No, you’re extremely popular among your fellow officers and certain military buffs.
Back home? Not so much. First of all, the war was extremely unpopular among the general population and much of the nobility. Some of them will look at you with resentment or envy, as they realize you profitted while they starved.
Secondly, your achievements aren’t that great in the grand scheme of things. Not when you compare them to the legendary exploits of Cunaris, Wulfram, Havenport, Hunter, etc, or the dilligent service of people like Palliser and Castermaine.
Most of the events you took part in, while vital, were also overlooked sideshows or smaller parts of a much larger battle, so there’s nothing to mark you as overly special.
It’s enough to get you noticed by someone who is taking a close look at the battle and understands the significance of your contribution, but the everyday commoner isn’t going to have memorized the troop positioning at Blogia or know the name of every officer who was knighted there.
As for decorations:
Gryphon - The bar is impressive… but only to those who understand its significance.
Cross of Jerome - Also impressive… but again, you need to understand its significance to appreciate the fact that a cavalry officer won a navy medal.
Meritous Service Order - One of the lowest valued decorations.
Secet Service - Hush hush. Only agents of RTI who have appropriate clearance actually know you have this.