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  • Afghanistan Campaign Anodized Medal
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    Afghanistan Campaign Anodized Medal

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    The Afghanistan Campaign Medal (ACM) is awarded to military personnel for serving active duty in the borders of Afghanistan for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days. This award is retroactive to October 24th, 2001. Those in combat or wounded in combat with enemy forces can receive this medal no matter how many days spent in Afghanistan. Any personnel killed in action while serving in Afghanistan are also awarded this medal.

    A Bronze Campaign Star is worn on the service medal for each campaign in which the service member has participated. The authorized campaigns are:

    Liberation of Afghanistan - September 11th, 2001 to November 30th, 2001

    Consolidation I - December 1st, 2001 to September 30th, 2006

    Consolidation II - October 1st, 2006 to November 30th, 2009

    Consolidation III - December 1st, 2009 to June 30th, 2011

    Transition I - July 1st, 2001 to a date yet to be determined.

    The ACM replaces the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal for personnel who served in Afghanistan. If the personnel have previously received the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, they may choose whether or not they want to exchange their medal for the new Afghanistan Campaign Medal. These two medals can not be awarded for the same period of service in Afghanistan, in addition, current time served will only be recognized with the Afghanistan Campaign Medal.

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  • Afghanistan Campaign Anodized Miniature Medal
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    Afghanistan Campaign Anodized Miniature Medal

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    The Afghanistan Campaign Medal (ACM) is awarded to military personnel for serving active duty in the borders of Afghanistan for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days. This award is retroactive to October 24th, 2001. Those in combat or wounded in combat with enemy forces can receive this medal no matter how many days spent in Afghanistan. Any personnel killed in action while serving in Afghanistan are also awarded this medal.

    A Bronze Campaign Star is worn on the service medal for each campaign in which the service member has participated. The authorized campaigns are:

    Liberation of Afghanistan - September 11th, 2001 to November 30th, 2001

    Consolidation I - December 1st, 2001 to September 30th, 2006

    Consolidation II - October 1st, 2006 to November 30th, 2009

    Consolidation III - December 1st, 2009 to June 30th, 2011

    Transition I - July 1st, 2001 to a date yet to be determined.

    The ACM replaces the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal for personnel who served in Afghanistan. If the personnel have previously received the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, they may choose whether or not they want to exchange their medal for the new Afghanistan Campaign Medal. These two medals can not be awarded for the same period of service in Afghanistan, in addition, current time served will only be recognized with the Afghanistan Campaign Medal.

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  • Afghanistan Campaign Medal
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    SKU: 100 ARACM

    Afghanistan Campaign Medal

    $ 13.79

    Afghanistan Campaign Medal

    Criteria:

    The Afghanistan Campaign Medal (ACM) is awarded to military personnel for serving active duty in the borders of Afghanistan for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days. This award is retroactive to October 24th, 2001. Those in combat or wounded in combat with enemy forces can receive this medal no matter how many days spent in Afghanistan. Any personnel killed in action while serving in Afghanistan are also awarded this medal.

    A Bronze Campaign Star is worn on the service medal for each campaign in which the service member has participated. The authorized campaigns are:

    Liberation of Afghanistan - September 11th, 2001 to November 30th, 2001

    Consolidation I - December 1st, 2001 to September 30th, 2006

    Consolidation II - October 1st, 2006 to November 30th, 2009

    Consolidation III - December 1st, 2009 to June 30th, 2011

    Transition I - July 1st, 2001 to a date yet to be determined.

    The ACM replaces the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal for personnel who served in Afghanistan. If the personnel have previously received the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, they may choose whether or not they want to exchange their medal for the new Afghanistan Campaign Medal. These two medals can not be awarded for the same period of service in Afghanistan, in addition, current time served will only be recognized with the Afghanistan Campaign Medal.

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  • Afghanistan Campaign Miniature Medal
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    SKU: 2000 AFG-MINI

    Afghanistan Campaign Miniature Medal

    $ 9.29

    Afghanistan Campaign Miniature Medal

    Criteria:

    The Afghanistan Campaign Medal (ACM) is awarded to military personnel for serving active duty in the borders of Afghanistan for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days. This award is retroactive to October 24th, 2001. Those in combat or wounded in combat with enemy forces can receive this medal no matter how many days spent in Afghanistan. Any personnel killed in action while serving in Afghanistan are also awarded this medal.

    A Bronze Campaign Star is worn on the service medal for each campaign in which the service member has participated. The authorized campaigns are:

    Liberation of Afghanistan - September 11th, 2001 to November 30th, 2001

    Consolidation I - December 1st, 2001 to September 30th, 2006

    Consolidation II - October 1st, 2006 to November 30th, 2009

    Consolidation III - December 1st, 2009 to June 30th, 2011

    Transition I - July 1st, 2001 to a date yet to be determined.

    The ACM replaces the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal for personnel who served in Afghanistan. If the personnel have previously received the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, they may choose whether or not they want to exchange their medal for the new Afghanistan Campaign Medal. These two medals can not be awarded for the same period of service in Afghanistan, in addition, current time served will only be recognized with the Afghanistan Campaign Medal.

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  • Afghanistan Commemorative Medal
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    SKU: 84304

    Afghanistan Commemorative Medal

    $ 24.99

    Afghanistan Commemorative Medal

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  • Air and Space Campaign Anodized Medal
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    Air and Space Campaign Anodized Medal

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    The U.S. Air Force awards the Air and Space Campaign Medal (ASCM) to personnel involved (after March 24th, 1999) in the U.S. Military operation that was designated by the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force. The ASCM is awarded to Air Force personnel for serving direct support of a military operation for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days.

    Qualifying operations include: Operations Allied Force (24 March - 10 June 1999), Joint Guardian (11 June 1999 - dat to be determined), Allied Harbour (4 April - 1 September 1999), Sustain Hope/Shining Hope (4 April - 10 July 1999), Noble Anvil (24 March - 20 July 1999), and Kosovo Task Forces Hawk (5 April - 24 June 1999), Saber (31 March - 8 July 1999), Falcon (11 June 1999 - DTBD), and Hunter (1 April - 1 November 1999).

    This award is authorized only for Air Force personnel and is prohibited for issuance if another service or campaign medal has already been awarded for the particular operation.

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  • Air and Space Campaign Anodized Miniature Medal
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    Air and Space Campaign Anodized Miniature Medal

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    The U.S. Air Force awards the Air and Space Campaign Medal (ASCM) to personnel involved (after March 24th, 1999) in the U.S. Military operation that was designated by the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force. The ASCM is awarded to Air Force personnel for serving direct support of a military operation for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days.

    Qualifying operations include: Operations Allied Force (24 March - 10 June 1999), Joint Guardian (11 June 1999 - dat to be determined), Allied Harbour (4 April - 1 September 1999), Sustain Hope/Shining Hope (4 April - 10 July 1999), Noble Anvil (24 March - 20 July 1999), and Kosovo Task Forces Hawk (5 April - 24 June 1999), Saber (31 March - 8 July 1999), Falcon (11 June 1999 - DTBD), and Hunter (1 April - 1 November 1999).

    This award is authorized only for Air Force personnel and is prohibited for issuance if another service or campaign medal has already been awarded for the particular operation.

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  • Air and Space Campaign Medal
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    SKU: 101 AFASCM

    Air and Space Campaign Medal

    $ 13.79

    Air and Space Campaign Medal

    Criteria:

    The U.S. Air Force awards the Air and Space Campaign Medal (ASCM) to personnel involved (after March 24th, 1999) in the U.S. Military operation that was designated by the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force. The ASCM is awarded to Air Force personnel for serving direct support of a military operation for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days.

    Qualifying operations include: Operations Allied Force (24 March - 10 June 1999), Joint Guardian (11 June 1999 - dat to be determined), Allied Harbour (4 April - 1 September 1999), Sustain Hope/Shining Hope (4 April - 10 July 1999), Noble Anvil (24 March - 20 July 1999), and Kosovo Task Forces Hawk (5 April - 24 June 1999), Saber (31 March - 8 July 1999), Falcon (11 June 1999 - DTBD), and Hunter (1 April - 1 November 1999).

    This award is authorized only for Air Force personnel and is prohibited for issuance if another service or campaign medal has already been awarded for the particular operation.

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  • Air and Space Campaign Miniature Medal
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    SKU: 2001 AIRSP-MINI

    Air and Space Campaign Miniature Medal

    $ 11.49

    Air and Space Campaign Miniature Medal

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    The U.S. Air Force awards the Air and Space Campaign Medal (ASCM) to personnel involved (after March 24th, 1999) in the U.S. Military operation that was designated by the Chief of Staff of the U.S. Air Force. The ASCM is awarded to Air Force personnel for serving direct support of a military operation for a period of 30 consecutive days or 60 non-consecutive days.

    Qualifying operations include: Operations Allied Force (24 March - 10 June 1999), Joint Guardian (11 June 1999 - dat to be determined), Allied Harbour (4 April - 1 September 1999), Sustain Hope/Shining Hope (4 April - 10 July 1999), Noble Anvil (24 March - 20 July 1999), and Kosovo Task Forces Hawk (5 April - 24 June 1999), Saber (31 March - 8 July 1999), Falcon (11 June 1999 - DTBD), and Hunter (1 April - 1 November 1999).

    This award is authorized only for Air Force personnel and is prohibited for issuance if another service or campaign medal has already been awarded for the particular operation.

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  • Air Force Achievement Anodized Medal
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    Air Force Achievement Anodized Medal

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    The Air Force Achievement Medal (AFAM) is a decoration awarded to Air Force personnel for an outstanding achievement or meritorious service not of the same nature that warrants receiving the Commendation medal. The AFAM is only awarded to junior personnel and is most often awarded to officers with the pay grade of O-4 and below, as well as enlisted personnel below the grade of E-7. The local commanders have the authority to give this award, thus broadening discretion when and for what action the medal may be awarded. The AFAM can be given in an area of combat but only for non-combat meritorious service and it is considered to be the lower of the U.S. Military's meritorious service medals. The Air Force Achievement medal acknowledges the contributions of the junior officers and enlisted personnel who are not eligible to receive the higher Commendation medal or the Meritorious Service Medal.

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  • Air Force Achievement Anodized Miniature Medal
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    Air Force Achievement Anodized Miniature Medal

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    The Air Force Achievement Medal (AFAM) is a decoration awarded to Air Force personnel for an outstanding achievement or meritorious service not of the same nature that warrants receiving the Commendation medal. The AFAM is only awarded to junior personnel and is most often awarded to officers with the pay grade of O-4 and below, as well as enlisted personnel below the grade of E-7. The local commanders have the authority to give this award, thus broadening discretion when and for what action the medal may be awarded. The AFAM can be given in an area of combat but only for non-combat meritorious service and it is considered to be the lower of the U.S. Military's meritorious service medals. The Air Force Achievement medal acknowledges the contributions of the junior officers and enlisted personnel who are not eligible to receive the higher Commendation medal or the Meritorious Service Medal.

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  • Air Force Achievement Medal
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    SKU: 102 AFAFAM

    Air Force Achievement Medal

    $ 19.99

    Air Force Achievement Medal

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Achievement Medal (AFAM) is a decoration awarded to Air Force personnel for an outstanding achievement or meritorious service not of the same nature that warrants receiving the Commendation medal. The AFAM is only awarded to junior personnel and is most often awarded to officers with the pay grade of O-4 and below, as well as enlisted personnel below the grade of E-7. The local commanders have the authority to give this award, thus broadening discretion when and for what action the medal may be awarded. The AFAM can be given in an area of combat but only for non-combat meritorious service and it is considered to be the lower of the U.S. Military's meritorious service medals. The Air Force Achievement medal acknowledges the contributions of the junior officers and enlisted personnel who are not eligible to receive the higher Commendation medal or the Meritorious Service Medal.

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  • Air Force Achievement Miniature Medal
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    SKU: 2002 AFACH-MINI

    Air Force Achievement Miniature Medal

    $ 8.50

    Air Force Achievement Miniature Medal

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Achievement Medal (AFAM) is a decoration awarded to Air Force personnel for an outstanding achievement or meritorious service not of the same nature that warrants receiving the Commendation medal. The AFAM is only awarded to junior personnel and is most often awarded to officers with the pay grade of O-4 and below, as well as enlisted personnel below the grade of E-7. The local commanders have the authority to give this award, thus broadening discretion when and for what action the medal may be awarded. The AFAM can be given in an area of combat but only for non-combat meritorious service and it is considered to be the lower of the U.S. Military's meritorious service medals. The Air Force Achievement medal acknowledges the contributions of the junior officers and enlisted personnel who are not eligible to receive the higher Commendation medal or the Meritorious Service Medal.

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  • Air Force Aerial Achievement Anodized Medal
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    Air Force Aerial Achievement Anodized Medal

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    The U.S. Air Force created the Air Force Aerial Achievement Medal (AFAAM) in 1988. The medal is given to personnel to acknowledge their contributions as part of the aircrew. These personnel members are not qualified for the Air Medal. The AFAAM is presented in the name of the Secretary of the Air Force to members of the U.S. Military or civilian personnel who distinguish themselves by sustained meritorious achievement while engaging in aerial flight during their service in the U.S. Air Force. These achievements are accomplished through distinction that sets them above and beyond the normal expectations of a professional airman. Unmanned aerial vehicle operators can also be given this award.

    The AFAAM is authorized by local commanders but the specific mission for the award is approved by a Major Air Force Command. In order to receive this medal, the minimum requirements are 20 flights of at least 2 hours with one flight per theater per day. To receive the basic AFAAM 14 flights may be used, but if this is the situation then 26 flights must be used for the first Oak Leaf Cluster. Enlisted personnel receive 3 promotion points per award.

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  • Air Force Aerial Achievement Anodized Miniature Medal
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    Air Force Aerial Achievement Anodized Miniature Medal

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    The U.S. Air Force created the Air Force Aerial Achievement Medal (AFAAM) in 1988. The medal is given to personnel to acknowledge their contributions as part of the aircrew. These personnel members are not qualified for the Air Medal. The AFAAM is presented in the name of the Secretary of the Air Force to members of the U.S. Military or civilian personnel who distinguish themselves by sustained meritorious achievement while engaging in aerial flight during their service in the U.S. Air Force. These achievements are accomplished through distinction that sets them above and beyond the normal expectations of a professional airman. Unmanned aerial vehicle operators can also be given this award.

    The AFAAM is authorized by local commanders but the specific mission for the award is approved by a Major Air Force Command. In order to receive this medal, the minimum requirements are 20 flights of at least 2 hours with one flight per theater per day. To receive the basic AFAAM 14 flights may be used, but if this is the situation then 26 flights must be used for the first Oak Leaf Cluster. Enlisted personnel receive 3 promotion points per award.

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  • Air Force Aerial Achievement Medal
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    SKU: 103 AFAAM

    Air Force Aerial Achievement Medal

    $ 26.39

    Air Force Aerial Achievement Medal

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    The U.S. Air Force created the Air Force Aerial Achievement Medal (AFAAM) in 1988. The medal is given to personnel to acknowledge their contributions as part of the aircrew. These personnel members are not qualified for the Air Medal. The AFAAM is presented in the name of the Secretary of the Air Force to members of the U.S. Military or civilian personnel who distinguish themselves by sustained meritorious achievement while engaging in aerial flight during their service in the U.S. Air Force. These achievements are accomplished through distinction that sets them above and beyond the normal expectations of a professional airman. Unmanned aerial vehicle operators can also be given this award.

    The AFAAM is authorized by local commanders but the specific mission for the award is approved by a Major Air Force Command. In order to receive this medal, the minimum requirements are 20 flights of at least 2 hours with one flight per theater per day. To receive the basic AFAAM 14 flights may be used, but if this is the situation then 26 flights must be used for the first Oak Leaf Cluster. Enlisted personnel receive 3 promotion points per award.

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  • Air Force Aerial Achievement Miniature Medal
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    SKU: 2003 AFAERL-MINI

    Air Force Aerial Achievement Miniature Medal

    $ 8.50

    Air Force Aerial Achievement Miniature Medal

    Criteria:

    The U.S. Air Force created the Air Force Aerial Achievement Medal (AFAAM) in 1988. The medal is given to personnel to acknowledge their contributions as part of the aircrew. These personnel members are not qualified for the Air Medal. The AFAAM is presented in the name of the Secretary of the Air Force to members of the U.S. Military or civilian personnel who distinguish themselves by sustained meritorious achievement while engaging in aerial flight during their service in the U.S. Air Force. These achievements are accomplished through distinction that sets them above and beyond the normal expectations of a professional airman. Unmanned aerial vehicle operators can also be given this award.

    The AFAAM is authorized by local commanders but the specific mission for the award is approved by a Major Air Force Command. In order to receive this medal, the minimum requirements are 20 flights of at least 2 hours with one flight per theater per day. To receive the basic AFAAM 14 flights may be used, but if this is the situation then 26 flights must be used for the first Oak Leaf Cluster. Enlisted personnel receive 3 promotion points per award.

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  • Air Force Civilian Achievement Award Medal
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    SKU: 273 AF-CIV-ACH

    Air Force Civilian Achievement Award Medal

    $ 19.79

    Air Force Civilian Achievement Award Medal

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Civilian Achievement Award Medal (AFCAAM) is given to particular Air Force civilian personnel for outstanding achievement and meritorious service provided on behalf of the United States Air Force. To achieve this it must be apparent in the service that the employee surpasses the basic service expectations of an individual with similar responsibilities. The AFCAAM may also be awarded while the employee is on temporary assignment or detail.

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