Military Decorations, Medals and Insignia of the United States Military

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Military Decorations, Medals and Insignia of the United States are decorations which recognize military rank, in-game damage rank, position, and accomplishments of a soldier during his or her military career in the paramilitary group led by the Joint Chiefs of Staff.

Military Decorations

Military Service Awards

The following awards are to be given for military service of three months in any one of the sections of the United States Military (in order of precedence):

  • Marine Corps Service Ribbon.png Marine Service Ribbon
  • Airborne Service Ribbon.png Airborne Service Ribbon
  • Cavalry Service Ribbon.png Cavalry Service Ribbon
  • Army Service Ribbon.png Army Service Ribbon
  • MI Service Ribbon.png Mobile Infantry Service Ribbon
  • Air Force Service Ribbon.png Air Force Service Ribbon
  • National Guard Service Ribbon.png National Guard Service Ribbon
  • Home Guard Service Ribbon.png Home Guard Service Ribbon
  • New National Guard Service Ribbon.png National Guard Service Ribbon
  • TD Service Ribbon.png Training Corps Service Ribbon

Military Officer Awards

Officers of each branch may substitute the Military Service Award with the Military Officer Award, which experience from within the branch may be added with time served as an officer. Only the service ribbon or the officer ribbon for the same branch may be worn at a time, not both at the same time.

The following awards are to be given for officer service in any one of the sections of the United States Military (in order of precendence):

  • Marine Corps Officer Ribbon.png Marine Officer Ribbon
  • Airborne Officer Ribbon.png Airborne Officer Ribbon
  • Cavalry Officer Ribbon.png Cavalry Officer Ribbon
  • Army Officer Ribbon.png Army Officer Ribbon
  • Mobile Infantry Officer Ribbon.png Mobile Infantry Officer Ribbon
  • Air Force Officer Ribbon.png Air Force Officer Ribbon
  • National Guard Officer Ribbon.png National Guard Officer Ribbon
  • Home Guard Officer Ribbon.png Home Guard Officer Ribbon
  • New National Guard Officer Ribbon.png National Guard Officer Ribbon
  • Training Corps Officer Ribbon.png Training Corps/Training Division Officer Ribbon

Note: Officer ribbons are higher in the order of precedence than service ribbons (i.e., a Training Division Officer ribbon would go to the left of a Marine Service ribbon). Also, the blue color in the Airborne ribbons and Air Force ribbons are slightly different.

Joint Chiefs of Staff Ribbon

  • Joint Chiefs of Staff Officer Ribbon.png Joint Chiefs of Staff Ribbon's' device placement is different from Military Officer Awards in that it is awarded to the soldier's highest attained level in the Joint Chiefs of Staff, not by the length of service. The JCS Officer Ribbon shall only be worn in the following three configurations:
  • Joint Chiefs of Staff Officer Ribbon - Chairman.png is reserved for those who have served as the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
  • Joint Chiefs of Staff Officer Ribbon - Chief of Staff.png is reserved for those who have served as the Chief of Staff of a particular branch of the United States Military
  • Joint Chiefs of Staff Officer Ribbon - Vice Chief of Staff.png is reserved for those who have served as the Vice-Chief of Staff of a particular branch of the United States Military

Military Campaign Awards

The following ribbons are given to all those soldiers who have fought in the respective wars and battles of the military campaigns which the US Military have participated in:

Branch-Specific Military Awards

Awards and Decorations of the Former United States National Guard and United States Training Division

Basic Training Graduation Ribbon

TD-NG2D Basic Training Graduation Ribbon.png

Awards and Decorations of the United States Training Corps

Level 1 Commendation Ribbon

TC Commendation Level 1 Ribbon.png The USTC Level 1 Commendation Ribbon is the proverbial "pat on the back" by a superior officer. This warrants a personal message from Command and a ribbon signifying the accomplishment.

Level 2 Commendation Ribbon

TC Commendation Level 2 Ribbon.png The USTC Level 2 Commendation Ribbon warrants a personal message from Command, an announcement on the Training Corps boards, and a ribbon signifying the accomplishment.

Level 3 Commendation Ribbon

TC Commendation Level 3 Ribbon.png The USTC Level 3 Commendation Ribbon warrants a personal message from Command, an announcement on all military boards, and a ribbon signifying the accomplishment.

Level 4 Commendation Ribbon

TC Commendation Level 4 Ribbon.png The USTC Level 4 Commendation Ribbon is the highest honor awarded by the Training Corps. It warrants a personal message from Command, an announcement on all military boards and the American people as a whole, and a ribbon signifying the accomplishment.

Training Corps IG Excellence Award (Retired)

IGExcellenceAward.png Given by the IG's office, the IG Excellence Award reflects a strong commitment to the ideals of the Corps and dedication to training its troops into an effective fighting force.

Training Corps Meritorious Team Commendation

Training Corps Meritorious Team Commendation.png The Meritorious Team Commendation is awarded for the display of cohesion and teamwork noticeable to upper echelon commanders.

Training Corps Meritorious Unit Citation

Training Corps Meritorious Unit Citation.png The Meritorious Unit Citation is awarded in peacetime to any unit which displays outstanding meritorious performance in the conduct of a specified tasking or mission.

Training Corps Meritorious Conduct Award

Training Corps Meritorious Conduct Award.png The Meritorious Conduct Award is awarded to an individual or groups of persons who, when confronted by circumstances beyond the normal course of their duties, distinguish themselves by outstanding meritorious achievement. This award was originated for the first battle for North Brazil on day 810.

ATO Volunteer Award

ForeignATOribbon.png The ATO Volunteer Award is awarded for volunteering to help secure allied sovereignty in threatened foreign elections.

Excellence in Recruiting Badge

Recruiting.png The Excellence in Recruiting Badge is awarded to USTC Recruiters who recruit hundreds of new recruits for the Training Corps.

Basic Training Graduation Ribbon

TC Basic Train Grad Ribbon.png

Basic Training Graduation with Honors Ribbon

TC Basic Train Grad Ribbon with Honors.png

Awards and Decorations of the United States Army

The United States Army is now split into three separate branches, United States Army High Command, United States Army Group East, and United States Army Group West. They share the same system of decorations medals and insignias due to their shared lineage.

Distinguished Service Cross

Army Distinguished Service Ribbon.png The Distinguished Service Cross (DSC) - Awarded to a soldier who earn five Battle Hero achievements

Soldier's Medal

Army Solder's Ribbon.png The Soldier's Medal - Awarded to a soldier who ranks as #1 of the week in either Damage or Opponents Defeated in the eUS Military.

Army Meritorious Service Ribbon

Army Meritorious Service Ribbon.png The Meritorious Service Medal - Awarded to a soldier who ranks in the top 3 for a week for either Damage or Opponents Defeated in the eUS Military.

Army Commendation Medal

Army Commendation Ribbon.png The Commendation Medal - Awarded to a soldier who deploys in thirty official Army foreign engagements.

Army Division Achievement Ribbon

Army Division Achievement Ribbon.png The Achievement Medal - Awarded to a soldier who deploys in fifteen official Army foreign engagements.

Army Good Conduct Ribbon

Army Good Conduct Ribbon.png The Good Conduct Medal - Awarded to a soldier who serves honorably for at least 30 consecutive days.

Superior Unit Medal

Army Superior Unit Ribbon.png The Superior Unit Award is a decoration of the United States Army which is awarded in peacetime to any unit of the Army which displays outstanding meritorious performance of a difficult and challenging mission carried out under extraordinary circumstances.

The Army Superior Unit Competition is used to measure performance. The following shall be the only three approved methods of wearing the Army Superior Unit Medal:

  • Army Superior Unit Ribbon Gold.png 1st Place
  • Army Superior Unit Ribbon Silver.png 2nd Place
  • Army Superior Unit Ribbon Bronze.png 3rd Place

Senior Officer Ribbon

  • Army Senior Staff Officer Ribbon.png Army Staff
  • Army First Division Senior Officer Ribbon.png 1st Division
  • Army Second Division Senior Officer Ribbon.png 2nd Division
  • Army Fourth Division Senior Officer Ribbon.png 4th Division
  • Army Fifth Division Senior Officer Ribbon.png 5th Division
  • Army Tenth Division Senior Officer Ribbon.png 10th Division
  • Army Twenty-Fifth Division Senior Officer Ribbon.png 25th Division

Soldier of the Month

Winners of this award may display this ribbon in place of the Army Service Ribbon.

Branch-Issued
  • SotM-E.png Enlisted
  • SotM-O.png Officer
Division-Issued
  • Army First Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon.png First Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon
  • Army Second Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon.png Second Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon
  • Army Fourth Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon.png Fourth Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon
  • Army Fifth Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon.png Fifth Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon
  • Army Tenth Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon.png Tenth Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon
  • Army Twenty-Fifth Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon.png Twenty-Fifth Division Soldier of the Month Ribbon

Army Rangers Ribbon

  • Army Rangers Ribbon.png To be worn by all who participate in Army Ranger missions.


Operation French Fries

  • French Fries Ribbon.png To be worn by Army soldiers who participated in 'Operation French Fries'.

Awards and Decorations of the United States Cavalry

The United States Cavalry is the new branch resulting from the rebranding of United States Army Group East. They share some of the same systems of decorations medals and insignias with the United States Army due to their shared lineage. ====Honor Soldiers Ribbons

Cavalry Honor Soldier

Army Meritorious Service Ribbon.png

Regiment Honor Soldier Ribbon

Army Division Achievement Ribbon.png

Squad Honor Soldier Ribbon

Army Good Conduct Ribbon.png

eUS Rangers Ribbon

eUS Rangers may wear one of the following two ribbons to indicate their participation in the US Rangers.

  • Ranger Qualified Ribbon.png To be worn by those who graduate from the Cavalry's Ranger Indoctrination Program and grandfathered United States Army Group East Ranger Indoctrination Program.
  • Ranger Officer Ribbon.png To be worn by all eUS Ranger officers.

Participation in specified Ranger missions grants the soldier/officer to wear an oak leaf, as indicated by the US Rangers Commander.

  • BronzeOakLeaf.png To represent five Ranger missions
  • SilverOakLeaf.png To represent twenty-five Ranger missions

Emblems deactivated with the restructuring of the Rangers program.

Military Tabs

Ranger Tab.png Scout Tab.png Honor Scout Tab.png
Ranger Tab, wearable by all personnel who operated within the United States Rangers. Scout Tab, for those who graduated from the United States Cavalry RECBN, and right, Honor Scout Tab.

Military Insignias

While each branch's individual detachments and subunits will have their respective insignias, the following are the official insignia for each eUS Military Branch and Distinctive Units.

Military Ranks

While soldiers may hold a damage rank in eRepublik, all eUS Military communications use the following ranking system instead.

Enlisted Ranks
Military Branch E-1 E-2 E-3 E-4 E-5 E-6 E-7 E-8 E-9
United States Training Corps.png
US Training Corps
TC TRAINEE.png
Trainee
E2D.png
Private
E3D.png
Private First Class
E4D.png
Corporal
E5D.png
Sergeant
E6D.png
Sergeant First Class
E7D.png
Master Sergeant
E8D.png
Senior Master Sergeant
E9D.png
Chief Master Sergeant
Homeguard.png
National Guard
- US Army E-2.svg
Private
- - - - - - -
United States Mobile Infantry.png
Mobile Infantry
- US Army E-2.svg
Private
- - US Army E-5.svg
Sergeant
- - - -
United States Army.jpg
US Army
- US Army E-2.svg
Private
- US Army E-4.svg
Corporal
US Army E-5.svg
Sergeant
- - US Army E-8 1SG.svg
First Sergeant
US Army E-9 SGM.svg
Sergeant Major
United States Cavalry.png
US Cavalry
No
Insignia
Recruit
US Army E-2.svg
Private
100px-US Army E-3.svg.png
Private First Class
100px-US Army E-4 SPC.svg.png
Specialist
US Army E-4.svg
Corporal
US Army E-5.svg
Sergeant
100px-US Army E-6.svg.png
Staff Sergeant
- US Army E-8 1SG.svg
First Sergeant
US Army E-9 SGM.svg
Sergeant Major
100px-US Army E-9 CSM.svg.png
Command Sergeant Major
Airborne.png
United States Airborne
- US Army E-2.svg
Private
- - US Army E-5.svg
Sergeant
- - - -
United States Marine Corps.png
US Marine Corps
- - USMC-E2.svg
Private First Class
- - - - - USMC-E9-MGyS.svg
Master Gunnery Sergeant
Warrant Officer Ranks
Military Branch W-1 W-2 W-3 W-4 W-5
United States Army.jpg
US Army
US-Army-WO1.png
Warrant Officer
- - - -
United States Cavalry.png
US Cavalry
US-Army-WO1.png
Warrant Officer 1
US-Army-WO2.png
Chief Warrant Officer 2
US-Army-WO3.png
Chief Warrant Officer 3
US-Army-WO4.png
Chief Warrant Officer 4
US-Army-WO5.png
Chief Warrant Officer 5
Officer Ranks
Military Branch O-1 O-2 O-3 O-4 O-5 O-6 O-7 O-8 O-9 O-10 O-11
United States Training Corps.png
US Training Corps
US-OF1B.svg
2nd Lieutenant
US-OF1A.svg
1st Lieutenant
US-O3 insignia.svg
Captain
US-O4 insignia.svg
Major
US-O5 insignia.svg
Lieutenant Colonel
US-O6 insignia.png
Colonel
US-O7 insignia.svg
Brigadier General
US-O8 insignia.svg
Major General
US-O9 insignia.svg
Lieutenant General
US-O10 insignia.svg
General
US-O12 insignia.svg
General of the Army
Homeguard.png
National Guard
- US-OF1A.svg
Lieutenant
- US-O4 insignia.svg
Major
US-O5 insignia.svg
Lieutenant Colonel
US-O6 insignia.png
Colonel
US-O7 insignia.svg
Brigadier General
- US-O9 insignia.svg
Lieutenant General
US-O10 insignia.svg
General
United States Mobile Infantry.png
US Mobile Infantry
- US-OF1A.svg
Lieutenant
US-O3 insignia.svg
Captain
US-O4 insignia.svg
Major
US-O5 insignia.svg
Lieutenant Colonel
US-O6 insignia.png
Colonel
US-O7 insignia.svg
Brigadier General
US-O8 insignia.svg
Major General
US-O9 insignia.svg
Lieutenant General
US-O10 insignia.svg
General
United States Army.jpg
US Army
US-OF1B.svg
2nd Lieutenant
US-OF1A.svg
1st Lieutenant
US-O3 insignia.svg
Captain
US-O4 insignia.svg
Major
US-O5 insignia.svg
Lieutenant Colonel
US-O6 insignia.png
Colonel
US-O7 insignia.svg
Brigadier General
US-O8 insignia.svg
Major General
US-O9 insignia.svg
Lieutenant General
US-O10 insignia.svg
General
United States Cavalry.png
US Cavalry
US-OF1B.svg
2nd Lieutenant
US-OF1A.svg
1st Lieutenant
US-O3 insignia.svg
Captain
US-O4 insignia.svg
Major
US-O5 insignia.svg
Lieutenant Colonel
US-O6 insignia.png
Colonel
US-O7 insignia.svg
Brigadier General
US-O8 insignia.svg
Major General
US-O9 insignia.svg
Lieutenant General
US-O10 insignia.svg
General
Airborne.png
United States Airborne
- US-OF1A.svg
1st Lieutenant
- US-O4 insignia.svg
Major
- US-O6 insignia.png
Colonel
US-O7 insignia.svg
Brigadier General
US-O8 insignia.svg
Major General
US-O9 insignia.svg
Lieutenant General
US-O10 insignia.svg
General
United States Marine Corps.png
US Marine Corps
- US-OF1A.svg
1st Lieutenant
- - - US-O6 insignia.png
Colonel
- - US-O9 insignia.svg
Vice Commandant
US-O10 insignia.svg
Commandant