Template:Post-nominals/AUS

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These are the codes for the template {{post-nominals}} and Australian honours

Template[change source]

Code Result
{{post-nominals|country=AUS|KG|AC|AAM}} KG AC AAM
{{post-nominals|country=AUS|KG,|AC,|AAM}} KG, AC, AAM
{{post-nominals|country=AUS|KG,|AC,|AAM|size=100%}} KG, AC, AAM

Choices[change source]

The most recently available definitive document is THE ORDER OF WEARING AUSTRALIAN HONOURS AND AWARDS, 25 September 2007. Amongst other things, it states:

  • Post-nominals within the Order of St John are not recognised as notified in the Governor-General’s media release of 14 August 1982.

This list is presented in five sections, giving the post-nominals for honours and awards:

  • within the Australian System of Honours and Awards
  • conferred by The Sovereign in exercise of the Royal Prerogative
  • which recognise public and professional service and achievement
  • Imperial awards, and
  • Foreign awards.

Note that honorary awards of the Order of Australia are not made to Australians.

The possible choices are :

Code Link Apparent post-nominals
Australian System of Honours and Awards
AAM = Australian Antarctic Medal AAM
AC = Companion of the Order of Australia AC
ACm = Companion of the Order of Australia AC (Mil)
AD = Dame of the Order of Australia AD
AFSM = Australian Fire Service Medal AFSM
AK = Knight of the Order of Australia AK
AM = Member of the Order of Australia AM
AMg = Member of the Order of Australia AM (Gen)
AMm = Member of the Order of Australia AM (Mil)
AO = Officer of the Order of Australia AO
AOg = Officer of the Order of Australia AO (Gen)
AOm = Officer of the Order of Australia AO (Mil)
APM = Australian Police Medal APM
ASM = Ambulance Service Medal (Australia) ASM
BM = Bravery Medal (Australia) BM
CSC = Conspicuous Service Cross (Australia) CSC
CSC1 = Conspicuous Service Cross (Australia) CSC & Bar
CSM = Conspicuous Service Medal CSM
CV = Cross of Valour (Australia) CV
DSC = Distinguished Service Cross (Australia) DSC
DSCuk = Distinguished Service Cross (United Kingdom) DSC
DSM = Distinguished Service Medal (Australia) DSM
DSMuk = Distinguished Service Medal (United Kingdom) DSM
ESM = Emergency Services Medal (Australia) ESM
MG = Medal for Gallantry MG
NSC = Nursing Service Cross (Australia) NSC
NSC1 = Nursing Service Cross and Bar NSC and Bar
OAM = Medal of the Order of Australia OAM
OAMg = Medal of the Order of Australia OAM (Gen)
OAMm = Medal of the Order of Australia OAM (Mil)
PSM = Public Service Medal (Australia) PSM
RFD = Reserve Force Decoration RFD
SoC = Star of Courage (Australia) SC
SG = Star of Gallantry SG
VC = Victoria Cross for Australia VC
VCi = Victoria Cross VC
Conferred by The Sovereign in exercise of the Royal Prerogative
CVO = Commander of the Royal Victorian Order CVO
DCVO = Dame Commander of the Royal Victorian Order DCVO
GCVO = Knight Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order GCVO
GCVOf = Dame Grand Cross of the Royal Victorian Order GCVO
KCVO = Knight Commander of the Royal Victorian Order KCVO
KG = Knight Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter KG
KT = Knight Companion of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle KT
LG = Lady Companion of the Most Noble Order of the Garter LG
LT = Lady Companion of the Most Ancient and Most Noble Order of the Thistle LT
LVO = Lieutenant of the Royal Victorian Order LVO
MVO = Member of the Royal Victorian Order MVO
OM = Member of the Order of Merit OM
RVM = Royal Victorian Medal RVM
Recognition of public and professional service and achievement
ADC = Aide de Camp ADC
ADC(P) = Personal Aide-de-Camp ADC
CChem = Chartered Chemist CChem
FAA = Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science FAA
FACE = Fellow of the Australian College of Educators FACE
FAHA = Fellow of the Australian Academy of the Humanities FAHA
FAHMS = Fellow of the Australian Academy of Health and Medical Sciences FAHMS
FAICD = Fellow of the Australian Institute of Company Directors FAICD
FAPI = Australian Property Institute FAPI
FASSA = Fellow of the Academy of the Social Sciences in Australia FASSA
FMedSci = Fellow of the Academy of Medical Sciences FMedSci
FRACI = Fellow of the Royal Australian Chemical Institute FRACI
FRACP = Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Physicians FRACP
FRACS = Fellow of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons FRACS
FRAeS = Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society FRAeS
FRAIA = Fellow of the Royal Australian Institute of Architects FRAIA
FRCP = Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians FRCP
FRCPE = Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh FRCPE
FRMS = Royal Microscopical Society FRMS
FRS = Fellow of the Royal Society FRS
FRSN = Fellow of the Royal Society of New South Wales FRSN
FRSNZ = Fellow of the Royal Society of New Zealand FRSNZ
FTSE = Fellow of the Australian Academy of Technological Sciences and Engineering FTSE
JP = Justice of the peace#Australia JP
KC = King's Counsel KC
MP = Member of Parliament MP
MLC = Member of the Legislative Council MLC
SC = Senior Counsel SC
QC = Queen's Counsel QC
RAN = Royal Australian Navy RAN
RANR = Royal Australian Naval Reserve RANR
Imperial awards
AFC = Air Force Cross (United Kingdom) AFC
AFC1 = Air Force Cross (United Kingdom) AFC & Bar
AFM = Air Force Medal AFM
ARRC = Royal Red Cross ARRC
BEM = British Empire Medal BEM
CB = Companion of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath CB
CBE = Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire CBE
CGM = Conspicuous Gallantry Medal CGM
CH = Companion of the Order of the Companions of Honour CH
CMG = Companion of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George CMG
DBE = Dame Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire DBE
DCB = Dame Commander of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath DCB
DCM = Distinguished Conduct Medal DCM
DCMG = Dame Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George DCMG
DFC = Distinguished Flying Cross (United Kingdom) DFC
DFC1 = Distinguished Flying Cross (United Kingdom) DFC & Bar
DFC2 = Distinguished Flying Cross (United Kingdom) DFC & Two Bars
DFM = Distinguished Flying Medal DFM
DFM1 = Distinguished Flying Medal DFM & Bar
DFM2 = Distinguished Flying Medal DFM & Two Bars
DSO = Companion of The Distinguished Service Order DSO
DSO1 = Companion of The Distinguished Service Order DSO & Bar
DSO2 = Companion of The Distinguished Service Order DSO & Two Bars
ED = Efficiency Decoration ED
GBE = Knight Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire GBE
GBEf = Dame Grand Cross of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire GBE
GC = George Cross GC
GCB = Knight Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath GCB
GCBf = Dame Grand Cross of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath GCB
GCMG = Knight Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George GCMG
GCMGf = Dame Grand Cross of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George GCMG
GM = George Medal GM
KBE = Knight Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire KBE
KCB = Knight Commander of the Most Honourable Order of the Bath KCB
KCMG = Knight Commander of the Most Distinguished Order of Saint Michael and Saint George KCMG
MBE = Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire MBE
MC = Military Cross MC
MC1 = Military Cross MC & Bar
MC2 = Military Cross MC & Two Bars
MM = Military Medal MM
MM1 = Military Medal MM & Bar
MM2 = Military Medal MM & Two Bars
MM3 = Military Medal MM & Three Bars
OBE = Officer of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire OBE
QGM = Queen's Gallantry Medal QGM
QFSM = Queen's Fire Service Medal for Gallantry QFSM
QPM = Queen's Police Medal for Gallantry QPM
QFSMd = Queen's Fire Service Medal for Distinguished Service QFSM
QPMd = Queen's Police Medal for Distinguished Service QPM
RRC = Royal Red Cross RRC
VD = Colonial Auxiliary Forces Officers' Decoration VD
* = Medal bar *
Foreign awards (recognised by the Governor General)
GCL = Grand Companion of the Order of Logohu GCL
QSO = Companion of the Queen's Service Order QSO
SSI = Star of the Solomon Islands SSI
International awards (recognised by the Australian Olympic Committee)[source?]
OLY = Competitor at the Olympic Games OLY