This article is from the Bulgaria FAQ, by Dragomir R. Radev email@example.com with numerous contributions by others.
(by Martin Mintchev)
There are several traditional military orders associated with the Third
Bulgarian Kingdom. The most popular one is probably "Za Hrabrost" ("For
Bravery"), which is a cross of special design that comes with or without
swords. The cross is in dark metallic red color, with a green engrave at the
center (as far as I remember), the swords and the crown between the
hanger and the cross are silverplated. At the center of the cross (from
the front side) there is a crowned lion, from the back side the cyrillic
letter F can be seen (for Ferdinand).
The other is "St. Alexander", which is a white cross, in the center is
the date 19 February 1878 (March 3 new style, the Liberation Day) from
one side and the words "St. Alexander". It has different degrees, and (as
far as I remember) comes also with or without swords.
A third one is "Za Voenna Zasluga", "For Military Contribution". It is
also a cross but with three edges at the end of each arm. I don't
remember very well its other features.