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    Number of Medals Per Row Number of Medals Prescribed Number Top 2d 3d 4th   to be worn       of Rows      Row     Row     Row      Row 1-5   1 row only       1-5   6 2 3 3   7 2 3 4   8 2 4 4   9 2 4 5 10 2 5 5 11 3 3 4       4 12 3 4 4       4 13 3 4 4       5 14 3 4 5       5 15 3 5 5       5 16 4 4 4       4          4     and so on Figure 9-18.-Manner of wearing medals. (as  in  fig.  9-18),  three  medals  side  by  side,  or  up  to five medals overlapping. Overlap medals equally with the  right,  or  inboard,  medal  showing  in  full.  Mount upper  rows  of  medals  so  as  to  cover  the  suspension ribbons  of  the  medals   below.   Arrange   awards   by seniority   from   top   down   and   from   inboard   to outboard.   You   may   wear   all    medals;   but   if   you possess five or more, wear a  minimum  of  five.  Wear the   Medal   of   Honor,   worn   when   either   large   or miniature  medals  are  prescribed,  from  a  suspension ribbon placed around the neck. Miniature Medals Wear  miniature  medals  with  formal  dress  and dinner  dress  uniforms.  On  male  formal  and  dinner dress  jackets,  position  the  holding  bar  of  the  lowest row  of  medals  on  the  left  lapel,  3  inches  below  the notch (fig. 9-19) and centered on the lapel. If the bar exceeds a length of 2 3/4 inches, extend the bar over the outboard edge of the lapel. When worn on a male officer’s  blue  or  white  coat,  center  the  lowest  bar immediately above the left breast pocket. On a female officer’s  uniform,  center  the  lowest  bar  on  the  left pocket flap of Figure 9-19.-Proper display of miniature medals. 9-24

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