Official LS&GCM Army Long Service & Good Conduct Full Size Medal + Ribbon

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Official LS&GCM Army Long Service & Good Conduct Full Size Medal + Ribbon
Official LS&GCM Army Long Service & Good Conduct Full Size Medal + Ribbon

Official LS&GCM Long Service & Good Conduct Replacement Full Size Medal + Ribbon 

As a replacement medal it has a very small COPY written on it.

Regular Army

This Medal is an Official product that is 100% made in the UK, Die Struck and Medal Office Approved

This is the Official MoD approved  Regular Army Long Service & Good Conduct Full Size Medal 

Comes complete with Ribbon

Additional Information

Medal

Silver and circular in shape with a fixed suspender bearing the words ‘Regular Army’. The obverse of the medal shows the crowned effigy of Queen Elizabeth II, while the reverse bears the words ‘For Long service and Good Conduct’.

Clasp
Bears the image of the Army Crest. When the ribbon alone is worn, a silver rosette denotes award of the Clasp.
Ribbon
Maroon flanked at the edges by narrow stripes of white.
Qualifying criteria

A soldier who completes 15 years reckonable service from date of attestation or age 17½, whichever is later, shall be eligible for consideration, though there are a number of offences/misconduct which would normally preclude award of the LS&GCM. Awards are only made after a comprehensive check of a soldier's record of service.

As this medal requires the recommendation of the individuals' commanding officer, it can only be awarded to serving personnel.

A soldier who, subsequent to award of the Medal, goes on to complete a further 15 years service shall be eligible for award of the Clasp to the LS&GCM provided that the conduct/discipline criteria have been met.

An Officer shall be eligible for award of the LS&GCM if 12 or more of the 15 years service has been in the ranks and provided that the other criteria have been met. An Officer shall be eligible for award of the Clasp if 22 or more of the 30 years service has been in the ranks and provided that the other criteria have been met.

Prior to 1 December 1977, 18 years service was required for consideration for the LS&GCM.

The qualifying criteria are laid out in the Queens Regulations Paras 5.393 - 5.396 and 10.008 - 10.0011.