Wartime Service Order (Falcar)
|The Wartime Service Order |
Pøsvetèm wørvæ secrèsüm
(top) Flag of the Wartime Service Order
(btm) Ribbon awarded to all members
|Awarded by Admiral of the Fleet (Navy) |
Commander-General Land-Air-Networks (Other)
|Type||War Veteran Order of Merit|
|Established||15th March 2017|
|Motto||Je me souviens (French: I Remember)|
|Eligibility||Falcarian war veterans|
|Awarded for||Participating in military operations during wartime, returned combatants|
|Status||To be constituted after conflict|
|Commander-General Land-Air-Networks||Position Vacant|
|Admiral of The Fleet||Admiral Sir Henry Rudd|
|Classes||Army, Navy, Air & Cyber|
|First induction||Yet to be constituted|
|Next (higher)||Order of the Field|
|Next (lower)||Medal of the Cormorant|
|Related||Falcarian Service Medal|
The Wartime Service Order is an order and award given to all returned servicepeople of the Falcarian Defence Force. As of 2017 Falcar has never seen active conflict, and as such the award is yet to be constituted.
Veterans who are bestowed with the order and award are granted a small governmental payment for their service; this is not considered a 'pension' as the payment is usually of a incremental amount of no value outside the nation.
Veterans who are proved to have committed a wartime offence during their service may have their award revolked at the discretion of their awarder.