gee, all this for poor old Ike..
if it makes the haters feel better, I did not get around to adding all of his foreign awards before we at the Mil and War project got put on hold creating new categories... so when we get back to it, there will be more categories added...
And to the point of not liking the Collars of the Order of the Queen of Sheba, it is not a necklace, or bling, it is the decoration. While many U.S. folks may not be familiar with this type of thing because most U.S. decorations do not have different grades....
based on either the action, or the rank/position of the person receiving the award, there can be several levels, each distinguished by what you are presented. the names of these grades vary based on timeframe and country, , but generically, the grades are often called what is in the ()
1st grade (Knight): medal, worn on chest
2nd grade (Officer): medal with rosette, worn on chest
3rd grade (Commander): medal suspended on neck ribbon
4th grade (Grand Officer), medal suspended on neck ribbon with star device on chest
5th grade (Knight Grand Cross), medal suspended on chest sash, with star device on chest
6th grade (Collar), medal with ornate collar (remember all those period England/Grewat Britain movies where the high ranking people have collars, sashes, etc?, that is not a fashion statement, it signifies their decorations or is a badge of office)
others commented why are there pictures of the decoration/ribbon on the category page.... people may only have a picture of the person in uniform, a description of the decoration, etc, by putting the picture here, it can help a person be sure to pick the right category for the award
as to why are there categories with none, 1 or only a few people in them, they were created at the same time to try and have them appear in somewhat of a standard format and in the same place, to make it easier to search for them. Same thing is being done with the Royal categories for Kings, Queens, Dukes, Duchesses, etc, there are many of them that are currently empty or only have a few profiles in them at the present time.