Icon Image Name / Description
Recruiter Achievement Medal Recruiter Achievement Medal Recruiter Achievement Medal
Awarded for recruiting 250+ troopers that graduate Boot Camp.

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Best Ranger Best Ranger Best Ranger
Awarded for the top graduate of every Combat Applications Group Ranger School.

Members who received this award: 1
KgB
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Special Forces Tab Special Forces Tab Special Forces Tab
Awarded to members that have completed Special Forces Training.

Members who received this award: 3
KgB, Bogg, Crusher
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Rangers Tab Rangers Tab Rangers Tab
Awarded upon completion of Rangers School.

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Sapper Tab Sapper Tab Sapper Tab
Awarded to Demolition Experts within the Hell Bound Soldiers.

Members who received this award: 2
KgB, Iceman
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Ranger Selection Ribbon Ranger Selection Ribbon Ranger Selection Ribbon
Awarded upon selection to the Ranger School of the HellBoundSoldiers.

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Valor Device Valor Device Valor Device
History:

Awarded at discretion of Battalion or Company Commander for Heroism or Valor in combat during an official operation mission. Also awarded to OSUT Honor Graduates.

Prerequisites:

May be worn when awarded in conjunction with the following medals and ribbons:
Bronze Star
Joint Service Commendation Medal
Army Commendation Medal
any other other award at command discretion. Also worn upon the Army Service Ribbon by OSUT Honor Graduates.

Members who received this award: 2
KgB, Crusher
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Oak Leaf Cluster Oak Leaf Cluster Oak Leaf Cluster
History:

The bronze Oak Leaf Cluster is awarded to and worn by Army personnel on US decorations to denote the second and subsequent awards.

A silver Oak Leaf Cluster is worn in lieu of five (5) bronze clusters. Oak Leaf Clusters are also worn on unit citations for the same purpose.

Prerequisites:

May be worn upon the following awards:

Distinguished Service CrosS
Defense Distinguished Service Medal
Silver Star
Bronze Star
Purple Heart
Meritorious Service Medal
Joint Service commendation Medal
Army Commendation Medal
Joint Service Achievement Medal
Army Achievement Medal.

May also be worn upon the following Unit Citations: Presidential Unit Citation, Valorous Unit Award, and Army Superior Unit Award.


Awarded for a members Participation during an OFFICIAL ACTIVITY sponsored by Central Command

"This Award is Stack-able"

Members who received this award: 11
KgB, Bogg, Crusher, Chryonic, GbJr, Zhorin, slammerman70, squishy, JackkerForwind, AMapleLeaf, Chimćra
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- Arrowhead - Arrowhead - Arrowhead
History:

A bronze replica of an Indian arrowhead 1/4-inch tall. It denotes participation in a combat parachute jump or air assault insertion via helicopter during an official operation.

Prerequisites:

May be worn upon the Operation Ribbon in which the Airborne or Air Assault mission was completed.

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- Service Stars - Service Stars - Service Stars
History:

A five-pointed bronze star is worn on service ribbons to denote subsequent awards. A Silver Service Star is worn in lieu of five bronze stars.

Prerequisites:

Service stars may be worn upon the following awards: Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, Global War on Terrorism Service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, Humanitarian Service Medal, Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal.

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- Clasp - Clasp - Clasp
History:

Subsequent Awards of the Good Conduct Medal are represented by a clasp with knots placed on the medal or ribbon.

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Bronze clasps indicate the second (two loops) through fifth award (five loops); silver clasps indicate sixth (one loop) through tenth award (five loops); and gold clasps indicate eleventh (one loop) through the fifteenth award (5 loops).
Second, fifth, sixth, and tenth award are pictured.

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- Numerals - Numerals - Numerals
History:

Numerals are attached and worn on the Non-Commissioned Officer's Development Ribbon to indicate completion of additional leadership training.

Prerequisites:

Numeral 2 is awarded upon completion of Advanced Leaders Course.

Numeral 3 is awarded upon completion of First Sergeant School.

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Pathfinder Badge Pathfinder Badge Pathfinder Badge
History:

The Pathfinder Badge is a military badge of the United States Army awarded to soldiers who successfully complete the U.S. Army Pathfinder School at Fort Benning, Georgia. To be awarded the Pathfinder Badge, the soldier must complete Pathfinder instruction in advanced land navigation, advanced scouting, tactical air traffic control in the field, and the control of parachute operations; the badge is awarded on completing several examinations under field training exercise (FTX) conditions.

Examinations include proficiency in sling load rigging and execution, planning and execution of helicopter landing zones (HLZ), air traffic control operations, aerial delivery of troops and supplies, and several others.

Prerequisites:

The Pathfinder Badge is awarded to Soldiers who successfully complete the Pathfinder School in the 73rd Infantry Division.

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In-Country Service Bar In-Country Service Bar In-Country Service Bar
History

The In-Service Bar is an accoutrement on United States Army dress uniforms that indicates a soldier has served in a combat zone. They are displayed as an embroidered gold bar worn horizontally on the right sleeve of the Class A uniform and the Army Service Uniform.

[1] In-Country Service Bars are cumulative, in that each bar worn indicates another deployment period. Time spent In-Country / deployed is also cumulative, meaning one bar could be earned for two separate missions in one operation.

Prerequisites:

The In-Country Service Bar is issued automatically (no official announcement) after a soldiers participates in an Official Campaign Operation, serving in a minimum of one mission during that operation.

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Service Stripes Service Stripes Service Stripes
History:

In 1777 the French ancien régime army had used Galons d'ancienneté, or "Seniority Braid" (cloth braid chevrons nicknamed brisures > "breaks") worn on the upper sleeves awarded for each seven years of enlistment.

[4] Soldiers who wore such emblems were called briscards. The practice was continued in Napoleon Bonaparte's army in which they were awarded for 10, 15, and 20 years of service. The French Army later moved them to the lower sleeves and the rank stripes to the upper sleeves. Service chevrons were worn on the lower left sleeve and Wound Stripes were worn on the lower right sleeve (influencing the American Wound Chevron device).

Sleeve stripes are worn only by enlisted personnel. U.S. Army soldiers wear their stripes on the bottom cuff of the left sleeve and Overseas Service Bars on the right one. Service stripes are only worn on formal uniforms, and are not seen on work uniforms.

Prerequisites:

The Service Stripe is authorized to be worn each stripe for three month of service, In contrast to the U.S. Army, a service stripe is authorized for wear by enlisted personnel upon completion of the specified service time frame (three months), regardless of the service member's disciplinary history. For example, a soldier with several non-judicial punishments and courts-martial would still be authorized a service stripe for three months service, although the Good Conduct Medal would be denied.

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