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An oak leaf is the leaf of an oak.
Oak leaf may also refer to:
- Oak leaf cluster, a U.S. military decoration
- A bronze oak leaf device is also used to signify a Mention in Despatches or the award of the Queen's Commendation for Valuable Service in Commonwealth militaries
- Additional distinction of Oak Leaves (mit Eichenlaub) was awarded to holders of some German awards (including 883 recipients of the Knight's Cross of the German Iron Cross during the Second World War), including awards made by German States up to the end of the First World War.
- The rank insignia of Major (United States) and Lieutenant Colonel (United States), as well as Lieutenant Commander (United States) and Commander (United States) are oak leaves with the leaf being colored gold for an O-4 and silver for an O-5.
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