Army Class C Badge

Army Class C.  A silver coloured metal button.

Army Class C Badge

Contributors

Eligibility and Criteria

Final CEF Award Criteria

  1. Members of the Canadian Expeditionary Force (CEF) not eligible for Class A or B who served with pay for an aggregate period not less than three months, and had been retired or honourably discharged, including those who suffered a disability due to military service and had been discharged solely due to the disability before they served three months.
  2. Members of the Active Militia of Canada who, had they remained on duty until the completion of the arrangements authorized by P.C. 1569 (National Archives of Canada, RG 2, Vol. 1200, File 22 June 1918, P.C. 1569.), would have become members of the CEF, provided they served with pay for an aggregate period not less than three months and had been retired or honourably discharged, including those who suffered a disability due to military service, and been discharged solely due to the disability before they served three months.
  3. Members of the Imperial Forces not eligible for Class A or B, who resided in Canada on the 4th of August 1914, and who returned to reside in Canada, subject to the same conditions as in (ii).

Description

This badge is a silver coloured metal button with back and horizontal jewellers pin fitting; the outside a circle with the words FOR HONOURABLE SERVICE; the centre with CANADA on a scroll surmounted by a Tudor Crown with the inside red; from the shank three maple leaves.

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