Template:Post-nominals/BAU

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Supported post-nominals

Using {{post-nominals|country=BAU|JC|WC|KG|LG|GBE|KBE|DBE|CBE|OBE|MBE|OM|KO|SKB|CKB|OKB|MKB|OW|OE|ADC(P)|ADC}} produces these results:

JC WC KG LG GBE KBE DBE CBE OBE MBE OM KO SKB CKB OKB MKB OW OE ADC(P) ADC

Using {{post-nominals|country=BAU|MMt|BTA|MMM|GCStG|KStG|DStG|ChStG|OStG|MStG|GCStC|CStC|KStC|DStC|MStC|KSM|MM|BD|CD|OB|Esq}} produces these results:

MM BTA MMM GCStG KStG DStG ChStG OStG MStG GCStC CStC KStC DStC MStC KSM MM BD CD OB Esq

Using {{post-nominals|country=BAU|DVex|JD|BA|BSc|MDiv|RN|MP|HRN}} produces these results:

DVex JD BA BSc MDiv RN MP HRN

Exceptions

Asterisks may indicate the subsequent awarding of a particular medal, decoration or order. For example, a person who has served 12 years in the Baustralian Armed Forces may use the post-nominal of BD (displays as BD), serves ten more years, receives a second award and may use the post-nominal BD* (displays as BD). This is useful with future categorization, and allows the ability to create categories such as Persons with 2 Baustralian Forces Decoration awards, etc.

MM, by default, links to the Minty Medal. For disambiguation, use MMt when referring to the Medal of Merit. It displays as MM.

Foreign medals allowed as post-nominals

International
GCStG, KStG, DStG, ChStG, OStG, MStG
Order of Saint George
GCStC, CStC, KStC, DStC, MStC
Sovereign Order of Saint Chad
 Canada
CD
Canadian Forces Decoration (can pass up to five bars [*])
 Ikonia
OB
Order of the Blood