|The Honourable Order of Rama|
|Awarded by |
the King of Thailand
|Eligibility||Military personnel and Foreign Heads of State who are Military personnel|
|Awarded for||Military personnel who displays conspicuous bravery, or some daring or pre-eminent act of valour or self-sacrifice, or extreme devotion to duty in the presence of the enemy or in times of peace|
|Grades||4 Classes and 2 Medals|
|First induction||22 July 1918|
|Next (higher)||Ratana Varabhorn Order of Merit|
|Next (lower)||Order of the White Elephant|
Ribbon bar of the "Senangapati" Knight Grand Commander of the Honourable Order of Rama
The Honourable Order of Rama (Thai: ; RTGS: Khrueang Ratcha-itsariyaphon An Mi Sak Ramathibodi) was established on 22 July 1918 (B.E. 2461) by King Rama VI of the Kingdom of Siam (now Thailand), to be bestowed onto those who have rendered special military services either in peace or in wartime.
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The order consists of six classes:
|Ribbon||Class||Name||Postnominals||Order of precedence||Insignia|
|Knight Grand Commander (First Class)||? "Senangapati"
|?.?.||7||Insignia consists of a pendant, on a black sash with red trim, worn over the right shoulder to the left hip. Also a star, worn on the left chest.|
|Knight Commander (Second Class)|| "Maha Yodhin"
(RTGS: Maha Yothin)
|?.?.||14||Insignia consists of a pendant, worn on a silk band on the collar. Also a star, worn on the right chest.|
|Commander (Third Class)|| "Yodhin"
Insignia consists of a pendant, worn on a silk band on the collar.
|Companion (Fourth Class)|| "Asvin"
Insignia consists of a pendant, worn on a silk band on the left chest.
Member of "The Rama Medal for Gallantry in Action"
(RTGS: Rian Ram Mala Khem Kla Klang Samon)
|?.?.?.||The Highest of Medal for Acts of Bravery|
Insignia consists of a silver medal with bar.
Member of "The Rama Medal"
(RTGS: Rian Ram Mala)
|?.?.||2nd of the Highest of Medal for Acts of Bravery|
Insignia consists of a silver medal.