MIL OSI-C. Region: Latin/Latin America
Source: the Republic-of-Brazil-2
Brasília (DF), 08/05/2020 – In may 08, the world celebrated the 75th anniversary of the end of the Second World War. To date, it is known as Victory Day, celebrating the end of the battle. This is the day to honor the soldiers who fought bravely, including the more than 25-thousand men of the Brazilian Expeditionary Force, FEB, who have stood up bravely in the trenches of Italy.They are entered into the Armed Forces for the Defence: Navy, Army, and Aviation, as pointed out in the Order of the Day, may 08. The department of Defense celebrates the date of the grant of the Medal for the Victory. The award is open to provide members of the Armed Forces, civilians, police, and fire departments, military organisations and military and civil institutions and national, which have contributed to the dissemination of the outputs of the ex-combatants participating in the conflict in the defence of the interests of Brazil, is an integrated peacekeeping missions, and provided the services that are relevant to or supported by the Ministry of Defense to fulfill its missions, of the constitution.This year, it will 186 be awarded the honor. Organizations such as the Navy, the Union, and the Military Command in the South of the Park the Aircraft in Sao Paulo, and the 10th Mountain Division of the Army of the United States of America, are also decorated with the Medal of Victory.In accordance with Decree-law no. 30 of 17 march, of the Ministry of Defence, which sets out the measures for protection, due to the pandemic due to a new coronavirus that are suspended in the processes which involve the aggregation of the individuals. For this reason, there will not be a traditional ceremony in commemoration of the Victory Day. The data will be recorded, in the event of a reserved seat to the Folder with the presence of a small number of pessoasTenha access to the list of agraciadosAcesse the Order of the Day in the celebration of the Day of the VitóriaAssessoria for Social Communication (Ascom), Ministry of Defence, (61) 3312-4071
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