.: METALS & AWARDS

Our purpose is to recognize acts of heroism and courage performed by members of the fire service in the State of New Hampshire.  We are an outgrowth of the Annual Fire Service Awards Program. In this site you will find a vast amount of information with regard to our program. Please take your time and look around, and again welcome.

 

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The Paul W. Sypek Medal of Valor

The highest award which may be given for conspicuous bravery at extreme risk to life, above and beyond the call of duty, in an effort to protect and save a human life.

The Paul W. Sypek Medal of Valor shall be awarded to anyone whose death results in an award from the Public Safety Benefits Act; and may be awarded posthumously in other cases at the discretion of the Committee of Merit.

Class 1 Medal of Valor

Distinguishes himself/herself by extraordinary heroism in line of duty, generally at extreme risk of life.

 

 

 

  1. Class 2 Medal of Valor

Distinguishes himself/herself by extraordinary heroism in line of duty.

 

 

 

Class 3 Medal of Valor

Distinguished himself/herself for heroic action in line of
duty.

 

 

 

  1. Meritorious Service Medal

The Meritorious Service Medal is awarded to individuals or agencies whose actions the Committee feels have had a significant impact on the Fire or EMS Service in the State of New Hampshire. Individuals will be awarded a medal and certificate, agencies will receive a medal mounted on a plaque, with a description of the action and the names of those involved engraved.

 

 

 

  1. Aubrey G. Robinson Award

This award is given to an individual that has shown an outstanding dedication and support well above normal duties of the job in the field of fire prevention. This individual has effectively reduced injury and or death by their work within public education, code enforcement or code development.

 

 

 

Telecommunications Medal

Awarded to a dispatcher, who by his/her actions renders dispatching/support action which has an important bearing on the outcome of an emergency incident or fire, usually associated with, but not limited to, an incident involving the saving of a human life.

 

 

 

Unit Citation

Awarded to all members of a fire or rescue company, or group of fire fighters operating together; who perform meritorious service at the scene of a fire or emergency. This award may be granted in conjunction with an individual award of a Medal of Valor, for the members supporting the heroic act, or for a group action that does not warrant a Medal of Valor award to an individual. One person, as designated by the Chief of Department, shall receive the award for the entire unit.

Length of Service Awards

40 years of service, officer.

Length of Service Awards

30 years of service, officer

Length of Service Awards

20 years of service, officer

Length of Service Awards

10 years of service, officer

Length of Service Awards

40 years of service, chief officer

Length of Service Awards

30 years of service

Length of Service Awards

20 years of service

Length of Service Awards

10 years of service

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