File:Pingat Keberanian medal.png|
Medal and ribbon
|Awarded by Singapore|
|Eligibility||Citizens of Singapore|
|Awarded for||acts of courage and gallantry|
|Next (higher)||Pingat Pentadbiran Awam, Emas|
|Next (lower)||Pingat Pentadbiran Awam, Perak|
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.
- 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.
- Singaporean orders and decorations
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