Official abbreviation: Fsv.M.I.T.br.
Instituted September 2nd 2020 by Queen Margrethe 2nd.
Awarded to members of the Danish Defense who have been deployed outside of the Kingdom of Denmark for a minimum of 30 consecutive days, in a non-combat theatre (Such as training mission, civilian missions etc), after January 1st 2010 (retroactive)
Design: Worn in a red ribbon with a thin white stripe. Obverse contains the 3 danish lions, similar to the other International Operation medals. The medal is in bronze. The reverse have a laurel wreath and inscription “FOR DANMARK” (FOR DENMARK)
Other information: Several awards, is denoted by an arabic numeral on the ribbon.
If the recipient have done a brave deed, during the deployment, a silver oak leaf is added to the ribbon. For a second brave deed, the silver oak leaf is replaced with a gold – third a silver and a gold, fourth two gold, etc, etc.
If the recipient have done an extraordinary effort, a bronze oak leaf is added to the ribbon – only one bronze leaf can be awarded per deployment and several awards on different deployments are denoted by several oak leaf devices.
Confused? Yeah, so am I.. This is a very new way to award medals in Denmark and the large amount of devices is very “un danish”.