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The Military history A-Class medals encourage and recognize excellence in article creation and development. They are open to any editor who has made a significant contribution to three or more military history A-Class articles promoted since 1 August 2008. Nominations, including self-nominations, should be made on this page, and should list the three A-Class articles for which the award is sought. The nomination must be endorsed by at least two project coordinators, who will award the medal.

The relevant templates can be found here: Category:WikiProject Military history award templates.

The four types of medals are awarded as follows:

  • For the first four groups (1–4) of three articles, the A-Class medal is awarded for each group
  • For the next five groups (5–9) of three articles, the A-Class medal with Oak Leaves is awarded for each group
  • For the next ten groups (10–19) of three articles, the A-Class medal with Swords is awarded for each group
  • For the next fifteen groups (20–34) of three articles, the A-Class medal with Diamonds is awarded for each group

Once an editor has qualified for their fifteenth A-Class medal with Diamonds, they become eligible to qualify for the A-Class crosses.

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A-Class medalEdit

The A-Class medal was introduced in August 2008 and has been awarded to the following editors:

A-Class medal with Oak LeavesEdit

The A-Class medal with Oak Leaves was introduced in January 2009 and has been awarded to the following editors:

A-Class medal with SwordsEdit

The A-Class medal with Swords was introduced in January 2009 and has been awarded to the following editors:

A-Class medal with DiamondsEdit

The A-Class medal with Diamonds was introduced in January 2009 and has been awarded to the following editors: