Accumulated Campaign Service Medal

The Accumulated Campaign Service Medal and the Accumulated Campaign Service Medal 2011 are medals awarded by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II to members of her Armed Forces to recognise long campaign service. The original Accumulated Campaign Service Medal, instituted in January 1994, was awarded to holders of the General Service Medal (1962) who had completed 36 months of accumulated campaign service. The replacement Accumulated Campaign Service Medal 2011 is currently awarded to holders of various campaign service medals who have completed 720 days of campaign service.

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[Acquisition]: Issued to members that have participated in at least 10 community events.