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Pingat Jasa Gemilang (Tentera)

 

Pingat Jasa Gemilang (Tentera)

Pingat Jasa Gemilang (Tentera)

Medal and ribbon
Awarded by Singapore
Type Medal
Eligibility Members of the Singapore Armed Forces
Awarded for exceptionally distinguished performance or extraordinary service, or the furtherance of links with overseas forces
Status Currently issued
Statistics
Established 1981
Precedence
Next (higher) Pingat Gagah Perkasa (Tentera)
Equivalent Pingat Jasa Gemilang
Next (lower) Pingat Pentadbiran Awam, Emas (Tentera)

The Pingat Jasa Gemilang (Tentera) (Meritorious Service Medal (Military)), is awarded to members of the Singapore Armed Forces for exceptionally distinguished performance or extraordinary service, or the furtherance of links with overseas forces.

Recipients are entitled to use the post-nominal letters PJG

The Pingat Jasa Gemilang is the civil equivalent award.

Description

  • The ribbon white with dark red edges and edge stripes, and a purple-edged white central stripe.

Recipients

Singapore

  • 2007 - Lieutenant General Ng Yat Chung - Singaporean Chief of Defence Force (2003-2007)
  • 2012 - Lieutenant General Neo Kian Hong- Singaporean Chief of Defence Force

Australia

  • 1997 - Vice Admiral Rodney Taylor, AO - Chief of Navy
  • 2003 - Air Chief Marshal Angus Houston, AC, AFC - Chief of Defence Force
  • 2007 - Lieutenant General Peter Leahy, AC - Chief of Army
  • 2007 - Air Marshal Geoff Shepherd, AO - Chief of Air Force
  • 2010 - Lieutennant General Ken Gillespie, AC, DSC, CSM - Chief of Army
  • 2010 - Air Marshal Mark Binskin, AO - Vice Chief of the Defence Force
  • 2011 - Vice Admiral Russell Crane, AO, CSM - Chief of Navy

Brunei

  • 2007 - Colonel Rosli Chuchu - Commander of Royal Brunei Land Forces

United States

France

  • 2012 - General Jean-Paul Paloméros, France - Chief of Staff of the French Air Force (2009 - 2012)

References

  • World Medals PJG page
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