The United Nations Operation in Somalia Medal honors military personnel who carried out service as part of an unarmed, uniformed observation group designed to monitor the ceasefire in Mogadishu.
The United Nations Mission in Haiti Medal honors military personnel who carried out service in Haiti between the dates of September 23, 1993 and July 1, 1997, supporting peacekeeping operations and the stabilization of the nation following a government overthrow in 1991. Participation in the training of Haitian National Police is also eligible for the award.
The United Nations Medal honors military personnel who carry out service in a joint United Nations operation, including support for peacekeeping, humanitarian aid, or following a natural disaster. To qualify, terms of service must last a minimum of 90 days.
Established on December 12, 1950, the United Nations Korean Service Medal honors military personnel who carried out service in defending South Korea during the Korean War between the dates of June 27, 1950 and July 27, 1954.