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. Military Awards, Medals, & Decorations Cpl. Christopher Garland, a member of the California National Guard, receives the Army Commendation Medal for valor, and a Combat Medic Badge, at Forward department of the navy office of the secretary 1000 navy pentagon washington, dc secnavinst 1650.
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Manual of Military Decorations and Awards, DoD 1348. 33M (VOLUME 2) DoD Service Awards Campaign, Expeditionary, and Service Medals. Manual of Military Decorations and Awards, DoD 1348. 33M (VOLUME 3) The following display represents the correct order of precedence for medals andor ribbons most likely to be worn today on the Navy uniform.
Additional information on the proper display, placement or additional devices is found in SECNAVINST 1650. 1H and the U. S. Navy Uniform Regulations (NAVPERS I). Decorations and Medals (Awards) Discharge Certificates; Electronic Service Record (ESR) Electronic Submission; NEOCS Manual.
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US military medals and ribbons are properly worn on chests, lapels and collars of conventional civilian dress.