Gold Cross of Zimbabwe
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|Gold Cross of Zimbabwe|
|Awarded for||Conspicuous Valour|
|Description||A metal cross with a four pointed star on it, and the traditional Zimbabwe bird symbol. The Words "FOR BRAVERY" appear around the bird, and it hangs from a red ribbon.|
Ribbon bar of the order
The Gold Cross of Zimbabwe is Zimbabwe's highest military decoration awarded for conspicuous valour by members of the Security Forces in combat.  It replaced the Grand Cross of Valour in October 1980.
- Danny Stannard
- Squadron Leader Earnest Matsambira
- Squadron Leader Ishmael Kadenga
- Group Captain Micheal Dhabha
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