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British Nuclear Weapons Tests Presentation Set
British Nuclear Weapons Tests Presentation Set

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The exclusive presentation set features an engraved full-size medal, miniature medal and matching ribbon brooch bar elegantly displayed in this attractive case which will be personalised with your service details.

As this presentation features a genuine full-size medal, it is only available by completing the application form below.

  • Item Code
  • CMPSNW
  • Price
  • £75.00
Type
Eligibility
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Personalisation
Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 1

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 1

£8.50

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 2

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 2

£8.50

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 3

Nickel Finish Medal Clasp 3

£8.50

Accessories
British Nuclear Weapons Test Full Size Ribbon

British Nuclear Weapons Test Full Size Ribbon

£2.50
British Nuclear Weapons Test Miniature Ribbon

British Nuclear Weapons Test Miniature Ribbon

£2.50
British Nuclear Weapons Tests Tie

British Nuclear Weapons Tests Tie

£16.50
Description

Details

Medal Presentation Set featuring British Nuclear Weapons Tests full-size and miniature Commemorative medals, matching ribbon brooch bar and case.
History

History

This important medal was commissioned between the Australian and British Nuclear Veterans Associations, providing medallic recognition to veterans who served in nuclear test site locations and supporting bases in Australia and the Pacific between 1952 and 1967.

The British Nuclear Weapons Test Programme began on the 3rd October 1952 with Operation Hurricane aboard HMS Plym in Main Bay, one of the Monte Bello Islands in Australia and it continued for a further fifteen years elsewhere in Australia, over Malden & Christmas Island in the Pacific ending with Operation Brumby, the clean-up operations in 1967.

The medal is a befitting way to pay tribute to the thousands of British and Commonwealth military and civilian personnel who served their countries, often exposed to the unknown dangers of radiation.

Eligibility

Eligibility

Available to all Nuclear Tests Veterans, military or civilian, who served in nuclear test site locations in Australia and the Pacific and supporting bases in Australia between 1952-1967 including personnel involved in the clean-up operations, handling of stores and equipment returned from a test site. Next of kin and direct descendants can also apply.
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