Milan Rastislav Stefanik Order


Milan Rastislav Stefanik Order
Milan Rastislav Stefanik Order
Country Czech and Slovak Federal Republic
Awarded for "to recognize eminent contributions to the defence and security of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic"[1]
Statistics
First awarded 1991
Last awarded 1992

The Milan Rastislav Stefanik Order is an award given "to recognize eminent contributions to the defence and security of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic". It was bestowed by the President of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic. The award is named after Milan Rastislav Stefanik.

List of recipients

  • President of the Czech and Slovak Federal Republic - First Class Insignia of the Order
  • Colonel Josef Adam - Third Class, 1991
  • Lieutenant General Jan Ambrus - Third Class, 1992
  • Colonel Zdenek Bachurek - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Josef Balaban - Second Class, 1992
  • Major Alfred Bartos - Third Class, 1992
  • Colonel Vaclav Beran, M. Sc. - Fourth Class, 1992
  • Army General Josef Bily - Second Class, 1992
  • Colonel Frantisek Bogataj - Third Class, 1992
  • Brigadier General Jozef Brunovsky - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Josef Bursik - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Vladimir Cupak - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Vojtech Danielovic - Second Class, 1992
  • Colonel Karel Drbohlav, M. Sc. - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Stanislav Dvorsky - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Frantisek Fajtl - Third Class, 1991
  • Army General MVDr. Mikulas Feriencik - Second Class, 1992
  • Colonel Josef Flekal - Third Class, 1991
  • Captain Jozef Gabcik - Third Class, 1992
  • Lieutenant General Jan Golian - Third Class, 1991
  • Captain Eva Havejova - Fourth Class, 1992
  • Lieutenant Colonel Rudolf Hasek - Third Class, 1992
  • Colonel Frantisek Hieke - Stoj - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Stanislav Hlucka - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Otakar Hruby - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Otakar Husak, M. Sc. - Second Class, 1992
  • Colonel Frantisek Chabera - Third Class, 1991
  • Army General Sergej Ingr - Third Class, 1991
  • Army General RNDr. Karel Janousek - Second Class, 1992
  • Colonel Miroslav Jiroudek - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Josef Knop - Third Class, 1991
  • Lieutenant General Jan Kratochvil - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Jozef M. Kristin - Second Class, 1992
  • Brigadier General Rudolf Krzak - Third Class, 1991
  • Captain Jan Kubis - Third Class, 1992
  • Colonel Otmar Kucera - Third Class, 1992
  • Army General Karel Kutlvasr - Second Class, 1992
  • Brigadier General Vladislav Kuzel-Znievcan - Third Class, 1992
  • Army General Alois Liska - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Antonin Liska - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Karel Lukas - Third Class, 1992
  • Army General Vojtech B. Luza, M. Sc. - Second Class, 1992
  • Colonel Jiri Manak - Third Class, 1992
  • Colonel Anton Martis - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Josef V. Masin - Second Class, 1992
  • Brigadier General Frantisek Moravec - Third Class, 1991
  • Lieutenant Colonel Vaclav Moravek - Second Class, 1992
  • Brigadier General Karel Mrazek, M. Sc. - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Egon Nezbeda, M. Sc. - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Julius Nosko - Second Class, 1992
  • Colonel Teodor Obuch, M. Sc. - Fourth Class, 1992
  • Major Adolf Opalka - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Josef Pavelka - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Bohumil Pelikan - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Rudolf Pernicky - Third Class, 1991
  • Major General Heliodor Pika - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Zdenek Prochazka - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Jan Prokop - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Vladimir Prikryl - Third Class, 1991
  • Lieutenant Colonel Pavol Pukancik - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Stanislav Rajmon - Third Class, 1991
  • Captain Prof. M. D. Alexander Rehak, DrSc. - Fourth Class, 1992
  • Brigadier General Frantisek Rezabek - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Tomas Sedlacek - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel chartered economist Karol Schwarz - Third Class, 1992
  • Colonel Alois Sitek - Fourth Class, 1992
  • Colonel Vladimir Slansky - Third Class, 1991
  • Major Oto Smik - Third Class, 1992
  • Colonel Josef Stehlik - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Karel Seda - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Alois Siska - Third Class, 1991
  • Major Antonin Sida - Third Class, 1991
  • Milos Uher - Fourth Class, 1992
  • Captain Jan Usiak - Fourth Class, 1992
  • Brigadier General Alois Vasatko - Third Class, 1992
  • Brigadier General Jaroslav Vedral - Sazavsky - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Milos Vesel - Third Class, 1992
  • Brigadier General Mirko Vesel - Second Class, 1992
  • Lieutenant Colonel Josef Vesely - Third Class, 1991
  • Army General Rudolf Viest - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Josef Vopalecky - Third Class, 1991
  • Colonel Otto Wagner - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Frantisek Weber - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Richard Zdrahala - Third Class, 1991
  • Brigadier General Viliam Zingor - Third Class, 1991

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