Coast guard awards and medals manual

United States Coast Guard U. S. Department of Homeland Security. United States Coast Guard Mission Support Home. CG Home Page Overview News Room Reserve Coast Guard Military Medals and Awards Manual, COMDTINST M. 1650. 25E. Recognition Manual, COMDTINST M1650. 26. Mailing Address: COMMANDER PERSONNEL governing the military medals and awards for all Coast Guard personnel Active and Reserve and all other service members assigned to duty with the Coast Guard.

2. This unique electronic book on CDROM has a complete reproduction of U. S. Coast Guard manuals, Medals and Awards Manual (CIM 42 rows  Note: Manuals will not be available in hardcopy unless the local Command (e) Coast Guard Pay Manual, COMDTINST M7220. 29 (series) (f) Military Qualifications and Insignia, COMDTINST M1200. 1 (series) (g) Medals and Awards Manual, COMDTINST M1650. 25 (series) Auxiliary Awards. As stated in the Auxiliary Manual, the recognition of Auxiliarists, for their service, through the presentation of timely and appropriate awards, is essential to the success of the Auxiliary Program.

Coast Guard Presidential Unit Citation. Secretary's Outstanding Unit Award. coast guard order of displaywear Wear of United States military medals or ribbons on recreational clothing such as baseball caps and Tshirts is prohibited. US military medals and ribbons are properly worn on chests, lapels and collars of conventional civilian dress. The Coast Guard protects America's economic, national and border security. Awards Guide 4 Title of National Award AFRAS SILVER AWARD (ASSOCIATION FOR RESCUE AT SEA) Purpose The AFRAS Silver Medal is awarded for heroic, uniquely distinguished, rescue at sea by a U.

S. Coast Guard Auxiliarist. Awards and decorations of the United States Coast Guard are military medals and ribbons of the United States Coast Guard which are currently issued under the authority of the Department of Homeland Security. Prior to 2002, COAST GUARD MILITARY MEDALS AND AWARDS MANUAL. The Commandant of the Coast Guard (CCG), via Commander, Coast Guard Personnel Service Center (CG PSC), may issue directives and changes as required, to amplify and modify the provisions of this Manual to meet special situations.

The Coast Guards only dedicated surge force, the Reserve, is a contingencybased workforce trained locally and deployed globally to provide appropriately trained personnel to meet mission requirements within the prioritized focus areas of Defense Operations, Ports, Waterways, and Coastal Security, Incident Response and Management, &