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Active Duty Ribbons

Slide on ribbon awards. High quality award ribbons for Active Duty. Army, Air Force (USAF), Navy (USN), Marine Corps (USMC Marines) & Coast Guard (USCG) units ribbons

Afghanistan Campaign Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-001

Afghanistan Campaign Medal Award Slide on Ribbon
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$1.44
Air Force Achievement Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-002

Air Force Achievement Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon for USAF Ribbon Only. BACKGROUND This award was authorized by the Secretary of the Air Force on Oct. 20, 1980. It is awarded to Air Force personnel for outstanding achievement or meritorious service rendered specifically on behalf of the Air Force. It may also be awarded for acts of courage lesser than for award of the Air Force Commendation Medal (AFCM). RIBBON DESCRIPTION The ribbon has three sets of four vertical stripes of ultramarine blue on a silver gray background. AUTHORIZED DEVICES Oak Leaf Cluster and Valor "V" Device Credit: http://www.afpc.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/421869/air-force-achievement-medal/
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$1.44
Air Force Commendation Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-003

Air Force Commendation Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon for USAF Ribbon Only. BACKGROUND This award was authorized by the Secretary of the Air Force on March 28, 1958, for award to members of the armed forces of the United States who, while serving in any capacity with the Air Force after March 24, 1958, shall have distinguished themselves by meritorious achievement and service. The degree of merit must be distinctive, though it need not be unique. Acts of courage which do not involve the voluntary risk of life required for the Soldier's Medal (or the Airman's Medal now authorized for the Air Force) may be considered for the Air Force Commendation Medal.
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$1.44
Air Force Ribbon Unit: Overseas Long Tour

Product ID: JDT-61-004

Air Force Ribbon Unit Overseas-Long Tour Award Slide on Ribbon for USAF Ribbon Only BACKGROUND Authorized by the Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force, Oct. 12, 1980. Before Jan. 6, 1986, the ribbon was awarded to Air Force and Air Force Reserve members credited with completion of an overseas tour on or after Sept. 1, 1980. Air Force and Air Force Reserve members serving as of Jan. 6, 1986, or later are entitled to reflect all Air Force overseas tours credited during their career. A service member may wear both the long tour and short tour ribbons if they have met the ribbon's eligibility requirements. The short tour ribbon takes precedence over the long tour ribbon when both are worn.
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$1.44
Air Force Ribbon Unit: Overseas Short Tour

Product ID: JDT-61-005

Air Force Ribbon Unit Overseas-Short Tour Award Slide on Ribbon for USAF Ribbon Only BACKGROUND Authorized by the Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force, Oct. 12, 1980. Before Jan. 6, 1986, the ribbon was awarded to Air Force and Air Force Reserve members credited with completion of an overseas tour on or after Sept. 1, 1980. Air Force and Air Force Reserve members serving as of Jan. 6, 1986, or later are entitled to reflect all Air Force overseas tours credited during their career. A service member may wear both ribbons, if appropriate. The short tour ribbon takes precedence over the long-tour ribbon when both are worn.
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$1.44
Armed Forces Service Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-006

Armed Forces Service Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon Ribbon Only BACKGROUND This award, authorized by Executive Order 12985, Jan. 11, 1996, is awarded to members of the armed forces of the U.S. who, after June 1, 1992: (1) participate, or have participated, as members of U.S. military units, in a U.S. military operation that is deemed to be a significant activity by the Joint Chiefs of Staff; and (2) encounter no foreign armed opposition or imminent threat of hostile action. CRITERIA Refer to DOD 1348.33 Vol 2 and/or the DOD Personnel and Readiness webpage for specific individual eligibility requirements and announced operations. AUTHORIZED DEVICE Service Star Credit: http://www.afpc.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/421877/armed-forces-service-medal/
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$1.44
Army Achievement Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-007

Army Achievement Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon Ribbon Only
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$1.44
Army Commendation Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-008

Army Commendation Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon
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$1.44
Army Overseas Service Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-009

Armed Overseas Service Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon Ribbon Only
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$1.44
Combat Action Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-028

Combat Action Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon. Ribbon Only. Award ribbons for Active Duty.
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$1.44
Defence Meritorious Service Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-010

Defence Meritorious Service Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon Ribbon Only BACKGROUND This ribbon was established by Executive Order 12019 on Nov. 3, 1977, when President Carter signed the order establishing it. The Defense Meritorious Service Medal is awarded to military personnel serving with or assigned to a number of joint activities including The Secretary of Defense, Organizations of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Headquarters of Joint Commands. Other joint activities and specified commands such as Military Assistance Advisory Groups and Joint Missions; and jointly manned staffs within Allied Command Europe, Allied Command Atlantic, the NATO Military Committee, and military agencies associated with functions of the military or other joint activities as may be designated by the Secretary are also included. CRITERIA The medal (pictured above) is awarded for noncombat meritorious achievement or service that is incontestably exceptional and of magnitude that clearly places the individual above his peers while serving in one of the assignments for which the ribbon has been designated. RIBBON DESCRIPTION The ribbon has three light blue and two white narrow stripes in the center flanked by a wide stripe of white and wide stripe of purplish red edged by a narrow stripe of white. AUTHORIZED DEVICES Oak Leaf Cluster Credit: http://www.afpc.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/421928/defense-meritorious-service-medal/
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$1.44
DOT 9-11 Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-029

DOT 9-11 Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon. Ribbon Only Transportation 9-11 Ribbon (Lapel Pin for Civilians). 1. Eligibility Requirements. Awarded to an individual serving in any capacity within the DOT, Merchant Marines or other civilians, for an act or service that contributed to recovery from the attacks of September 11 2001, force protection following the attacks, or efforts that directly contributed to the increased infrastructure security effort between September 11, 2001 and September 11, 2002. The award may be made posthumously and the decoration, certification and citation presented to the next of kin with appropriate ceremony. Specifically, it may be awarded to the following authorized personnel: a. Coast Guard units that shifted Operational Control (OPCON) to Operations Enduring Freedom, Noble Eagle, or Protecting Liberty for any amount of time between September 11, 2001 and September 11, 2002. b. All personnel involved in patrolling harbors, critical infrastructure facilities, escorting high interest vessels, and conducting boardings of vessels entering U. S. waters during the period of September 11, 2001 to September 11, 2002. Participation in these operations must be no less than 14 days. c. All personnel to include active, reserve, auxiliary, and civilian personnel that manned or augmented for no less than 14 days, Coast Guard, DOT, FEMA and DOD command centers (including Operations Centers at Groups and above, COTP ICS, FEMA Regional Operations Centers and VTS) between September 11, 2001 and September 11, 2002. Credit: http://www.uscg.mil/auxiliary/publications/alcoast/9-11Award.asp
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$1.44
Global War On Terroism Service Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-011

Global War On Terrorism Service Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon Ribbon Only BACKGROUND In March 2003, President Bush approved the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal for award to Air Force active duty, Reserve and Guard personnel as recognition for their service in the Global War on Terrorism. CRITERIA The Chief of Staff of the Air Force authorizes the wearing of the GWOT-S for those individuals who either directly or indirectly supported the designated operations. Individuals must have participated in or served in support of the Global War on Terrorism-specified operations on or after Sept. 11, 2001 to a future date to be determined: Airport Security operations (OSA – Sept. 27, 2001 to May 31, 2002); Operation Noble Eagle (One), Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF), and Operation Iraqi Freedom (OIF). Service members must be assigned, attached or mobilized to a unit participating in or serving in support of designated operations for 30 consecutive days or 60 nonconsecutive days there is no time limit required for nonconsecutive days to be accumulated or meet one of the following criteria: -Be engaged in actual combat against the enemy and under circumstances involving grave danger of death or serious bodily injury from enemy action -While participating in the specified operation, regardless of time, is killed, wounded or injured requiring medical evacuation. Personnel supporting the Global War on Terrorism in a non-deployed status, whether stationed at home or overseas are eligible for the GWOT-S. Examples of this support include: maintaining/loading weapons systems for combat missions, securing installations against terrorism, augmenting command posts or crisis action teams, and processing personnel for deployment in support of the Global War on Terrorism. Credit: http://www.afpc.af.mil/About-Us/Fact-Sheets/Display/Article/421912/global-war-on-terrorism-service-medal/
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$1.44
Humanitarian Service Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-012

Humanitarian Service Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon Ribbon Only BACKGROUND This ribbon was authorized by Executive Order 11965, Jan. 19, 1977. It was established to honor personnel of the armed forces of the United States who distinguished themselves by meritorious direct participation (hands on) in a significant military act or operation of a humanitarian nature, or have rendered a service to mankind. Specifically excluded from eligibility are service members or elements remaining at a geographically separated location or to a location and did not make a direct contribution to influence the action. CRITERIA The number of eligible operations are too numerous to mention and have included a wide variety of services from the first operation of the Guyana Disaster Relief in Jonestown, Guyana in 1978 and have included disaster, flood, tornado, and earthquake relief work and snow removal work. Also included were Operation BOAT PEOPLE, Evacuation of Laos, Cuban Refugee Resettlement, Beirut Evacuation, Cholera Epidemic in Turk Islands and operations of humanitarian aid in the United States and every corner of the world. Please refer to DOD 1348.33 Vol 2 and/or the DOD Personnel and Readiness webpage for approved operations. Members can also view the myPers article: Approved Operations for Award of the Humanitarian Service Medal.
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$1.44
Iraq Campaign Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-013

Iraq Campaign Medal Award Slide on Ribbon Unit. Ribbon Only
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$1.44
Joint Meritorious Unit Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-024

Joint Meritorious Unit Award Slide on Ribbon. Ribbon Only BACKGROUND Authorized by the Secretary of Defense on June 10, 1981, this award was originally called the Department of Defense Meritorious Unit Award. It is awarded in the name of the Secretary of Defense to joint activities for meritorious achievement or service, superior to that which is normally expected, for actions in the following situations; combat with an armed enemy of the United States, a declared national emergency, or under extraordinary circumstances that involve national interests. All joint units and activities (as defined in DOD 1348.33-M, paragraph B.1.) are eligible for award of the Joint Meritorious Unit Award (JMUA) in recognition of exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding service. However, a unit's or activities outstanding accomplishment of its normally assigned and expected mission is not in and of itself sufficient justification for award approval. Instead, qualifying achievements must be superior to that which is expected under one of the following conditions and should be operational in nature.
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$1.44
Joint Service Achievement Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-014

Joint Service Achievement Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon Ribbon Only BACKGROUND Established on Aug. 3, 1983, this award was established by and is awarded in the name of the Secretary of Defense for either outstanding achievement or meritorious service and takes precedence before the achievement medals of the military services. It may not be awarded for any act or period of service which an Achievement Medal of a military service is awarded, and it should not be awarded for retirement.
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$1.44
Joint Service Commendation Ribbon Unit

Product ID: JDT-61-015

Joint Service Commendation Ribbon Unit Award Slide on Ribbon Ribbon Only BACKGROUND This decoration, established by the Department of Defense on June 25, 1963, is awarded by the office of the Secretary of Defense, the Joint Chiefs of Staff, and other Department of Defense agencies or joint activities reporting through the Joint Chiefs of Staff. Any member of the armed forces who distinguishes himself by meritorious achievement or service while serving in any specified activity after Jan. 1, 1965, is eligible for this award. However, it will not be awarded for any period of service for which any of the Commendation Medals of the branches of the armed forces are given.
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$1.44