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  • Afghanistan Campaign Ribbon
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    SKU: 401 ARACMR

    Afghanistan Campaign Ribbon

    $ 1.39

    Afghanistan Campaign Ribbon

    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 Ribbon
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    SKU: 84339

    Afghanistan Commemorative Ribbon

    $ 2.49

    Afghanistan Commemorative Ribbon

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  • Air and Space Campaign Medal Ribbon
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    SKU: 402 AFASCMR

    Air and Space Campaign Medal Ribbon

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    Air and Space Campaign Medal Ribbon

    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 Force Achievement Medal Ribbon
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    SKU: 403 AFAFAMR

    Air Force Achievement Medal Ribbon

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    Air Force Achievement Medal Ribbon

    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 Medal Ribbon
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    Air force Aerial Achievement Medal Ribbon

    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 Ribbon
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    Air Force Civilian Achievement Award Medal Ribbon

    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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  • Air Force Civilian Award for Valor Medal Ribbon
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    Air Force Civilian Award for Valor Medal Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Civilian Award for Valor Medal (AFCAVM) is given to employees who illustrate great bravery and who voluntarily take personal risks that go beyond the call of duty, such as approaching or entering a burning aircraft in an attempt to rescue trapped victims. The AFCAVM award can be granted by the Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force or a major commander.

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  • Air Force Combat Action Medal Ribbon
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    Air Force Combat Action Medal Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Combat Action Medal (AFCAM) is granted to airmen who directly took part in active combat, whether it was in the air or on the ground while serving their official duty. In order to receive this award the airman's involvement must be documented and submitted by a person with first-hand knowledge of the incident to the first O-6 in their operational chain of command. This is then processed through the chain of command and then the Commander of Air Forces approves or disproves the request.

    For the purposes of this award, the combat conditions are met either when:

    •Individual(s) deliberately go outside the defended perimeter to conduct official duties - either ground or air, and come under enemy attack by lethal weapons while performing those duties, and are at risk of grave danger.

    •Individual(s) are defending the base (on the defended perimeter), and come under fire and engage the enemy with direct and lethal fire, and are at risk of grave danger; also meet the intent of combat conditions for the award.

    In addition, airmen that serve as crew members on a C130 and who contribute support to Coalition forces or airmen serving as a convoy escort operation that takes fire could be eligible to apply for the award. This medal was first awarded on June 17th, 2007 for actions from September 11th, 2001. The AFCAM award is worn directly after the Air Force Achievement Medal and before the Air Force Presidential Unit Citation.

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  • Air Force Command Civilian Award for Valor Medal Ribbon
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    Air Force Command Civilian Award for Valor Medal Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Command Civilan Award for Valor Medal (AFCCAVM) is granted to Air Force civilian personnel exhibiting bravery or competence in aiding others in an emergency whether it be on or off the job, and can be unrelated to performance of official duties. Examples of this type of action could consist of supervising an orderly exit from a building during a fire, keeping others calm, or executing proper course of action in an emergency.

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  • Air Force Commendation Medal Ribbon
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    SKU: 404 AFAFCMR

    Air Force Commendation Medal Ribbon

    $ 1.39

    Air Force Commendation Medal Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Commendation Medal (AFCM) is a mid-level award that is granted for prolonged acts of heroism or meritorious service. This medal is presented by local commanders which provides the opportunity for broad interpretation of the criteria for which the medal may be awarded. For valorous actions in direct contact with an enemy force the Valor device ("V" device) may be authorized as an attachment to the decoration. It was not until 1996 that the "V" device was authorized, prior to 1996 there was not a Valor distinction in effect for the Air Force Commendation Medal. This medal was first issued by the U.S. Air Force in 1958 with additional awards denoted by oak leaf clusters.

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  • Air Force Cross Medal Ribbon
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    SKU: 405 AFCMR

    Air Force Cross Medal Ribbon

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    Air Force Cross Medal Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Cross (AFC) is the second highest military decoration that can be granted to a member of the U.S. Air Force. The AFC is given to personnel for extraordinary heroism not justifying the award of the Medal of Honor. Bestowal eligibility includes: While engaged in action against an enemy of the U.S; while engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing foreign force; or, while serving with friendly foreign forces engaged in an armed conflict against an opposing armed force in which the U.S. is not a belligerent party.

    Additional awards of the AFC are annotated by oak leaf clusters, also the reverse of every AFC is engraved with the recipient's name.

    Note:

    The legacy of the U.S. Armed Forces veterans is highly protected and it is essential to the mission of USAMM. On occasion, orders are placed by customers for what we deem to be notably important and sacred awards. These awards are solely granted to military personnel for exceptional valor and heroism in combat and fall just short of the Medal of Honor. These awards are the following:

    1. Army Distinguished Service Cross

    2. Air Force Cross

    3. Navy Cross

    It is vital that we protect the legacy of these awards and their recipients.

    While these items are available to order through the website, we have a formal verification process that must take place before the awards are shipped. We also reserve the right to not ship them at all if proper verification cannot be provided. We take it as our responsibility to highly scrutinize any orders placed in our system for these particular awards before shipment. We have an investigative process that consists of searching national databases that list legitimate recipients. Not appearing in those databases will require submission of an official DD-214 or similar official paperwork authenticating the individual's receipt of the award.

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  • Air Force Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service Medal Ribbon
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    Air Force Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service Medal Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Decoration for Exceptional Civilian Service (AFDECS) is granted to Air Force civilian employees that have achieved their required duties for at least one year, resulting in profound Air Force-wide impact to programs as documented by the following: development of improved methods or procedures, initiation of revolutionary ideas, or unprecedented achievements or benefits to the government. Nominees for this award can be recommended as long as they have previously received the Meritorious Civilian Service Award.

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  • Air Force Distinguished Service Medal Ribbon
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    Air Force Distinguished Service Medal Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Distinguished Service Medal (DSM) is granted to any member of of the U.S. Air Force that has defined themselves by exceptional meritorious service to the U.S. government in a duty of great responsibility. This medal is generally granted only to officers that hold at least the rank of Major General. The DSM is often granted to senior Air Force generals, and was designed to replace the policy of granting the Army Distinguished Service Medal to Air Force personnel. Until 1955, the original title of the decoration was Distinguished Service Medal (Air Force). After the Korean War, the medal was called by its current name.

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  • Air Force Exemplary Civilian Service Award Medal Ribbon
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    Air Force Exemplary Civilian Service Award Medal Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Exemplary Civilian Service Award Medal (AFECSAM) is given to Air Force personnel who have engaged in designated duties for at least one year in an outstanding manner, or have achieved a single service that greatly contributes to the accomplishment of the command mission. During service there must be clear and evident examples of how the employee surpassed service expected of an individual with similar responsibilities.

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  • Air Force Expeditionary Ribbon
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    SKU: 407 AFAFESR

    Air Force Expeditionary Ribbon

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    Air Force Expeditionary Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Expeditionary Ribbon (AFESR) is an award of the U.S. Air Force that can be bestowed upon any Air Force personnel who complete a standard contingency deployment. These deployments are defined as 45 consecutive or 90 non-consecutive days in a deployed status. Individual deployments that last longer than the 45 or 90 day period are awarded only once, and do not count towards an additional award. If a service member is deployed to a designated combat zone a gold frame, or border, is worn on the ribbon. This gold border is only awarded once and is worn on the basic AFESR regardless of how many or few combat operations a service member was involved in.

    Created in June of 2003 the award is retroactive to October 1st, 1999. Additional awards are denoted by Oak Leaf Cluster devices.

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  • Air Force Expeditionary Ribbon With Gold Frame
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    Air Force Expeditionary Ribbon With Gold Frame

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Expeditionary Ribbon (AFESR) is an award of the U.S. Air Force that can be bestowed upon any Air Force personnel who complete a standard contingency deployment. These deployments are defined as 45 consecutive or 90 non-consecutive days in a deployed status. Individual deployments that last longer than the 45 or 90 day period are awarded only once, and do not count towards an additional award. If a service member is deployed to a designated combat zone a gold frame, or border, is worn on the ribbon. This gold border is only awarded once and is worn on the basic AFESR regardless of how many or few combat operations a service member was involved in.

    Created in June of 2003 the award is retroactive to October 1st, 1999. Additional awards are denoted by Oak Leaf Cluster devices.

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  • Air Force Good Conduct Medal Ribbon
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    SKU: 409 AFGCMR

    Air Force Good Conduct Medal Ribbon

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    Air Force Good Conduct Medal Ribbon

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Good Conduct Medal (AFGCM) is granted to any enlisted personnel of the U.S. military (except U.S. Air Force personnel after 2006) who completes three consecutive years of "honorable and faithful service." This type of service insinuates that a standard enlistment was completed without any non-judicial punishments, disciplinary infractions, or court martial offenses. If an offense is committed by a service member then the three-year mark "resets" and a service member must complete an additional three years of discipline free service before the Good Conduct may be accredited. The AFGCM was created June 1st, 1963 and then in October 2005 a decision was made to discontinue the medal with the justification that good conduct is presumed standard, not an exceptional occurrence worthy of recognition. Additional decorations for the AFGCM are denoted by oak leaf clusters.

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  • Air Force Longevity Service Award
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    SKU: 410 AFLSAR

    Air Force Longevity Service Award

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    Air Force Longevity Service Award

    Criteria:

    The Air Force Longevity Service Ribbon (AFLSR) was first created in 1957 by General Thomas D. White as an Air Force equivalent to the other branches service stripes worn on the sleeves of their uniforms. The award is presented to Air Force personnel after completing 4 years of service. Air Reserve and Air National Guard service also qualify as long as it was preformed in a drilling status with regular attendance of weekend drills and annual training.

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