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 Sea Service Ribbon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
A Sea Service Ribbon is an award of the United States Navy and U.S. Coast Guard which recognizes those service members who have performed military duty while stationed on a ship at sea.
The Sea Service Deployment Ribbon is granted to any member of the U.S. Navy or United States Marines who are assigned to a Naval Afloat Command and who perform ninety or more consecutive days of a seaward deployment within a one year period.
Additional awards of the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Naval Reserve Sea Service Ribbon, and Coast Guard Sea Service Ribbon are annoted by bronze service stars on the ribbon.
www.seattleluxury.com /encyclopedia/entry/sea_service_ribbon   (510 words)

  
 Marine Corps Ribbons
The bronze star represents participation in campaigns or operations, multiple qualifications, or an additional award to any of the various ribbons on which it is authorized.
When worn together on a single ribbon, the silver star(s) will be worn to the wearer's right of any bronze star(s).
The "V" device, when worn on the same ribbon with clusters, is worn to the wearer's right of such clusters.
www.tricitymarines.com /marine_corps_ribbons.htm   (164 words)

  
 Army Times - Ribbon for sea service approved
The Army Sea Duty Ribbon consists of a basic multicolored ribbon with bronze star appurtenances that signify the completion of qualifying periods of sea duty aboard Class A and Class B vessels that meet the requirements of Army Regulations 56-9 (Watercraft) and 600-88 (Sea Duty).
Ribbons should be available for sale in Army and Air Force Exchange Service stores around mid-September, according to Denise Harris, chief of policy in the awards branch of Human Resources Command.
One year of sea duty as a mobilized soldier will be classified as creditable service, provided the minimum underway requirement is met.
www.armytimes.com /story.php?f=1-292925-1995720.php   (420 words)

  
 Sea Service Ribbon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Sea Service Deployment Ribbon is a decoration of the United States Navy which was established in May 1980 and retroactively authorized to August 1974.
After 1999, for those service members stationed on U.S. vessels home-ported in foreign ports (such as Yokosuka, Japan), the Navy and Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon is also authorized for one year of foreign duty and may be awarded simultaneously with the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon.
Additional awards of the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, Naval Reserve Sea Service Ribbon, Coast Guard Sea Service Ribbon and the Army Sea Duty Ribbon are annoted by bronze service stars on the ribbon.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Sea_Service_Ribbon   (565 words)

  
 MGySgt Ebenal's Award Page
This award was established as the counterpart of the Bronze Star for the recognition of meritorious non-combat service.
National Defense Service Medal – Awarded for honorable active service in the armed forces for any period between 27 June 1950 and 27 July 1954, between 1 January 1961 and 14 August 1974, or between 2 August 1990 and 30 November 1995.
Sea Service Deployment Ribbon – Awarded for the completion of 12 months consecutive or accumulated active duty at an overseas FMF command.
www.angelfire.com /ma3/ebenal/AWDS.HTM   (508 words)

  
 Overseas Service Ribbon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An Overseas Service Ribbon is a decoration of the United States military which recognizes those service members who have performed military tours of duty outside the borders of the United States of America.
For those Army service members performing overseas duty prior to 1981, the Army Overseas Service Ribbon may be awarded retroactively, provided that a service member was on active duty subsequent to 1981.
Additional awards of the Air Force Overseas Service Ribbon are denoted by oak leaf clusters and Air Force regulations permit the receipt and wear of both the short and long tour ribbons simultaneously.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Overseas_Service_Ribbon   (809 words)

  
 Navy Individual Ribbon Awards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
This ribbon is awarded to officer and enlisted personnel of the Navy and Marine Corps.
For both Navy and Marine Corps personnel, the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon is worn after the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal and before the Arctic Service Ribbon.
Subsequent awards of the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon are denoted by bronze service stars three-sixteenths of an inch in diameter (a silver service star the same size denotes a sixth award).
foxfall.com /fra-nira-ssdr.htm   (389 words)

  
 Ribbon Checker
Click the boxes next to the ribbons you are currently authorized to wear, then press the button below to get a graphical representation of them.
An alphabetical listing of ribbons and medals is in the works, as is a "medals" page.
Ribbons specifically disallowed on the Navy uniform may be found here.
kepler.pratt.duke.edu /USNRibbons.html   (257 words)

  
 Navy Sea Service Deployment Ribbon
A standard 14-day waiver of the 12- month accumulated sea duty/duty with FMF is authorized as long as the 90-consecutive day deployment requirement is met.
The 12-month accumulated sea duty requirement is waived for those Navy and Marine personnel who were called to sea duty or deployed for Operations DESERT SHIELD or DESERT STORM (during the period 2 Aug 90 - 31 Dec 91) to qualify for this initial award.
Consequently and effective 18 October 1991, the awarding of the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon to members of units that complete two deployments of at least 80 days each within a given 12-month period is authorized.
www.gruntsmilitary.com /nssd.shtml   (1171 words)

  
 Navy Individual Ribbon Awards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Arctic Service Ribbon was made retroactive to January 1, 1982.
The Arctic Service Ribbon is awarded to military personnel the Navy and Marine Corps and to civilian citizens, nationals, or resident aliens of the United States for 28 days of service above the Arctic Circle.
The Arctic Service Ribbon is worn after the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon and before the Naval Reserve Sea Service Ribbon.
foxfall.com /fra-nira-asr.htm   (147 words)

  
 New ribbon policy good news for forward deployed Sailors   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
"The authorization of awarding the overseas service ribbon and the sea service deployment ribbon is a great way to recognize sailors who serve on a forward deployed ship, and also recognize the pleasures and challenges of living overseas," said Quartermaster Master Chief Tim Moon, 7th Fleet command master chief.
While the old policy awarded sailors with a sea service ribbon for each year they were asssigned to an FDNF ship, it did not recognize the fact that these sailors were also serving on overseas duty.
The result was that sailors who were assigned to ships and living in Japan did not receive the overseas service ribbon awarded to their neighbors on shore duty.
www.c7f.navy.mil /news/2000/05/25.htm   (267 words)

  
 Navy Sea Service Ribbon Display Recognition Form
The Sea Service Deployment Ribbon was established on May 22, 1980, by Secretary of the Navy Edward Hidalgo and announced in SECNAVINST 1650.35 of January 26, 1981.
The 12 month accumulated sea duty requirement is waived for those personnel who were called to sea duty or deployed for Operations Desert Shield or Desert Storm.
The Sea Service Deployment Ribbon is worn after the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal and before the Arctic Service Ribbon.
www.amervets.com /replacement/nss.htm   (429 words)

  
 Navy Awards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
This award was approved by the Secretary of the Navy on May 22, 1980.
It recognizes the unique and demanding nature of sea service and the arduous duty attendant with such service deployments.
The award of the ribbon was made retroactive to August 15 1974.
www.navalhelicopterassn.org /medsribs/rib39.htm   (124 words)

  
 US Navy Exchange, Norway
Service ribbons or ribbon bars, as they are also called, are representations of an actual military medal.
Small metal devices are worn the ribbon bar to denote additional awards, campaigns, additional honors or subsequent service.
Devices and attachments are placed on service ribbons centered from top to bottom and from right to left.
www.angelfire.com /film/uniform/ribbons2.html   (253 words)

  
 Sealift -- MSC vice commander makes Navy history
She commanded Navy ships at sea and served in top military assignments at the White House Situation Room, the Office of the Secretary of Defense and the Office of the Deputy Secretary of Defense.
During the next two decades, Rear Adm. Loewer continued her solid track record of success ashore and at sea, including assignments as a lieutenant commander aboard destroyer tender USS Yellowstone, where she served as engineer and executive officer, and aboard fleet oiler USS Monongahela, where she served as executive officer.
As a Navy commander, she served as the commanding officer of ammunition ship USS Mount Baker from 1993 to 1995 and at the rank of captain, the commanding officer aboard the fleet oiler USS Camden from 1998 to 2000.
www.msc.navy.mil /sealift/2003/November/loewer.htm   (793 words)

  
 Navy Individual Ribbon Awards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Naval Reserve Sea Service Ribbon was made retroactive to August 15, 1974.
Qualifying service performed between August 15, 1974 and January 1, 1979 can only be credited toward an initial award of the ribbon.
The Naval Reserve Sea Service Ribbon is worn after the Arctic Service Ribbon and before the Navy and Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon.
www.foxfall.com /fra-nira-nrssr.htm   (254 words)

  
 Portsmouth Herald Obituaries for Tue. November 23, 2004
While rising to the rank of chief petty officer, he sailed the seven seas on the U.S. Coast Guard cutters Northwind, Bibb, Duane, Chase, Active, Resolute, Spar and Reliance, and was on the First Coast Guard District Advisory Team and spent time at LORAN Station Lampedusa, Italy, in the Mediterranean Sea.
Most recently, he was the Service Officer for American Legion Frank E. Booma Post 6, Portsmouth, and was a member of the BPO Elks Club, Portsmouth.
Funeral services will be private at the convenience of the family.
www.seacoastonline.com /2004news/11232004/obituari/50108.htm   (811 words)

  
 Coast Guard Individual Ribbon Awards   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
The Coast Guard Sea Service Ribbon was established on March 3, 1984, by Commandant of the Coast Guard
The Coast Guard Sea Service Ribbon is awarded to active duty members of the Coast Guard and Coast Guard Reserve, inactive duty members of the Coast Guard Reserve, or non-Coast Guard personnel who, under temporary or permanent assignment, satisfactorily complete a minimum of 12 months cumulative sea duty.
The Coast Guard Sea Service Ribbon is worn after the Special Operations Service Ribbon and before the Restricted Duty Ribbon.
www.foxfall.com /fra-cgira-ssr.htm   (187 words)

  
 All Hands - January 2001 - Navy Medals/Ribbons
The following display represents the correct order of precedence for medals and/or ribbons most likely to be worn today on the Navy uniform.
Represents participation in campaigns or operations, multiple qualification or an additional award to any of the various ribbons on which it is authorized.
Worn on the suspension ribbon of the Navy Occupation Service Medal
www.mediacen.navy.mil /pubs/allhands/jan01/ribbons.htm   (241 words)

  
 Welcome Aboard: USS George Washington (CVN-73)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Sea Service Deployment Ribbon*- on board 90 days consecutive during 94May20-94Nov20
Sea Service Deployment Ribbon*- on board 90 days consecutive during 97Oct03-98Apr03
*Note: To be eligible for the Sea Service Deployment Ribbon, you need to have served 90 consecutive days deployed and 1 year consecutive sea duty on the 90th consecutive day on deployment.
gw.ffc.navy.mil /UnitAwards.htm   (335 words)

  
 Army Sea Duty Ribbon - Topic Powered by eve community   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
I'm guessing after the Overseas service ribbon, due to date of creation, among other things.
Service stars are awarded after 4 years of sea duty, and with each subsequent set of two year increments, the wearer receives a bronze service star.
After the 20th year of sea duty the recipent receives the NAVY Gold service Star on their ribbon.
forums.military.com /eve/forums/a/tpc/f/56819558/m/8660046170001?...   (475 words)

  
 Security Clearance Attorney - McCormack & Associates
In November 2003, Denise volunteered for duty in Iraq and was assigned as the head Paralegal to the Office of the General Counsel, Coalition Provisional Authority.
As a Legalman, she was stationed at Trial Service Office, Rota, Spain, Naval Legal Service Office, Norfolk, Virginia, Trial Service Office, Norfolk, Virginia, and a tour on board the USS ENTERPRISE.
During her career, Lisa was awarded Navy Commendation Medal (2nd award), Navy Achievement Medal (5th award), Battle Efficiency Ribbon (2nd award), Good Conduct Medal (5th award), National Defense Service Medal (2nd award), Navy Unit Commendation, Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation, Humanitarian Service Medal, Navy and Marine Overseas Service Ribbon (3rd award), Navy Rifle Marksmanship.
www.securityclearances.org /our_paralegals.asp   (1052 words)

  
 Naval Sea Logistics Center - Commanding Officer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-29)
Upon completion of his initial sea tour and a shore assignment at the Navy Management Systems Support Office in San Diego, he completed the Basic Qualification Course at the Naval Supply Corps School, Athens, Georgia.
During his sea tours, he completed several deployments to the Western Pacific.
Prior to assuming command of the Naval Sea Logistics Center in August 2005, Captain Napoli served as Chief of Logistics Operations for Commander Naval Forces Europe and Supply and Logistics Officer for Commander Task Force SIX THREE, in Naples, Italy.
www.nslc.navsea.navy.mil /about/co_bio.htm   (293 words)

  
 Fred's Place|www.fredsplace.org
Born in New Haven, CT, March 11, 1955, to the late Mario R. and Doris (Blue) Blanco, Marc enlisted in the United States Coast Guard at the age of 17 in March 1972.
Marc continued his passion for the sea in his field as a Merchant Mariner serving as a Plankowner on the Maine Responder in Portland, Maine, followed by service on Oil Industry Survey vessels in the Gulf of Mexico, the Middle East, and the Indian Ocean, and research vessels with Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute (WHOI), Massachusetts.
More recently, he was the Service Officer for American Legion Frank E. Booma Post 6, Portsmouth, New Hampshire, and was a member of the BPO Elks Club, Portsmouth, NH.
www.fredsplace.org /obit/blanco.shtml   (1018 words)

  
 Virginia Attorney Profiles - McCormack & Associates - Attorneys-at-Law
Bob was awarded the following ribbons: Navy Commendation (4); Navy Achievement (5); Meritorious Unit Commendation; Navy Unit Commendation; Battle Efficiency Ribbon, Navy Good Conduct; Marine Good Conduct; National Defense Service Medal (2); Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal; Sea Service Deployment Ribbon; Marine Corps Rifle and Marine Corps Pistol Expert Medals, in addition to several others.
Kat was awarded the following ribbons: Defense Meritorious Service Medal (1); Navy Achievement Medal (4); Joint Unit Meritorious Award (2); Meritorious Unit Commendation; Battle Efficiency Ribbon (2); Navy Good Conduct (5); National Defense Service Medal (2); Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (4); NATO Medal in addition to several others.
During his career Carlos was awarded the Navy Achievement Medal (7 awards), Meritorious Unit Commendation (2 awards), Battle Efficiency Ribbon, Good Conduct Medal (5 awards), National Defense Service Medal (2 awards), Sea Service Deployment Ribbon (3 awards), and the Overseas Service Ribbon (2 awards).
www.militarylawyers.org /our_paralegals.htm   (1095 words)

  
 Congressional Medal of Honor - United States Navy Service Ribbons
The above display represents the correct order of precedence of ribbons most likely to be worn today on the Navy uniform.
Devices worn on these ribbons must be worn in a specific manner and are used to denote additional awards or participation in a specific event.
For additional information about the proper order of display, placement of devices or about ribbons not shown, refer to SECNAVINST 1650.1F.
www.medalofhonor.com /NavyRibbons.htm   (77 words)

  
 Navy and Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon
Qualifying service performed between 15 August 1974 and 1 January 1979 will be credited only toward the initial award of the ribbon.
An individual cannot receive the SSDR and OSR for the same period if stationed at a Marine Corps Unit; overseas Navy commands may receive both awards after 01 October 1999.
In addition, the same period of time cannot be used to earn eligibility for both the Naval Reserve Sea Service Ribbon and the Overseas Service Ribbon.
www.gruntsmilitary.com /overseas_service.shtml   (342 words)

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