http://www.coleccionesmilitares.com/cintas/index.htm - A great website, hosted by Antonio Prieto Barrio and dedicated to the ribbons of orders and decorations of the world. One of the fullest references on the colors of the ribbons of the world. This is the new address of this superb website.
http://www.emering.com/medals/ - Ed Emering's site, depicting a lot of photos of the medals of Australia, the Congo, Soviet Union Spain, Vietnam, French Overseas, as well as medals of the Gulf War and preacekeeping.
http://www.netdialogue.com/yy/main.htm - A very impressive site of Yuri Yashnev (in Russian) with a great number of large HQ scans of the decorations of Russia and many other countries of the world. An excellent site, unfortunately the latest update was made in December 03. :-(
http://faculty.winthrop.edu/haynese/india/medals/indmed.html - A wonderful and very competent website about the Decorations and Medals of the Republic of India by Ed Haynes. Unfortunately, due of infringment of copyright, Ed decided not to make any updates and the site has not been revised since 1999 :-(
http://www.reitz-medaljer.dk/?cc=uk - Reitz Medals - a Danish company manufacturing ribbons, decorations and medals. Among those, are UN, NATO, Danish Defence and Danish National Guard.
http://www.tuttomilitare.it/ - Militaria dealers in Italy that offer to the collector of military insignas a large assortment of badges,medals, ribbons, decorations, crests,military equipments,holsters, non-firing replica weapons,soft-air,plus much more. The website contains an excellent medal/ribbon section.
http://www.wehrmacht-awards.com/ribbons/index.htm - Part of a website, dedicated to decorations of the Third Reich. The section is one of the most competent sources of information about the ribbons of German countries until 1918 and of the Third Reich. The section was created by Richard Lundström and Sebastian Bianchi.
http://www.mcchord.org/rack_builder/ - The McChord Rack Builder for Civil Air Patrol ribbons. A slightly differrent philosophy than ours, still a very good utility for building CAP ribbon racks.
http://ultimaterack.ajandj.com/ - An excellent rackbuilder for US ribbons, designed by John Asendorf, in a way "competitive" to ours ;-). Ribbons of all services, civilian, foreign and National Guard. All accompanied by a really good forum. All the best John & rest of the Team!