of the [[Council on Foreign Relations]] Arthur Ross Award Silver Medal for 2005.
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  • ...thirty-two other books, and entries in six reference works. He is also an award-winning designer of board strategy games for many publishers. Prados is a c
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  • ...e received the Secretary of the Navy/Navy League Captain Winifred Collins award, given for outstanding leadership to one female officer each year.
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  • ...'' by [[Sarah Flannery]] (with David Flannery). Popular account of Sarah's award-winning project on public-key cryptography, co-written with her father.
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  • ...evelation Urban Development Institute. Congresswoman Jackson Lee was also awarded the "Legislator of the Year" by the [[National Mental Health Association] ...and Engineers honored the Congresswoman with its Top Women in the Sciences Award.
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  • ...ng 98 enemy troops before being he died. In 2002, Salomon was posthmously awarded the [[Medal of Honor]]. The eventual award of the Medal of Honor involved considerable conflict with the [[Geneva Conv
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  • ...itional features to recognize special heroism. The only Knights Cross ever awarded with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds went to Stuka pilot Hans-Ulrich Rude
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  • ...ng existing institutions. Voluntary agreements under which land tenure was awarded in return for an oath of service to a lord were developed by the Normans
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  • ...s Bay Company]] (HBC), which bears its name to this day. The British crown awarded a trading monopoly on the Hudson Bay watershed, called Rupert's Land, to
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  • ...the [[Defense Intelligence Agency]] (DIA). For his service in DIA, he was awarded the “Presidential Rank of Distinguished Executive.” This is the equiv
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  • ...anding Unit Award]]s and earned six battle streamers. The 1876th was also awarded the Republic of Vietnam [[Gallantry Cross (Vietnam)|Cross of Gallantry wi == Awards and decorations ==
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  • General Keane's Army awards and decorations include: two Defense Distinguished Service Medals, two Arm
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  • ...Catholic heads of state as the highest order of chivalry the Holy See can award.
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  • ...tional Security Affairs]] from 1993-94, earning the highest public service awards of the Department of Defense for his roles in designing a NATO-centered po
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  • ...g as a Research Fellow at the Iberoamerican University. In 2002, Doyle was awarded the Iberoamerican University's annual "Right to Information Prize." ...a number of books and conference proceedings, and has received grants and awards from the Harry S. Truman Library Institute, the Harvard MacArthur Fellowsh
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  • Foxman said the awarding, by President [[Barack Obama]], 2009 Presidential Medal of Freedom to [[
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  • ...ard for his unit. Subsequently, he agreed he did not receive an individual award, and said "Most importantly, I wasn't thinking. This was a carelessness tha
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  • ...onal Guard duties, or conversely that Kerry did not earn the medals he was awarded in Vietnam.<ref>D. Michael Shafer, ''The Vietnam-Era Draft'' in Shafer, e
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  • ...she was elected to the Burmese Parliament. She is the recipient of several awards, including the [[Nobel Peace Prize]]; she used the $1.3 million prize mone
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  • ...short time. Indeed, Hitler's last public act, on his 56th birthday, was to award a group of 12-year old boys from the Hitler Youth with the Iron Cross. The
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  • .... This division was commended for its high standard in 1940, and Vlasov is awarded the [[Order of Lenin]] for his efforts. While critical of Vlasov's later ...s called in to assist in the [[Defense of Moscow]]. As a result, Vlasov is awarded the [[Order of the Red Banner]] and the rank of Lieutenant General, and h
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  • ...Gabaldon is dead, there are petition drives to have the [[Medal of Honor]] awarded posthumously.<ref name=Reuters>{{citation ...hat could not have been ordered. There are a number of cases where wartime awards, not issued (e.g., [[Ben Salomon]]) or issued at a lower level than seems,
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  • ...strong, however, forcing FDR to find new ways to assist Britain and France militarily. The great majority of Americans opposed Japan and agreed with FDR's effo ...y 1973, for which he and chief North Vietnamese negotiator Le Duc Tho were awarded the 1973 Nobel Peace Prize.
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  • ...on to full colonel<ref>Thompson retired at the rank of full colonel, which awarded him half-pay for the rest of his life after only serving in the British a ...ls reward inventors for discoveries in heating and lighting, and are still awarded today. His time in London also afforded him a reunion with his daughter,
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  • ...secutive winner of the Radio & Records National Talk Show Host of The Year Award (‘03, ’04, ‘05).
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  • ===Distinguished Book Awards===
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  • ...ialized countries other than during major wars. The rank is sometimes self-awarded by dictators of small countries. Some countries use the simple '''marshal
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  • Cordesman has been awarded the Department of Defense Distinguished Service Medal.
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  • ...2001. He won three Pulitzer Prizes (1942, 1954, 1979) and numerous other awards.
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  • ...hip and fellowships from the American Institute for Yemeni Studies and was awarded the David R. Schweisberg Memorial Scholarship from the Overseas Press Clu
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  • ==Awards== His personal awards and decorations include the Defense Superior Service Medal (Two Oak Leaf C
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  • ====Decorations and Awards==== ...ice members are publicly recognized for their heroism with the appropriate award.
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  • ...ard. During World War II, he served in Army intelligence in Europe and was awarded the Bronze Star.After serving in the U.S. Army in the [[Second World War]
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  • ...his LL.M. from the [[University of Virginia]] in 1986. Bridgewater College awarded him an honorary [[LL.D.]] in 1988. His service to the federal judiciary i
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  • ...Medal, and three times been awarded the State Department's Superior Honor Award. In October 2008, Esquire magazine named her one of the most influential p
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  • ...ngressional Gold Medal]] on August 26, 1982, which is the highest civilian award that can be issued by the [[United States Congress]].<ref>{{cite web {{Image|Louis_medal.jpeg|left|150px|Joe Louis' Congressional Gold Medal, awarded 8/26/82, created by the United States Mint}}
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  • ...ngressional Gold Medal]] on August 26, 1982, which is the highest civilian award that can be issued by the [[United States Congress]].<ref>{{cite web {{Image|Louis_medal.jpeg|left|150px|Joe Louis' Congressional Gold Medal, awarded 8/26/82, created by the United States Mint}}
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  • ...ironmental Award and the Alabama Farmers Federation Service to Agriculture Award. He has been a long supporter of gun owners’ rights, and has received awards from the [[National Rifle Association]]. He signed a Friend of the Court
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  • ...ovo]] was recognized with the 1999 Foreign Press Club and Sigma Delta Chi awards, together with other members of the NPR team. She reported from other conf
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  • ...also the patron of many organisations, including [[The Duke of Edinburgh's Award]] and the [[World Wide Fund for Nature]], and only retired as [[Chancellor ...lso patron of many organisations. He established [[The Duke of Edinburgh's Award]] in 1956 to give young people "a sense of responsibility to themselves and
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  • ...battleship bombarded Tinian and Guam in the Mariana Islands. Zacharias was awarded a Gold Star in lieu of conferral of a second Legion of Merit for his outs ...efense of the home islands. Despite his abrupt reassignment, Zacharias was awarded another Gold Star in lieu of a third Legion of Merit for his Japanese bro
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  • ...g fuel to allied forces overseas in the Pacific (during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal). She was returned to the Maritime Com
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  • ...ational Commission of Jurists reported that in September 2008, he had been awarded damages of 3 million kroner (USD $450,000), but was concerned that "Swede
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  • ...or college yearbooks as well as other collegiate media outlets. To win the award is often considered to be the collegiate equivalent to winning a [[Pulitzer ...estions, a large number of personal and group photos and collages, quotes, awards, and humorous light-hearted entertainment. There is rarely coverage of aca
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  • ...n of Texas began in 1821 under the leadership of [[Moses Austin]], who was awarded a permit by Spanish authorities at San Antonio to settle 300 families in
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  • ...}</ref> and in 1990 he was presented [[Bouchercon]]'s Lifetime Achievement Award.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.bouchercon.info/history.html |title=History
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  • He participated in [[Operation URGENT FURY]] in Grenada for which he was awarded a [[Bronze Star]].
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  • ...st of the War supporting allied forces overseas (during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal), until returned to the Maritime Commi
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  • ...ing]] considered court-martialing Gallery, but relented and authorized the award of a [[Distinguished Service Medal]] with a classified citation.
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  • government awarding reparations to family members of those killed or disappeared." <ref name
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  • ...e phrase "''to the victor go the spoils''." It is opposed to a system of awarding offices on the bass of some measure of merit independent of political ac
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  • ...Energy, the [[Fermi Award]]. A year later, Oppenheimer received the same award. Teller, who was invited to attend the 1963 ceremony, went up to Oppenheim ==Awards==
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  • ...rting fuel to our allies in the western Pacific, during which time she was awarded the National Defense Service Medal. She continued in these duties until 2
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  • ...ic]][[s]] that also follow the practice. Modern knighthoods are typically awarded in recognition for services rendered to society, services which are no lo
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  • ...joint task force seven out of the nine months in the period of time of the award. ...my leaving Guantanamo was on a part of a plan to join the two task forc
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  • ...elow that, the "S" organization reports to the commanding officer. Several militaries, including those of Russia and the U.S., had assistants that coordinated ...sonnel in the unit, replacing or augmenting manpower, individual training, awards and decorations, etc.
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  • ...l to Allied forces in the western Pacific (during which time she was twice awarded the Navy Battle "E" Ribbon as well as the National Defense Service Medal)
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  • ...anted, a better version of it can be recreated later at [[Template:Infobox Award]]. {{Infobox award
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  • ...s'', 584 F.Supp. 1406 (N.D. Cal., 1984)</ref> Then, in 1998, Korematsu was awarded the [[Presidential Medal of Freedom]]. At the White House ceremony, Presi
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  • ...rmany and the Austro-Hungarian Empire would control the European continent militarily and economically. The United States refused to become involved in any way ...and for revenge was strong and Italy rejected all peace talk unless it was awarded the [[South Tyrol]] region of Austria. Therefore no compromise settlement
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  • ...e was wounded but continued command until the enemy was defeated. The ARVN awarded him their highest decoration and a battlefield promotion to [[major gener
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  • ...endly Medal. The American Philosophical Society, of which she is a member, awarded her its 2005 Henry Allen Moe Prize for writing in the humanities and juri ...ic contribution to our understanding of politics,” the Goldsmith Career Award for Excellence in Journalism from Harvard University’s Kennedy School (20
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  • ...evements of naturalized U.S. citizens. The 'Outstanding American by Choice Award' was created by the USCIS to recognize the outstanding achievements of natu | title = 'Outstanding American by Choice Award' Announced by the United States Citizenship
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  • ...xecutive Jet. For this project Stork received the 2005 "Aerospace Industry Award" in the "Air Transport" category from Flight International magazine . ...in JSF (Joint Strike Fighter). In 2005 Stork Aerospace receives the Flight award for the successful re-marketing programs of the Fokker Aircraft. The Future
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  • At the tactical force protection levels, Thales was awarded a contract to build SAEC (Station d'Appui Electronique de Contact) force | accessdate = 2007-10-18 }}</ref>. The contract was awarded in 2004 and initial operational capability is expected by 2007.
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  • ...975-1977). In 1977, Mr. Rumsfeld was awarded the nation's highest civilian award, the Presidential Medal of Freedom. ...rldwide pharmaceutical company. The successful turnaround there earned him awards as the Outstanding Chief Executive Officer in the Pharmaceutical Industry
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  • ...ntlworld.com/jksonc/docs/filartiga-630F2d876.html}}</ref> "made history by awarding the first criminal damages against a torturer (a Paraguayan police agent ...task force to intimidate Goulart's backers and be in position to intervene militarily if fighting became protracted."
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  • ==Awards== ...lassics at Stanford University (1991-92), a recipient of the Eric Breindel Award for opinion journalism (2002), an Alexander Onassis Fellow (2001), and was
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  • ...is the recipient of Pakistan's first National Peace Prize. She was jointly awarded the 2014 [[Nobel Peace Prize]] with [[Kailash Satyarthi‎‎]], and is t ...rl=http://www.thenews.com.pk/article-29002-Malala-Yousafzai-receives-Peace-Award|publisher=The News International|accessdate=14 October 2013}}</ref> In her
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  • The following year Borges was awarded the National Prize for Literature from the [[University of Cuyo]], and th ...Writers of America. [http://mysterywriters.org/edgarsDB/edgarDB.php Edgar Award Database]. Retrieved 24 September 2007.</ref>
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  • ...ing to [[Edwin Reischauer]], "To be neutral you must be ready to be highly militarized, like Switzerland or Sweden." – ''see'' Chapin, Emerson. [http://query ...the subject, launched by an [[Group for a Switzerland without an Army|anti-militarist group]], was held on 26 November 1989. It was defeated with about two thi
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  • ...) to Roman Catholicism, in order to facilitate colonization of these lands awarded to Spain by the Catholic Church, including that region known as [[Califor
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  • ...008. During this period there was an improvement in the number of A grades awarded from 15.7% of entries in 1997 to 25.9% of entries in 2008. There was also
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  • ...''CSS Alabama'' built in Britain prolonged war, says US; demands damages; awarded $15,500,000 by international tribunal. ...(the "[[League of Nations]]) that can resolve disputes and even intervene militarily.
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  • ...], he pioneered the era of [[weapons of mass destruction]]. When Haber was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1918 for his work on nitrogen, it was ov
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  • ...], he pioneered the era of [[weapons of mass destruction]]. When Haber was awarded the Nobel Prize for Chemistry in 1918 for his work on nitrogen, it was ov
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  • ...a wooden-framed [[Schütte-Lanz]] [[Schütte-Lanz#SL11|SL11]]). He too was awarded a [[Victoria Cross]]. Early in the morning of [[September 24]], 1916, an
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  • ...hnical Excellence from ''PC Magazine'', and the Best Action Adventure Game award by the [[Academy of Interactive Arts & Sciences]]. ''PC Gamer'' named it th
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  • ...r actions near [[Mortain]] and near [[Les Goths]], [[France]]. He was also award two [[Bronze Star]]s, and four [[Purple Heart]] Medals for wounds received
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  • ...e reconnaissance. He twice received the Sherman Kent Award, the CIA's top award for outstanding contributions to intelligence. However, he remains most pr
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  • ...er the [[Convention on the Recognition and Enforcement of Foreign Arbitral Awards|New York Convention 1958]].
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  • ...y high morale and outstanding performance, and at one time, she held every award available to a ship of her type. She became the first [[U.S. Atlantic Fleet ...nals. As a result of this operation, the ''Rankin'' and her personnel were awarded the [[Navy Unit Commendation]] by the [[Secretary of the Navy]].
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  • ...e received the United States State Department Distinguished Public Service Award. ...Europe and [[NATO]], in an "Asian century", as challenged by a vision of "militaries as suited for peacekeeping and other non-combat related duties. And yet b
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  • ...said: "The newspaper had too little evidence to assert that Prof Clark was awarded the Order of Lenin - rather there is much evidence to the contrary. That ...e in 1974 and the New South Wales Premier's Literary Award in 1979. He was awarded honorary doctorates by the University of Melbourne, Newcastle University
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  • ...oper triumph was reserved for the emperor and his family. If a general was awarded a triumph by the emperor, he would march with a token number of his troop ...ers of the Imperial family were awarded with triumphs. Other citizens were awarded with ''Ornamenta triumphalia'' (triumphal regalia), so that the Imperial
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  • ...d a dispute arose between them over who should have his arms. Odysseus was awarded them, and Ajax killed himself. Odysseus then brought Achilles' son Neopto
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