Was a religious and chivalrous order founded in 1580 by KingWillem I. Members of the order were styled Cavalier. It was abolished in 1709 when Karl Van Draak died, without appointing any members to the order during his reign
It is awarded to people who have shown great courage and valor during war. It is the most prestigious military award and has only been awarded 162 times. Posthumous recipients of this medal included Karl Van Draak and Bernhard von Reiber, who served in the Brunanter Civil War.
It is awarded for good conduct and service in the military. This medal is often awarded for those helping out in their community. Unlike the Medaille d'Honneur, this can be awarded multiple times, marked by adding small gold stars to the ribbon.
It is awarded for "distinguished service" with the armed forces. To earn it one must have had at least 20 years of service or 10 years with deployment. The Silver War Cross is a higher distinction awarded to those with 40 years of service or 20 years with deployment.
The Lovia Medal was created in 2014 and was issued to soldiers and personnel involved in the Burenian Invasion of Lovia. The medal is identical to the one for Afghanistan, though is inscribed with the words LOVIA and 2014 on the reverse. Personnel involved in the war or working with Brunanters (Lovian police) are eligible for the medal.
It was awarded to military personnel, government employees with more than 20 years service on 23 October 1967, close members of the monarch's family and outstanding citizenship during the king's reign.
The Medal for Arts and Letters is a decoration awarded for "Significant contribution to the enrichment of the Brunanter cultural inheritance". It was firstly posthumously awarded in 1955 to Eugeni Tozins.