Israeli military decorations
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Its decorations consist of the Medal of Valor (the highest decoration in the IDF), the Medal of Courage, and the Medal of Distinguished Service. It also includes the Citations (Tzalash), which are awarded in four classes.
|Medal of Valor
The highest decoration
|Medal of Courage|
|Medal of Distinguished Service|
|Chief Of Staff (Ramatkal) Citation|
|Head of Regional Command (Aluf) Citation|
|Divisional Commander Citation|
|Brigade Commander Citation|
Campaign ribbons awarded for service during war. Citation is worn on the campaign ribbon in times of war .
|War of Independence|
|Six Day War|
|War of Attrition|
|Yom Kippur War|
|First Lebanon War|
|Second Lebanon War|
Service ribbons awarded for activity in the struggle for the establishment of Israel.
|Jewish Legion Ribbon|
|Fighters against Nazis Ribbon|
|Chief of Staff Medal of Appreciation|
|Hero of Israel
|Decoration of State Warriors|
|Mandate Prisoners Decoration|
|Eliyahu Golomb Israel Security Award|
- דרורי, עפר. "חיילי צה"ל המעוטרים ביותר". אתר הגבורה (in Hebrew). Retrieved 17 June 2015.
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