South Atlantic Medal with Rosette

South Atlantic Medal with Rosette

The South Atlantic Medal was introduced to recognise service during the Falklands conflict, the date period being April 2nd to July 12th 1982.

No clasps were issued with the medal but a rosette was used to indicate a person's presence in the immediate Falklands area.

Personnel who have been awarded this decoration


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