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Pingat Keberanian
File:Pingat Keberanian medal.png

Pingat Keberanian ribbon (from 1996).png
Medal and ribbon
Awarded by Singapore
Type Medal
Eligibility Citizens of Singapore
Awarded for acts of courage and gallantry
Status Currently issued
Statistics
Established 1987
Precedence
Next (higher) Pingat Pentadbiran Awam, Emas
Next (lower) Pingat Pentadbiran Awam, Perak
Pingat Keberanian ribbon (1987–1996).png
Ribbon prior to 1996

The Pingat Keberanian (Medal of Valour), instituted in 1987, is a Singaporean decoration awarded to any person who has performed an act of courage and gallantry in circumstances of personal danger.

Description[]

  • The medal is silver-gilt and consists of an eight-pointed star upon a sixteen-sided base. The obverse side bears a central disc supporting 2 crossed swords and a shield bearing a crescent and 5 stars. Below the disc is a scroll with the description "PINGAT KEBERANIAN".
  • The reverse bears the State Arms.
  • The ribbon is white with a red edging, a purple centre band and a purple stripe to each side of the band.

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See also[]

  • Singaporean orders and decorations

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