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Consists of a replica of
the coat of arms of the President of the United States in gold, encircled with 50 silver stars, on a blue enamel disk with the outer edge of gold rays radiating from the center,
1-3/4 inches in diameter.
Presidential Service Badge
Consists of a white enameled disc surrounded by 27 gold rays radiating from the center, 1-15/16 inches in diameter. A gold device taken
from the seal of the Vice President of the United States is in the center of the white disc.
Vice Presidential Service Badge
Consists of a gold spread
eagle grasping three gold crossed arrows, and an enamel
shield with 13 red and white stripes and a blue chief,
surcharged on its breast; passing behind the wing tips is a gold amulet bearing 13 gold stars above the eagle; a wreath of laurel and a green enamel olive is below the eagle, the whole is superimposed on a silver sunburst of 33 rays,
approximately 2 inches in diameter. Miniature badges are
approximately 1-1/2 inches in diameter.
Office of Secretary of Defense
Regular badge, approximately
2-1/4 inches by 2 inches, consists of an oval silver
metal wreath of laurel with the United States shield, (the Chief in blue enamel and the 13 stripes alternating white and red enamel) on four gold metal unsheathed swords. Two swords are in pale and two are in saltire with points to Chief, the points and pommels resting on the wreath, the blades and grips entwined with a gold metal continuous scroll surrounding the shield with the word JOINT at the top and the words CHIEFS OF STAFF at the bottom, all tin blue enamel letters. Miniature badges are approximately 1-1/2 inches in diameter.
Joint Chiefs of Staff
Full size badges are approximately 1-3/4 inches by 1-3/8 inches, oval, and bordered with a gold chain. The Master or Senior Chief Petty Officer
device and identifying silver plate, with applicable raised
silver lettering("Navy", "Fleet", "Force", or "Command"), are centered on a brushed gold background. Miniature badges are one-half the size of the regular badge..
Navy/Fleet/Force/CNO-Directed/Command/Chief of
the Boat
Embossed around the outside
of the badge are "United States Navy," "Recruiting
Command" and two stars. The center contains an eagle
design, similar to the Bureau of Naval Personnel seal.
Excellent performance meeting criteria set by COMNAVCRUITCOM
is acknowledged with the addition of a gold metallic
wreath and gold or silver stars. All recruiters, officer
and enlisted, serving in assigned recruiting billets in the direct recruiting production chain are eligible for the
gold wreath award. Subsequent awards are signified by
silver stars added to the wreath and a gold star is issued in lieu of three silver stars. Wear the wreath only while assigned to recruiting billets designated by COMNAVCRUITCOM.
Recruiting Command
The words are embossed
around the outside of the badge in gold lettering set in a blue background ("United States Navy," "Career Counselor," and two stars). The center contains an eagle design,
similar to the Bureau of Naval Personnel seal.
Career Counselor
A gold rope borders the
RDC badge, and a black band inside the gold rope is
embossed in gold lettering with the words "Division Commander". The center contains an eagle design, similar to the Bureau of Naval Personnel Seal, on a white background encircled by gold link. On the Gold Wreath
Award, a gold wreath borders the badge. A white scroll
with the word "Excellence" in gold inside the gold wreath
is embossed in gold lettering with the words "Division Commander". The center contains an eagle design, similar to the Bureau of Naval Personnel Seal, on a white background encircled by gold link
Recruit Division Commander Badge and Gold Wreath Award
A circular, gold metal
emblem, 1 inch in diameter, with a gold anchor
superimposed in the center of a silver federal shield.
UNITED STATES MERCHANT MARINE is inscribed around the
device.
Merchant Marine Service Emblem
The MAA Law-enforcement Badges may not be worn on what uniform?
Formal and Dinner Dress
Wher are Navy personnel assigned to Join Unified commands wear distinctive command identification badges?
Only when approved by the CNO.
The miniture command insiginal may not be worn on what uniform?
Full Dress Uniforms
Miniture small craft insigina may not be worn on what uniforms?
Full Dress Uniforms
What background material may be used for emboried devices?
Material that matches the uniform on which is worn.
One or two warfare emboired insgina devises may be worn on what uniform/s?
Navy Coverals and Utilities.
What ingsingina is worn by enlisted personnel that has worn the small craft ingsignia
and are advanced to Officer status?
The gold small craft ingsignia.
A
gold embroidered or gold metal
winged pin with a fouled
anchor behind a shield in the
center.
Naval Aviator Insignia.
A
gold pin with a star shooting
diagonally from the bottom
right to the top left, through
an elliptical ring, on the
shield of traditional Naval
Aviator's wings
Astronaut Insignia.
A gold embroidered
metal pin with a star shooting
diagonally from bottom right
to top left through an elliptical
ring, on the shield of
the traditional Naval Flight
Officer's wings.
c. Naval Aviator
Naval Astronaut (NFO) Insignia.
A gold embroidered
or gold metal winged pin with
a silver 0 circumscribing a
plain silver anchor on a gold
background.
Naval Aviation Observer
and Flight Meteorologist
Insignia.
A gold embroidered or
gold metal winged pin with a
supply corps oak leaf in the
center.
Naval Aviation Supply
Corps.
A winged, gold embroidered or
gold metal pin with a Medical
Corps device in the center inscribed
in an oval.
Flight Surgeon Insignia.
A gold metal pin designed like
the flight surgeons' without
the acorn.
Flight Nurse Insignia.
A gold embroidered
or gold metal winged
pin with a shield with a set
of small, crossed, fouled
anchors in the center.
Naval Flight Officer
Insignia (NFO)
A gold embroidered
or gold metal winged
pin with a shield with a set
of small, crossed, fouled
anchors in the center.
Naval Flight Officer
Insignia (NFO)
A gold embroidered
or gold metal winged
pin with a Medical Service
Corps device in the center inscribed
in an oval.
j. Aircrew Insignia (AC). A
Aviation Experimental Psychologist
and Aviation Physiologist
Insignia.
A
gold metal winged pin with an
anchor inscribed in a circle
in the center. The letters
"AC" straddle the shank of the
anchor.
Aircrew Insignia (AC).
A silver
metal winged pin with an anchor
on a shield in the center
and a scroll at the bottom of
the shield.
Aviation Warfare Specialist
Insignia (EAWS).
A gold or silver embroidered
or metal pin showing bow view
of a submarine proceeding on
the surface with bow planes
rigged for diving; flanked by
dolphins in horizontal position,
their heads resting on
upper edge of bow planes.
Submarine Insignia (SS).
A gold color metal
pin with two dolphins facing
an oval in the center inscribed
with the Medical Corps
device. The acorn in center
is silver.
Submarine Medical
Insignia.
A gold color metal
pin with two dolphins facing
an oval in the center inscribed
with the Medical Corps
device. The acorn in center
is silver.
n. Submarin
Submarine Medical
Insignia.
A gold metal pin
with two dolphins facing a
silver circle center inscribed
with a silver, three bladed,
propeller on a gold background.
The tips of propeller
blades trisect the circle and
one blade is vertical.
Submarine Engineering Duty
Insignia.
A
gold metal pin with two
dolphins facing a Supply Corps
oak leaf in the center.
Submarine Supply Corps.
A silver metal pin
showing the broadside view of
a "Flying Fish" class submarine
proceeding on the surface,
with a scroll at the
bottom of the wave.
Submarine Combat Patrol
Insignia.
A silver or gold
metal pin showing the broadside
view of a "LAFAYETTE"
class SSBN proceeding submerged,
with a POLARIS missile
circled by three electron
paths, centered in the foregound,
and a scroff across the
bottom of missile and submarine.
SSBN Deterrent Patrol Insignia.
A gold metal pin, with
the bow and superstructure of
a modern naval warship on two
crossed swords, on a background
of ocean swells.
Surface Warfare Insignia
(SWO).
A gold metal
pin, with a spread oak leaf, a
silver acorn on each side of
the stem on two crossed
swords, on a background of
ocean swells.
Surface Warfare Dental
Corps Insignia.
A gold metal
pin, with a spread oak leaf
surcharged with a silver acorn
on two crossed swords, on a
background of ocean swells.
Surface Warfare Medical
Corps Insignia.
A
gold metal pin, with a spread
oak leaf, attached to a slanting
twig on two crossed
swords, on a background of
ocean swells.
Surface Warfare Medical
Service Corps Insignia.
A gold metal
pin, with a spread oak leaf on
two crossed swords, on a background
of ocean swells.
Surface Warfare Nurse
Corps Insignia.
A gold metal pin
with a supply corps oak leaf
centered on the bow and superstructure
of a modern naval
warship superimposed on two
crossed naval swords, on a
background of ocean swells.
Surface Supply Corps
Insignia.
A silver
metal pin showing the bow and
superstructure of a modern
naval warship on two crossed
cutlasses, on a background of
ocean swells.
Enlisted Surface Warfare
Insignia (ESWS).
A gold metal pin consisting of
a five-pointed pyramidal star
on anchor flukes and a
partially unfurled commission
pennant showing six stars.
Command-at-Sea Insignia.
A gold metal,
three pronged trident
centered on an elliptically
shaped laurel wreath.
Command Ashore/Project
Manager Insignia.
A
gold or silver metal pin with
a small craft circumscribed by
an anchor flukes on the sides
and bottom and a three star
pennant on top.
Small Craft Insignia.
A
ship's helm with two crossed
fouled anchors in the center.
Craftmaster Insignia.
Same ship and bow wave
as Surface Warfare Insignia.
In lieu of crossed swords,
there is an ordnance disposal
bomb over crossed lightning
rays on one side, and a diving
helmet over two tridents on
the other.
Special Operations Insignia.
A gold metal pin with
an eagle holding a trident and
and enlisted cutlass on a
background of ocean swells.
Special Warfare Insignia
(SEAL).
A silver metal pin
showing the bow and
superstructure of a Mark V
Special Operations Craft on a
crossed flint-lock pistol and
enlisted cutlass, on a
background of ocean swells.
Special Warfare
Combatant-Craft Crewman
(SWCC).
A gold or silver metal pin
with a bee on crossed sword
and gun superimposed on an
anchor on a background of
leaves.
Seabee Combat Warfare
Specialist Insignia (SCWS).
A silver metal pin
with an open parachute
flanked on either side by
wings that curve upward.
Basic Parachutist Insignia
(PJ).
A gold embroidered
or gold metal winged pin with
a gold open parachute in the
center.
Naval Parachutist Insignia
(PJ).
A gold metal pin with
two upright seahorses facing
a diving helmet, and two tridents
projecting upward and
canted outward form the
diving helmets cover. A
double carrick bend
superimposed on the breast
plate.
Diving Officer Insignia
(DV).
A silver metal
diving helmet surrounded by
sea serpents.
First Class Diver Insignia
(DV).
A silver metal
diving helmet and breastplate.
Second Class Diver Insignia
(DV).
A silver metal pin
with a conventional drop bomb,
point down on a shield, and
radiant with four lightning
flashes, all within a wreath
of laurel leaves.
Basic Explosive Ordnance
Disposal Warfare Insignia
(EOD).
A gold or
silver metal trieste, on a
trident, surrounded by dolphins.
Deep Submergence.
A gold or
silver metal pin with a trident
and seahorse twined on a globe
superimposed on a breaking wave.
Integrated Undersea Surveillance
System.
A silver metal device
depicting the eagle, globe and
anchor atop two crossed rifles on
a background of ocean swells
breaking on a sandy beach.
Fleet Marine Force (FMF)
Enlisted Warfare Specialist
Insignia.
Created in 1938
is based on the original eagle
carved into the stern of the USS
CONSTITUTION. A gold embroidered
or metal spread eagle surcharged
with crossed anchors behind a
shield in the center. The
letters "USNR" appear on the
scroll at the bottom.
Naval Reserve Merchant
Marine Insignia.
Nametags
Center (1) ___ inch aboe the (2) ________ breast pocket.
Demensions of a nametage is (3) ____ inch by _____ inches.
(1) 1/4 inch
(2) right breast pocket
(3) 1 inch by 3-1/2
Velcro Backed Leather Nametags.
Shall be made of plain (1)_____ in (2)_"x_"
Emoboosed in (3) _____ for O's/CPOs and (4) _____ for E's
the block letters, (5) ___ inch hight
(1) Black (2) 2"x4"
(3) Gold (4) Sliver
(5) 1/4 inch
Define: Decoration
An award bestowed upon an individual for a specific personnal act of gallantry or meritorious service.
Unit Award.
An award made to an operating
unit worn only by members of that unit who participated in
the cited action.
Service Award.
An award made to those who
have participated in designated wars, campaigns, expeditions,
etc., or who have fulfilled creditable, specific,
service requirements.
Medal
An award presented to an individual
for performing certain duties, acts, or services consisting
of a medallion hanging from a distinctively colored
suspension ribbon.
Miniature Medal.
Replica of large medal, 1/2
the size of large medal. There is no miniature Medal of
Honor.
Badge
An award, to an individual for
special proficiency, consisting of a medallion hung from
bar(s).
Ribbon or Ribbon Bar.
Consists of a portion
of a medal's suspension ribbon
Rosette
Lapel device made by gathering the
suspension ribbon of the medal into a circular shape.
Lapel-Button
A miniature replica of the
ribbon or ribbon bar.
Attachment
Any item such as a star, letter,
clasp or other device worn on the suspension ribbon of a
medal or on the ribbon.
When can a member wear medals in civilian clothing?
evening dress (white tie) or civilian dinner dress (black
tie) in the same manner as for dinner dress jackets.
When are NON-MILITARY DECORATIONS authorized for wear on the naval uniform?
After all unit awards; precendence shall be the order of date of acceptance.
What is the Arrangement of the Ribbion Bar?
Arrange ribbions in order of precedence in rows from top down, inboard to outboard. Wear either the three senior ribbions, or all ribbions if you have earned three or more.
What is the maximum medals can be worn in each row?
3
Is Plating or polishing medals authoried?
Plating or polishing medals is
prohibited except personnel assigned to Washington Ceremonial
Guard.
How long is a row of Miniature medals?
Each
row of miniatures is 2-1/4 inches long
How many miniature medals are authorized in a row.
Wear up to five miniature medals in
a row with no overlap
What is the size of the Gold or Silver stars on the ribbions?
5/16 inch
Wear silver stars in
lieu of (1) ___ gold or (2) ___ bronze stars.
(1) 5 (2) 5
What is the Size of Bronze Stars?
3/16 inch
What is the Bronze Letter "V"?
The bronze letter "V" may be worn on the following ribbons
if the citation specifically authorizes the "V" for valor
(heroism):
Personnel receiving
Strike/Flight awards of the Air Medal wear a (1)(color and Size) inch (2) numeral on the Air Medal indicating the total number of awards received.
(1) bronze 5/16
(2) Arabic
What is the size and color of the Navy "E"?
3/16 inch and silver
For four or more award of the Navy "E" what do you wear?
For four or
more awards, wear only one 3/16 inch silver wreathed "E"
attachment centered on the ribbon.
What is the size of the "S" and "E" for qualificating for marksmanship?
1/4 Inch
With Service Ribbon (Navy-Marine Corps-Coast Guard)
For conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of
life, above and beyond the call of duty, in action
involving actual conflict with an opposing armed force.
MEDAL OF HONOR