Can yo wear the navy service good conduct marksmanship ribbon on army dress uniform?
As per the Marine Corps order...."Ribbon bars will be centered 1/8 inch above and parallel to the top edge of the upper left pocket of dress "B" coats, service coats, and men's khaki shirts. When marksmanship badges are worn, ribbon bars will be centered over the pocket with the bottom edge of the ribbon bar 1/8 inch above the widest holding bar of the marksmanship badge(s)."
You cannot wear the army service on any US Navy uniform. The Navy uniform regulations awards order of prescience chart has the list of ribbons that are not authorized.
In the US Military, a "ribbon" is worn on the informal dress uniform, representing the medal. It is of the same color as the medal. There are also ribbons authorized for which no medal is used. In a dress uniform they are typically worn on the right side, while the medals are worn over the heart. You would never wear the medal and the ribbon representing the medal at the same time. Examples would be… Read More
Yes, it can. Any awards earned in the Army or other U.S. military service can be worn on whatever current service you are in. Order of precedence for the Service Ribbon should be dictated by Air Force Regulations.
In an order of precedence, with the Navy ribbons immediately following the Army ribbon, if the Navy ribbon was awarded for the same thing.
Any award with a ribbon can be worn on a different service uniform if it was earned while attached to a joint command, the person was involved in a joint mission, etc. The ribbon device is worn on the right breast over the pocket.
Yes. As long as the award is reflected in your service record you may. The Amry Service Ribbon, however, is not to be worn (for a variety of reasons!).
army service ribbon, national defense service metal (if serving during war), global war on terror service metal (if you are deployed you can wear the expeditionary metal).
NO. The Commander's Award for Civilian Service is an honorary award presented by the Dept of the Army to civilian employees for commendable service or achievement. Only Army civilian employees are eligible to receive it, so there would be no way for a U.S. Marine to wear it on his uniform.
The medal is the actual metal object attached to a band of ribbon that is displayed upon the uniform. A ribbon is worn upon the uniform in place of the actual medal. The ribbon has the same coloring bands as the band of ribbon on which the medal is hung. There are also ribbons awarded that don't have medals associated with them. The Presidential Unit Commendation, Sea Service Deployment Award are some examples. When wearing… Read More
Army Service Ribbon was created in 1981.
Yes it does.
The same as you would wear any other awarded ribbon on the Army dress uniform. I have attached a link to this question to further assist you.
Navy Arctic Service Ribbon was created in 1986.
Yes, see AR 670-1, Para 29-6, subpara c (16). It goes between the AAM and AGCM or campaign, service or training ribbons.
the good conduct ribbon get a knot for 3 years
The maroon ribbon is the Navy Good Conduct Medal; the ribbon is worn in place of the medal when full formal dress requiring medals/ribbons aren't required. The Secretary of the Navy recently authorized the merging of the Marine Corps Good Conduct with the Navy's - the Navy Good Conduct will be authorized for wear by both Sailors and Marines.
Air Force Expeditionary Service Ribbon was created in 2003.
Would a 20mm gunner in the Navy Armed Guard during World War 2 qualify for the rifle marksmanship ribbon?
Not with that weapon, but a rifle during basic training yes
New York Counterdrug Service Ribbon was created on 1994-03-01.
Can you wear your meritorios service ribbon and combat action ribbon with your police officer uniform if the police chief authorizes it?
That's up to your chief, but I don't see why they'd allow it. Your military service and your civilian service are two different things. My department allows a service pin (such as a small army flag) but I seriously doubt that they'd let me wear anything that I've earned in the military. As long as your chief as authorized it, you can. You earned the awards while in the service of the military. You can… Read More
Your first award is a medal or a ribbon (depending on the uniform you're wearing) each subsequest award you receive a small bronze star (up to four, indicating your fifth awardy (Ribbon is one + four stars = five awards. Your sixth award is a small silver star. Seventh, a small silver star and a small bronze star etc....
Medals themselves are only worn on the uniform the day they are received. What is worn on the uniform normally is the ribbon bar that matches the medal - these are worn in a presribed pattern on the upper left breast of the uniform tunic.
The purple ribbon indicates that the wearer was awarded a Purple Heart. This is awarded when a service member is injured or killed during service.
to honor those who died at Virginia Tech
They are placed centered on the left pocket.
Just above the left pocket.
Is there a prior service ribbon I was in the army and I'm now going into the Marine Corps. What ribbons can I take with me?
Yes, there is prior service ribbon. You should talk to someone in admin to see what you can/can't wear from your Army service.
Are You authorized to wear the overseas ribbon and sea service ribbon if you were on a forward deployed ship?
Yes - both are awarded after one full year of service on a forward-deployed ship, and are awarded for every following year of service.
It matters very much what ribbon goes with what medal. Not only the color, but the arrangement of stripes. When the medal is first presented in ceremony, it is hung from a long strip of the appropriate ribbon around the recipient's neck. On the US Army formal dress blue uniform (the Army version of a tuxedo) the full medals are worn , suspended by small strips of the matching ribbon. On the US army daily… Read More
Any badge/ribbon you earn goes on them, just depends on whether you wear it in badge or ribbon form (Alphas/Bravos, etc)
Yes, but not every ribbon is approved for wear on Army uniforms, IIRC.
Medals come with ribbons already attached to them. Often, the ribbon referred to is a small color clamp matching the medal's ribbon that attaches to a bar three or four ribbons wide to display on a military dress uniform. Medals were awarded in a case that contained one Medal with a ribbon and a ribbon by itself that could be pinned on seperately or disassembled so as it could be slipped on a multi-ribbon mounting… Read More
On my grandfather's separation papers, Block 33, it is listed as the "American Theatre Medal", and on his uniform is the American Campaign Medal ribbon in a picture. He has only two other medals, Good Conduct and Victory. I'm sure he rated the National Defense, and it was backdated when finally approved, which usually happens - even now. Hope this helps! See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/American_Campaign_Medal
well obviously,if Iraq is across the Atlantic ocean I'd assume you'll be awarded the overseas service ribbon. If you are there 6 mos or more you will get the ssdr.
In both WW1 and Ww2, German ribbon medals, such as long service medals, and pin-back medals such as the Iron Cross 1st Class ... and combat badges such as the Tank Assault badge, were attached by sewn loops so that they could easily be removed while laundering the uniform. In other words, a tailor made two small embroidered loops of thread on a tunic pocket, for example, and the Iron Cross 1st Cl. was attached… Read More
I assume you're asking about the US Marine Corps Insignia; The emblem recommended by the 1868 board consisted of a globe (showing the continents of the Western Hemisphere, intersected by a fouled anchor, and surmounted by a spread eagle. On the emblem itself, there is a ribbon, clasped in the eagle's beak, bearing the Latin motto "Semper Fidelis" (English: Always Faithful). The uniform insignia's omit the motto ribbon. The general design of the emblem was… Read More
The Army because they give out ribbons for practically anything. For example, both Marines and Soldiers throw a grenade at some point in training but Soldiers get a ribbon for it and Marines do not. =================================== Take the above answer with a grain of salt. Soldiers DO NOT get a ribbon for completion of hand grenade training. And while there is a marksmanship identifier for hand grenades, you'll never see anybody wearing it.
How do you wear a drivers badge parachutist badge air assault badge and marksmanship badge on the left pocket flap of the army dress greens?
Simple answer is, you don't. You can only wear three awards on the pocket flap. Most people would put the parachutist and Air Assault badges above their ribbon bar, parachutist badge above Air Assault badge, and put the marksmanship and Driver & Mechanic badges on the pocket flap.
No. It's not transferable. You MIGHT be able to fill out some paperwork and have the Navy Combat Action Ribbon awarded as an equivalent (which can be worn on a CG uniform), however.
From IMDB "Neville Brand was regularly cited as the '4th most decorated soldier in WWII' but that information is incorrect and was denied by Brand before his death. He was, however, a recipient of, according to official military records the Silver Star, for gallantry in combat. His other awards and decorations are the Purple Heart, the Good Conduct Medal, the American Defense Service Ribbon, the European/African/Middle Eastern Theater Ribbon with three Battle Stars, one Overseas… Read More
How does the recipient of both a Bronze star with V device and a Bronze Star for merit display the ribbon on the dress uniform?
The "V" device is worn on the left side of the ribbon (as you look at it), with an oak leaf cluster on the right hand side [ V @ ]
1/8 of an inch above the shooting badge above the left breast pocket, centered.
That depends on which award you are asking about. Most of the "medals" (metal emblem on a ribbon) go over the left pocket.
You would wear the medal/ribbon with 4 oak leaf clusters attached.
Action Ribbon as a result of our action in the Gulf of Tonkin. Apr 1972 thru Nov 1972
APT stands for Awareness Presentation Team. It is a group of cadets who go to middle and/or elementary schools and teach the kids about drugs, alcohol, and help with activities. I'm not aware of an APT ribbon, but i know there is a badge that can be worn on your uniform.
Can you help identify a service ribbon that has a field of deep purple with two half centimeter dark orange stripes each located 1 centimeter from the ribbon ends?
It might be the Department of Transportation Distinguished Service Medal (a coast guard medal). See the link.
In US military, there are two ways ribbons are awarded. First, in a "personal decoration" like the Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, Purple Heart, etc., the medal and ribbon is awarded as a set (Medal and ribbon), as Medals are not worn on "duty uniforms". Second, many ribbons are awarded for personal achievement or duty where a medal is not awarded, such as professional development schools like NCO Professional Development Ribbon, Overseas Service… Read More
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