Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru) — Military Decorations


Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru) Medal and Ribbon Design Images

The Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru) comes with a unique service ribbon, which is worn on the recipient's uniform in situations where the full medal is not worn. If you have earned this decoration, you can wear the service ribbon on your ribbon rack.
Design of the Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru)

The ribbon is blue with 3 central white stripes and white edge stripes. The badge itself is a breast badge, silver gilt, 44 mm, hallmarked 925, and obverse enameled.

What is the Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru) Decoration?

The Aeronautical Merit Cross of Peru was instituted in October 1946. The Award is categorized into five grades which are (Ascending Rank); Knight, Officer, Commander, Grand Officer, and Grand Cross.

The United States military sorts decorations into categories called Classes and Types. The Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru) medal is classified as a International Award of the type International Senior Military Award.

How Do You Earn the Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru)?

The Aeronautical Merit Cross of Peru is awarded to those that have attained achievements in aeronautical and/or military activities.

Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru) Associated Branches

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Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru) Associated Branches

Army

army

Navy

Air Force

Marine Corps

Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru) and the Stolen Valor Act

The Stolen Valor Act of 2013 is a federal law that makes it illegal for any person to falsely claim to be the recipient of certain military awards, "with the intention of obtaining money, property, or other tangible benefit by convincing another that he or she received the award".This decoration is covered by the Stolen Valor act. Fraudulently claiming to have received a Aeronautical Merit Cross (Peru) can result in punishment including a fine, imprisonment for not more than one year, or both


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