CCR Decorations/Awards/Honors Page 1. AR prescribes the policies concerning Army uniforms and insignia. CCR- prescribes the policies concerning the wear of decorations and awards. “CCR “. Cadet Command Awards Matrix. Department of the Army. Archived from the original on October 17, Retrieved

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This award is presented annually to the outstanding cadet in each year of Military Science at each of the respective ROTC units. As with other Department of the Army decorationsthe award consists of a medal, ribbon, and lapel button with case, accompanied by DA Form “Citation for the Superior Cadet Decoration Award” signed by the regimental commander on behalf of the Secretary of the Army.

The medal consists of a lampa swordand a book. The lamp denotes the pursuit of knowledge, higher learning, and partnership of Army ROTC with American colleges and universities. The sword signifies the courage, gallantry, and 672-5- intrinsic to the profession of arms. On the reverse is inscribed: For the JROTC version, the only difference in appearance of the two awards is an inverse of the red and blue colors on the ribbon portion of the medal.

ROTC Medal for Heroism

Again for the NDCC version, the only design difference is the ribbon portion of the medal. Overlaying a gray background, there is a total of ten vertical red stripes, with five stripes on the left side and 672-5- stripes on the right side. As with other Department of the Army decorations, the award 6725-1 of a medal, ribbon, and lapel button with case, accompanied by DA Form “Citation for the Superior Cadet Decoration Award” signed by the regimental commander on behalf of the Secretary of the Army.

The lamp denotes the pursuit of knowledge, higher This award is presented to cadets who perform acts of heroism.

As with other Department of the Army decorations, the award consists of a medal and ribbon, accompanied by DA Form This cccr commissioned its first class of lieutenants in However, the concept behind ROTC had its roots in military training which began taking place in civilian 6725–1 and universities as early as with the founding of the American Literary, Scientific and Military Academy at Norwich, Vermont, followed by various state chartered military schools and finally civilian land grant colleges after the Civil War, which required military training.

Awards and decorations of the United States Army are those military awards including decorations which are issued to members of the United States Army under the authority of the Secretary of the Army. Together with military badges such cc provide an outward display of a service member’s accomplishments. The first recognized medals of the U.

Army appeared during the American Civil War and were generally issued by local commanders on an unofficial basis. The Medal of Honor was the first award to be established in regulations as a permanent Army decoration, complete with benefits.

The Medal of Honor is the only Civil War era award which has survived as a decoration into the modern age. Army mandates that all unit awards will be worn separate from individual ccd on the opposite side of a military uniform.

The Army is the only service to require this separation between unit and individual decorations. All Army unit awards are worn enclosed in a gold frame.

Role and purpose According 672-5-11 Title 10, Section [1] of the United States Code, the purpose of Junior is “to instill in students in [the United States] secondary educational institutions the values of citizenship, service to the United States, and personal re Awards and decorations of the National Guard are presented to members of the United States National Guard and sometimes to members of the state defense forces in addition to regular United States military decorations.


Each of the state governments of the United States maintains a series of military decorations for issuance to members of the National Guard, with such awards presented under the authority of the various state adjutants general. Active duty regulations allow federal soldiers, airmen, sailors and marines to accept but not to wear state awards. Most states authorize 672-51- wear of 6725–1 st Administered by the Canadian Forces, the program is funded through the Department of National Defence, with the civilian partner providing support in the local community.

Cadets are not members of the Canadian Forces. Although the RCSCC and the other cadet programs are sponsored by the Canadian Forces and 672-55-1 civilian Leagues, cadets are not members of the Forces and are not expected to join. This is in keeping with the Royal Navy’s status as the Senior Service, a tradition common to most Comm Awards and decorations of the Soviet Union are decorations from the former Soviet Union that recognised achievements and personal accomplishments, both military and civilian.

Ccf of the awards, decorations, and orders were discontinued after the dissolution of the Soviet Union, while others are still issued by the Russian Federation as of A wide range of Soviet awards and decorations cover the extensive and diverse period of history from to It performs three congressionally assigned key missions: In addition, CAP has recently been tasked with homeland security and courier service missions. CAP also performs non-auxiliary missions for various governmental and private agencies, such as local law enforcement and the American Red Cross.

The program is established as an organization by Title 10 of the United States Code[4] and its purposes defined by Title An overview of South African military decorations and medals, which form part of the South African honours system. Colonial forces — The colonial military forces received British military decorations in wartime. Fromthe colonial governments awarded medals for distinguished conduct and for long service.

This was the general practice in the British Empire at that time. The colonial medals ccg Congress included military training as part of the mission of land-grant colleges. The Civil War was then raging, and the concept of broad-based military preparedness was very important to lawmakers. He previously served as commanding general of the United States Army Pacific and before that as the commanding general of Third Army. He was the deputy commander of 1st Cavalry Division in Baghdad during the “surge” and upon returning to the United States became the commanding general of the same division.

He later was commanding general of the 1st Infantry Division. Abrams in November Brooks is scheduled to retire after completing his assignment in Korea. Family Brooks was born in Anchorage, Alask Colombian military decorations date back as far as the founding of the country. This early decoration lives on today as an incarnation of the highest order presented by the Colombian state.

There is one decoration higher, but it is only awarded for military conflicts in defence of Colombia. Other than military decorations, Colombia presents decorations on behalf of the National Government, decorations for the National Police, and decorations from the Congress of Colombia.

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Military Order of St. Matthew Orden Militar de San Mateo Colombia’s highest award, named for the Battle of San Mateo estate during the South American wars of independence, and particularly honoring the sacrifice of Captain Antonio Ricaurte, who sacrificed himself during the battle.

The order recognizes military personnel for acts of exceptional valor in time of war specifically a war to defend Colo He served as Director of the Central Intelligence Agency from September 6, ,[4] until his resignation on November 9, His other four-star assignments include serving as the 10th Commander, U.


Cvr assumed his current assignment on September 2, Military Academy inand commissioned as an infantry officer. Career After completing Ranger School, he was assigned a platoon in 3rd Battalion, t Joseph Christopher McConnell Jr.

McConnell was the first American triple 672-51 fighter ace and is still the top-scoring American jet ace.

He enlisted in the U. Army on October 15,and served in the U. His dream of becoming a pilot 6722-5-1 dashed when, instead of being sent to pilot training, he was assigned to navigator training. For his actions, he was presented with fcr second Dcr Star. In high school, Wayne w Unlike any other United States Senior Military College, and in keeping with its founding principles, VMI enrolls cadets uniformed members of the Corps of Cadets only and awards baccalaureate degrees exclusively.

The Institute grants degrees in 14 disciplines in engineering, the sciences, and the liberal arts. For example, VMI numbers approximately cadets and the living conditions are more austere. He was born in Chatsworth, Georgia on May 14, Terry has commanded at multiple levels across the Army.

Terry’s last assignment was as the commanding general of United States Army Central, retiring 17 November Military career Terry has served in a wide variety of assignments, to include rifle platoon leader, company executive officer, and anti-tank platoon leader while stationed with the th Infantry, 3rd 762-5-1 Division in Ki This is an overview of the main, recurring and other characters of the TV series Army Wives, which ran from to She was 672-55-1 nursing school but dropped out to marry Frank.

They have been married for some twenty years and had a son Jeremy who was seventeen when the show premiered. In the Season 4 finale she gives birth to a daughter Molly.

Her marriage with Frank very nearly ended in divorce — they had already signed the papers — when she was fired for having an affair with a patient but they reconciled and dropped divorce proceedings before it was finalized. She and Denise were best friends and have known each other since their children Scaparrotti is also the commander of the United States European Command. He succeeded General Philip M. Robert Louis Caslen Jr. Before that, he served cccr the commanding general of the U.

In Aprilofficials at West Point indicated that Caslen was scheduled 6725-1 retire in the summer ofand that the selection of a new superintendent was pending. In Rojo entered the Infantry Academy at the Alcazar of Toledo, receiving his commission in with the rank of second lieutenant, fourth in a class of 6672-5-1.

After having been assigned to Barcelona he went on to the Group of Regulars from Ceuta the Regulares were Moroccan colonial troops with Spanish officers. He was later posted back to Barcelona and to La Seu d’Urgell. Inhaving risen to the rank of captain, he returned to the Infantry Academy in Toledo, where he occupied diverse educational and administrative positions. In this period at the A This page lists direct English translations of common Latin phrases.

Some of dcr phrases are themselves translations of Greek phrases, as Greek rhetoric and literature reached its peak centuries before that of ancient Rome. This list is a combination of the twenty divided “List of Latin phrases” pages, for users who have no trouble loading large 6725–1 and prefer a single page to scroll or search through. The content of the list cannot be edited here, and is kept automatically in ccf with the separate lists through the use of transclusion.