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Awards & Medals Records
The official transcript of Awards & Medals maintained using MyWCC.

Great Honors
The members, past and present who have been awarded the highest decorations in the Corps.


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Wearing/Displaying of Medals:


It has been noticed that most medals, especially on office pages, are rather haphazard. As of now this will change. There is already an unwritten rule of how to arrange the medals on the page; this is now the formal WRITTEN rules. These rules are to be followed in order to maintain uniformity in all pages among medals.

- Medals are to be worn in descending order of importance. This means you start with the most important medal as per below, then to the right of it goes the next most important. The farthest right, and in the case of multiple rows, bottom right, will be the least important medal (Not to imply that any medal or award is not important however).

- Rows of medals are to consist of no MORE than five (5) medals. Less is fine in cases where two rows exist.

- In cases where two rows are needed, the bottom row shall be filled to capacity (5) then another row is to be started above it, containing the highest awards, then descending again left to right.

- The top row is to be centered on the bottom row.

For examples, the medals records page *should* be up to standard on such things. If not, it is close.

The WCC Medal is now ABOVE the Gallantry and Valor medals, as it is and should be the highest award any WCC member can receive. As well, all NCOC medals have been amalgamated into one. Positions do not get medals, nor will specific courses get higher medals than others.

To view the full list of medals, please see the Awards Regulations.

Official Medal Order









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