MCJROTC AWARDS LIST

MCO 1533.6E – AWARDS MANUAL

AWARDS OUTSIDE OF UNIT AUTHORITY

1.  LEGION OF VALOR

AWARD: LEGION OF VALOR: (1) Have an MCJROTC class standing in the top 25 percent of their class to be considered. (2) Have a school academic class standing in the top 25 percent of their class to be considered. (3) Have demonstrated exemplary military leadership. (4) Have demonstrated academic leadership (demonstrated qualities of leadership in scholastic activities, student organizations, community activities, and interscholastic athletic participation). (5) Nominees must be enrolled in MCJROTC their senior year in order to be eligible for this award. (6) Selection: Senior Marine Instructors will recommend one junior year cadet for the Legion of Valor Bronze Cross for Achievement. The nomination will be submitted in accordance with current TECOM guidance. Names of recipients will be referred to the Legion of Valor, Incorporated, by the CG TECOM (C 46JR). (7) Sponsor: The Legion of Valor, Incorporated (8) Presentation: Awards will be presented per the established policy. The presentation of the Bronze Cross for Achievement must be made as early in the cadet’s senior year as possible. Preferably, a member of the Legion of Valor will make the presentation. (9) Medal: TIH-approved ribbon (3302) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

2.  MCRA OUTSTANDING UNIT AWARD

Award – Marine Corps Reserve Association (MCRA) Outstanding Unit Award. Criteria: Authorized for those cadets whose unit received recognition by placing first in competition for the outstanding MCJROTC unit. (1) Selection: The Senior Marine Instructor will ensure that only those cadets who were members of the unit at the time of competition are eligible to wear this unit award. (2) Sponsor: Marine Corps Reserve Association (MCRA) (3) Presentation: Award will be presented per local policy and should include a member of MCRA whenever possible. (4) Ribbon: TIH approved ribbon N-1-9.

3.  AMERICAN LEGION BRONZE MEDAL FOR SCHOLASTIC EXCELLENCE

Award: American Legion Bronze Medal for Scholastic Excellence. Criteria: For the Scholastic Excellence Award, the cadet must: (1) Have an academic average earned on all courses other than MCJROTC in the upper 10 percent of the class. (2) Have grades in all MCJROTC subjects within the top 25 percent of that unit. (3) Have demonstrated qualities of leadership. Have actively participated in related student activities such as student organizations, constructive activities, or sports. (4) Selection: The Senior Marine Instructor and the school principal may select one cadet for this award. A cadet will not be precluded from receiving the award for scholastic excellence and the award for military excellence within the same school year, or for more than one school year. (5) Sponsor: The American Legion. Contact the nearest chapter or write: American Legion 700 N. Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46206 www.legion.org (6) Presentation: Per the local school and legion post policies. (7) Medal: TIH-approved ribbon (5504) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

4.  AMERICAN LEGION MEDAL FOR MILITARY EXCELLENCE

Award: American Legion Bronze Medal for Military Excellence. Criteria: For the Military Excellence Award, the cadet must: (1) Be in the upper 25 percent of the class in academic standing, including all MCJROTC subjects. (2) Have demonstrated outstanding qualities in military leadership, discipline, character, and citizenship. (3) Selection: The Senior Marine Instructor and the school principal may select one cadet for this award. A cadet will not be precluded from receiving the award for scholastic excellence and the award for military excellence within the same school year. (4) Sponsor: The American Legion. Contact the nearest chapter or write: American Legion 700 N. Pennsylvania Street Indianapolis, Indiana 46206 www.legion.org (5) Presentation: Per the local school and legion post policies. (6) Medal: TIH-approved ribbon (5504) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

5.  SONS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION JOROTC BRONZE MEDAL

Award: Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) JROTC Bronze Medal. Criteria: Awarded to a junior cadet who has exhibited the highest standards of leadership, soldierly bearing, and excellence. 3-2 Enclosure (3) (1) Selection: The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility for this award. One recipient per year. (2) Sponsor: Sons of the American Revolution. Contact the nearest chapter or write: National Society, Sons of the American Revolution 1000 South Fourth Street Louisville, Kentucky 40203 www.sar.org (3) Presentation: Per the established policies of the school and the local sponsor. (4) Medal: TIH-approved ribbon (1111) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

6.  DAUGHTERS OF AMERICAN REVOLUTION JROTC BRONZE MEDAL

Award: DAUGHTERS OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION (DAR) JROTC BRONZE MEDAL. Criteria: The graduating cadet must: (1) Be in the upper 25 percent of the graduating class in all subjects, including MCJROTC. (2) Have demonstrated qualities of dependability and good character, adherence to military discipline, leadership ability, and a fundamental and patriotic understanding of the importance of JROTC training. (3) Selection: The Senior Marine Instructor and the school principal will select the recipient. (4) Sponsor: Daughters of the American Revolution. Contact the nearest chapter or write: The National Defense Committee National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution 1776 D Street Washington, DC 20006 www.dar.org (5) Presentation: Presentation of this medal is to be made by a chapter regent, national defense chairwoman, or a representative appointed by the DAR. (6) Medal: TIH-approved ribbon (5415) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

7.  MILITARY ORDERS OF WORLD WARS BRONZE MEDAL

Award: Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW) Bronze Medal. Criteria: This award is to be presented to an outstanding first year cadet. The cadet must: (1) Excel in both military and scholastic activities during the year. (2) Be in good standing in all military and scholastic courses at the time of selection and presentation of the award. (3) Have indicated, by grades, extracurricular activities, individual endeavor, and a desire to serve the United States. (4) Have committed to continue in the MCJROTC program for the next school year. 3-3 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 (5) Selection: The Senior Marine Instructor and the school principal will select the recipient. (6) Sponsor: The Military Order of the World Wars (MOWW). Contact the nearest chapter or write: National MOWW Headquarters 435 North Lee Street Alexandria, Virginia 22314 E-mail: Mowwhq@AOL.COM (7) Presentation: By an MOWW member or an active duty or retired member of the armed forces who participated in hostilities while in service. The award will be made at an appropriate ceremony. (8) Medal: TIH-approved medal ribbon (1115) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

8.  MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA MEDAL

AWARD: MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA (MOAA) JROTC MEDAL CRITERIA: Presented to a cadet for outstanding academic achievement. The cadet must: a. Be in top 10 percent of the class. b. Have an “A” average in MCJROTC subjects. c. Hold an officers billet in the unit. d. Be in the junior year of high school. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor and the school principal will select the recipient. SPONSOR: The Military Officer Association of America. Contact the nearest chapter or write: Military Officers Association of America 201 North Washington Street Alexandria, Virginia 22134 www.moaa.org PRESENTATION: Preferably a member of the association. MEDAL: TIH-approved ribbon (3606) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

9.  VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS JROTC BRONZE MEDAL

AWARD: VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS JROTC BRONZE MEDAL CRITERIA: This award is to be presented to cadets who possess individual characteristics contributing to leadership both in and out of uniform. A minimum grade of “B” in MCJROTC, and a “C” in overall school academics. The cadet must be active in at least one other extracurricular activity or club and may not be a former recipient of the award. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select one senior, junior, and sophomore cadet as recipients. 3-4 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 SPONSOR: Veterans of Foreign Wars National Headquarters 406 W. 34th Street Kansas City, Missouri 64111 info@vfw.org PRESENTATION: Awarded per local policies. MEDAL: TIH-approved ribbon (5123) and medals are provided by the sponsor.

10.  DAEDALIAN JROTC ACHIEVEMENT MEDAL

AWARD: DAEDALIAN JROTC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to a junior cadet who has demonstrated an understanding and appreciation of patriotism, love of country and service to the nation. Shows a desire and potential to pursue a military career, ranked in upper 10 percent of the MCJROTC junior class, and 20 percent of the school’s junior class. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select a junior cadet who meets criteria. SPONSOR: The Daedalian Foundation P.0. Box 249 Randolph AFB, Texas 78148-0249 www.daedalians.org PRESENTATION: Whenever possible by a member of a local Daedalian Flight. MEDAL: TIH-approved ribbon (1106) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

11.  WOMEN MARINES ASSOCIATION RIBBON

AWARD: WOMEN MARINES ASSOCIATION (WMA) AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CADET CRITERIA: Presented annually to the outstanding cadet in the unit who: a. Is participating in at least the second year of MCJROTC. b. Has satisfactory record of academic accomplishment and citizenship. c. Has the highest leadership education grades in the MCJROTC unit. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the recipient and provide information of the nominee to the designated point of contact in the WMA no later than 1 April. SPONSOR: Women Marines Association. Contact the nearest chapter or write: Women Marines Association P.O. Box 10128 Moreno Valley, California 92552 www.womenmarines.org PRESENTATION: Presented at an appropriate ceremony by a member of WMA or the Senior Marine Instructor. 3-5 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon (5119) and citation are provided by the sponsor.

12. NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS (NCOA) ASSOCIATION

AWARD: NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICERS (NCOA) ASSOCIATION CRITERIA: Awarded annually to the most outstanding cadet NCO in the unit during the past school year. No minimum time in program is specified. However, the award must be made to the cadet NCO/SNCO who has consistently exhibited the best military bearing, personal appearance, deportment and leadership ability. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the eligible cadet in accordance with the above criteria. SPONSOR: Noncommissioned Officers Association (NCOA). Contact the nearest chapter or write: Noncommissioned Officers Association Junior ROTC Award Coordinator 16771 W. Tonbridge Surprise, Arizona 85374-6821 E-mail: ncoajrotc@aol.com PRESENTATION: Presented at a ceremony by the NCOA representative or the Senior Marine Instructor. MEDAL: TIH-approved ribbon (3401) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

13.  MILITARY ORDER OF THE PURPLE HEART JROTC MEDAL

AWARD: MILITARY ORDER OF THE PURPLE HEART JROTC MEDAL CRITERIA: The award is awarded to a deserving cadet who combines both military and scholastic excellence with strong leadership skills. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the eligible cadet in accordance with the above criteria. SPONSOR: Military Order of the Purple Heart. Contact the nearest chapter or write: Military Order of the Purple Heart 5413-B Backlick Road Springfield, Virginia 22151-3960 infor@purpleheart.org PRESENTATION: Presented at a ceremony by an MOPH representative or the Senior Marine Instructor. MEDAL: TIH-approved (3007) ribbon and medal are provided by the sponsor.

14. NAVY LEAGUE YOUTH MEDAL

AWARD: NAVY LEAGUE YOUTH MEDAL CRITERIA: The award is presented to an outstanding cadet in recognition of his/her professionalism and academic excellence and dedication to the MCJROTC program. 3-6 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the eligible cadet in accordance with the above criteria. SPONSOR: Navy League of the United States. Contact the nearest chapter or write: Navy League of the United States 2300 Wilson Blvd. Arlington, Virginia 22201-3308 www.navyleague.org PRESENTATION: Presented at a ceremony by an MOPH representative or the Senior Marine Instructor. MEDAL: TIH-approved ribbon (3516) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

15.  RESERVE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION JROTC MEDAL

AWARD: RESERVE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION JROTC MEDAL CRITERIA: The award is presented to a deserving cadet who has demonstrated outstanding competence in military skills and has contributed to the common good of the school, community, and nation. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the eligible cadet in accordance with the above criteria. SPONSOR: Reserve Officers Association. Contact the nearest chapter or write: Reserve Officers Association One Constitution Avenue Washington, DC 20002-5655 www.roa.org PRESENTATION: By a local member of the Reserve Officers Association or the Senior Marine Instructor. MEDAL: TIH-approved ribbon (8010) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

16.  NAVAL RESERVE ASSOCIATION JROTC MEDAL

AWARD: NAVAL RESERVE ASSOCIATION JROTC MEDAL CRITERIA: The award is presented to a cadet in recognition of his/her outstanding service and dedication to the MCJROTC program, academic excellence and desire to serve the school, community, and nation. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the eligible cadet in accordance with the above criteria. SPONSOR: Naval Reserve Association. Contact the nearest chapter or write: Naval Reserve Association 1619 King Street Alexandria, Virginia 22314-3647 www.navy-reserve.org 3-7 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 PRESENTATION: By a local member of the Naval Reserve Association or the Senior Marine Instructor. MEDAL: TIH-approved ribbon (6030) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

17.  AMERICAN VETERANS (AMVETS) JROTC MEDAL

AWARD: AMERICAN VETERANS (AMVETS) JROTC MEDAL CRITERIA: The award is presented to a cadet for diligence in the discharge of duties and the willingness to serve school, community and nation. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the eligible cadet in accordance with the above criteria. SPONSOR: American Veterans. Contact the nearest chapter school or write: American Veterans 4647 Forbes Blvd. Lanham, Maryland 20706 E-mail: amvets@amvets.org PRESENTATION: By a local member of AMVETS or the Senior Marine Instructor. MEDAL: TIH-approved ribbon (1112) and medal are provided by the sponsor.
18.  NATIONAL SOJOURNERS MEDAL

AWARD: NATIONAL SOJOURNERS AWARD CRITERIA: Presented annually to an enrolled cadet, a sophomore or junior, not previously a recipient who: a. Is enrolled for the next year. b. Is in the top 25 percent. a. Has encouraged and demonstrated the ideals of Americanism. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select an eligible cadet. SPONSOR: National Sojourners, Inc. Contact the nearest chapter or write: The National Sojourners, Inc. 8301 East Boulevard Drive Alexandria, Virginia 22308 PRESENTATION: By a local member of the National Sojourners or the Senior Marine Instructor. MEDAL: TIH-approved ribbon (3613) and medal are provided by the sponsor.

19.  SCOTTISH RITE JROTC MEDAL

AWARD: SCOTTISH RITE JROTC MEDAL CRITERIA: The award is presented to a cadet who has encouraged and demonstrated Americanism by deeds or conduct through participation in extra-curricular activities or unit 3-8 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 sponsored community projects and has demonstrated exceptional dependability, character, self-discipline, citizenship and patriotism. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the eligible cadet in accordance with the above criteria. SPONSOR: The Scottish Rite. Contact the nearest chapter or write: Scottish Rite 1733 16th Street NW Washington, DC 20009-3103 PRESENTATION: By a local member of the Scottish Rite or the Senior Marine Instructor. MEDAL: TIH-approved medal (3005) and ribbon are provided by the sponsor.

 

 

 

AWARDS WITHIN UNIT AUTHORITY

1.  ITW PRIDE BN CADET CANDIDATE SCHOOL RIBBON

AWARD: ITW PRIDE BN CADET CANDIDATE SCHOOL RIBBON: AWARDED TO ALL CANDIDATES THAT RECEIVE A GRADUATION DIPLOMA FROM THE ITW PRIDE BN CADET CANDIDATE SCHOOL WITH A MINIMUM 80% AVERAGE SCORE.

2.  OUTSTANDING CADET RIBBON

AWARD: OUTSTANDING CADET AWARD CRITERIA: Presented annually to the cadet who demonstrates: a. Consistent superior performance in all facets of the Leadership Education Course. b. Academic achievement in the top 25 percent of the class in all academic subjects including MCJROTC. c. Exceptional qualities of leadership, discipline, character, military bearing, and military proficiency. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor and school principal will select one cadet annually. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-3-3. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem shall denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

3.  STUDENT LEADERSHIP RIBBON

AWARD: STUDENT LEADERSHIP AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to cadets who hold an elected office in the student body of the school. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will determine those cadets eligible for the annual award. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-3-6. The bronze, silver and gold Lamp of Learning device will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

4.  CADET OFFICER LEADERSHIP RIBBON

AWARD: OFFICER LEADERSHIP AWARD CRITERIA: Presented annually to that cadet officer who has demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities, discipline, character, military bearing, and military proficiency. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the eligible cadet. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-3-5. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem device shall denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

5. CADET SNCO/NCO LEADERSHIP RIBBON

AWARD: NONCOMMISSIONED OFFICER LEADERSHIP AWARD CRITERIA: Presented annually to that cadet noncommissioned officer who has demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities, discipline, character, military bearing, and military proficiency. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will select the eligible cadet. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-3-4. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem device shall be used to denote second, third and fourth award respectively.

6.  CIVIC SERVICE RIBBON

AWARD: CIVIC SERVICE AWARD CRITERIA: This award may be used to recognize outstanding community service or noteworthy unit participation performed by a cadet. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH ribbon number N-4-4. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem device shall be used to designate second, third and fourth award respectively.

7.  BEST DRILL CADET

AWARD: BEST DRILL CADET AWARD CRITERIA: Presented annually to the cadet(s) who demonstrate superior performance in comparison with other cadets in the following categories: a. Manual of arms in position. b. Manual of arms while marching. c. Military bearing and appearance. 3-10 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-3-1. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem shall be used to denote second, third and fourth award respectively.

8. DISTINGUISHED SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT RIBBON

AWARD: DISTINGUISHED SCHOLASTIC ACHIEVEMENT AWARD CRITERIA: Awarded annually to the cadet(s) who have maintained an “A” average in academic subjects to include MCJROTC Leadership Education, and/or be in the top 10 percent of the class. SELECTION: The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility of cadet(s). SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon 1170. The bronze, silver and gold Lamp of Learning device shall be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

9. ARTS AND ACADEMICS RIBBON

AWARD: ARTS AND ACADEMICS AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to any cadet who participates in Interscholastic competition pertaining to academics or the arts. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-1-3. The bronze, silver and gold Lamp of Learning device will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

10. DISTINGUISHED MILITARY TRAINING RIBBON

AWARD: DISTINGUISHED MILITARY TRAINING AWARD CRITERIA: Presented annually to a cadet who demonstrates outstanding proficiency and achievement in all facets of the MCJROTC program. SELECTION: This award may be presented to more than one cadet annually. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility for this award. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. 3-11 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 RIBBON: TIH ribbon number N-1-2. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem device will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

11. PHYSICAL ACHIEVEMENT RIBBON

AWARD: PHYSICAL ACHIEVEMENT AWARD CRITERIA: Awarded to any cadet who scores 250 or more points on the National Youth physical Fitness Program test sponsored by the Marine Corps League. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-2-1. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem device will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

12. ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION RIBBON

AWARD: ATHLETIC PARTICIPATION AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to cadets who participate in interscholastic athletics. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-1-5. The bronze, silver and gold Lamp of Learning will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

13. LONGEVITY/FIDELITY RIBBON

AWARD: LONGEVITY/FIDELITY AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to those cadets who have successfully participated in the MCJROTC program for two years and have met all the requirements of Leadership Education I (LE I) and Leadership Education II (LE II). In the event a senior student is enrolled in LE II, the award may be made at the commencement of the cadet’s final semester in the program. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH ribbon number N-4-1. The bronze Marine Corps emblem will be attached to the ribbon on initial presentation. The silver and gold Marine Corps emblem will be used to denote third and fourth year participation in the MCJROTC program respectively.

14. DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT RIBBON

AWARD: DISTINGUISHED CONDUCT AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to any cadet whose conduct and demeanor are worthy of special recognition. Individuals shall not have received a detention for the academic year and any demerits of adverse conduct reports from any staff or faculty member for the entire year. SELECTION: This award may be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: The award will be presented in accordance with local policy. RIBBON: TIH ribbon number N-3-7. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

15. BEST DRILL SQUAD RIBBON

AWARD: BEST DRILL SQUAD AWARD CRITERIA: Presented annually to those cadets comprising the best drill squad. The best drill squad is determined, through competition with other drill squads in the unit, to be superior in the following categories: a. Manual of arms in position. b. Manual of arms while marching. c. Military bearing and appearance. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. 3-13 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 RIBBON: TIH ribbon number N-3-10. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem device will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

16. COLOR GUARD RIBBON

AWARD: COLOR GUARD AWARD CRITERIA: Awarded to those cadets who distinguish themselves as members of the unit’s color guard. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-3-2. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem device will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

17. DRILL TEAM RIBBON

AWARD: DRILL TEAM AWARD CRITERIA: Presented annually to those cadets who comprise the unit drill team in drill team competition. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH ribbon number 5216. The bronze, silver and gold bar device lettered “DRILL TEAM” will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

18. BAND/DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS RIBBON

AWARD: BAND/DRUM AND BUGLE CORPS AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to those cadets who distinguish themselves in the school’s band/drum and bugle corps. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-3-8. The bronze, silver and gold bar device lettered “BAND” will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

19. RIFLE TEAM RIBBON

AWARD: RIFLE TEAM AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to those cadets who distinguish themselves on the unit’s rifle team(s). 3-14 Enclosure (3) MCO 1533.6E 17 Nov 2008 SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH-approved ribbon N-2-4. The bronze, silver and gold bar device lettered “RIFLE TEAM” will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

20. ORIENTEERING TEAM RIBBON

AWARD: ORIENTEERING TEAM AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to those cadets who distinguish themselves on the unit’s orienteering team(s). SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH ribbon number 5204. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem device will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

21. RECRUITING RIBBON

AWARD: RECRUITING AWARD CRITERIA: Presented to those cadets who have contributed to the growth of the unit by taking an active role in recruiting cadets into the MCJROTC program. SELECTION: This award will be presented to any qualifying cadet on an annual basis. The Senior Marine Instructor will determine eligibility. The student recruited must complete a successful year with a GPA of 3.0 SPONSOR: The Commandant of the Marine Corps. PRESENTATION: Presented per local policy. RIBBON: TIH ribbon number 3410. The bronze, silver and gold Marine Corps emblem device will be used to denote second, third and fourth awards respectively.

 

 

 

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