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( �� ( �� ( �� Where honours within an order have the same rank, precedence is given to the honour which was received earliest. ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� �j( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� The United States order of precedence is an advisory document maintained by the Ceremonials Division of the Office of the Chief of Protocol of the United States which lists the ceremonial order, or relative preeminence, for domestic and foreign government officials (military and civilian) at diplomatic, ceremonial, and social events within the United States and abroad. ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ($��==ih �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� Veterans and patriotic organizations in the order prescribed by the grand marshal of the parade A joint-service color guard also reflects this order of precedence. ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� ( �� Distinguished Service Cross. 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