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Welcome to the New Awards System


This system is here to non-statically recognize the hard working members of 1TF. Please use this system as such not just as a place to post large scores or claim to be the best at something therefore receiving an award.
The awards are made to sound realistic but have been modified and understood in gaming terms. Where as real life attitude usually plays a part.
If any of the rules do not please you/make sense please PM the Master of Ceremonies and he will have explanations/actions for you/him to take.
Please do not be afraid to post a nomination. Though awards are hard to achieve they are not hard to nominate for so please feel free to post your official nomination but keep all personal opinions within the nominations not within a new post.
If you believe you have earned an award please read and follow the rules and guidelines set out below.

Rules of Nominations for Awards

Evidence Supplied:

Nominated for the exact award two times.
Then approved by high command.

No Evidence Supplied:
Nominated for the exact award four times.
Then approved by high command.

  • No awards can be given 2 months after the event has taken place with no evidence supplied.
  • No awards can be given 2 months after the last submitted unsubstantial evidence.
  • No nominations for “any” award will be accepted. If an incorrect award is nominated the Master of Ceremonies will advise upon another award.
  • Evidential Material Accepted: Battle Recorder Files, Videos, Photos, Server Log files.
  • Evidential Material Not Accepted: Screen-shots of final scores (as this does not prove what you did), Voice recordings, Congratulations messages in-game or on XFire.
  • 90% of all the awards are achievable by everyone you will be informed if you are not able to achieve the award.

Guidelines of receiving an award

All awards may only be awarded by high command and must fit within set criteria specified by the Master of Ceremonies agreed to by the high command review board appointed. The Master of Ceremonies has been given permission to deny the awarding of a medal based on the criteria, set out by the high command review board, even for high command.

The Majority of awards are not retroactive and will not be given based upon previous activities in and outside of the battlefield as they can not be proven and can also not be assessed with the same psychological criteria as awards after the awards system has been activated.

Some awards are retroactive:

The Good Conduct Award
The Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal
The NCO Professional Development Ribbon
The CO Professional Development Ribbon
The United Nations Service Award
The NATO Service Award
The CATA Service Award
Note: These awards are retroactive because no psychological aspect has changed to their job and also requires recognition with substantial proof before given the award.

GENERAL AWARDS



The Good Conduct Award is awarded for exemplary behavior, efficiency, and fidelity in general service in the armed service. It is awarded on a selective basis to each soldier who distinguishes himself from among his/her fellow soldiers by their exemplary conduct, efficiency, and fidelity throughout a specified period of continuous enlisted service.


The Soldier’s Medal is awarded to any person of the Armed Forces whom distinguished himself by heroism not involving actual conflict with an enemy. The same degree of heroism is required as for the award of the Distinguished Flying Cross. The performance must have involved personal hazard or danger and the voluntary risk of life under conditions not involving conflict with an armed enemy. Awards will not be made solely based on having saved a life.


The Meritorious Service Award is awarded to members of the Armed Forces who distinguished themselves by outstanding non-combat meritorious achievement or service. Normally, the acts or services rendered must be comparable to that required for the Legion of Merit but in a duty of lesser though considerable responsibility.


The Legion of Merit is awarded to all members of the Armed Forces without reference to degree for exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services and achievements. The performance must have been such as to merit recognition of key individuals for service rendered in a clearly exceptional manner. Performance of duties normal to the grade, branch, specialty or assignment, and experience of an individual is not an adequate basis for this award. For service not related to actual war the term "key individual" applies to a narrower range of positions than in time of war and requires evidence of significant achievement.


The Armed Forces Service Award
is awarded to personnel assigned to operations as infantry in any area and have been continually successful and dedicated to any task at hand for a singular combat situation.


The Army Achievement Award is awarded to any member of the armed forces who distinguished himself by meritorious service or achievement of a lesser degree than required for award of the Army Commendation Medal. The Army Achievement Medal will not be awarded to general officers.


The Army Commendation Award is awarded to any member of the Armed Forces whom distinguished himself by heroism, meritorious achievement or meritorious service. Awards may be made for acts of valor performed under circumstances described above which are of lesser degree than required for award of the Bronze Star Medal. These acts may not involve aerial flight. An award may be made for acts of non-combatant-related heroism which do not meet the requirements for an award of the Soldier’s Medal.


The Defense Distinguished Service Award is awarded for exceptionally distinguished performance of duty contributing to security or defense at the highest levels while assigned to a joint activity.


The Distinguished Service Award is awarded to a person who, while serving in any capacity with the Army, distinguishes himself or herself by extraordinary heroism not justifying the award of a Medal of Honor; while engaged in an action against an enemy; while engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing/foreign force. The act or acts of heroism must have been so notable and have involved risk of life so extraordinary as to set the individual apart from his or her comrades.


The Bronze Star Medal is awarded to any person who, while serving in any capacity in the armed forces, distinguished himself by heroic or meritorious achievement or service, not involving participation in aerial flight, while engaged in an action against an enemy. Awards may be made for acts of heroism, performed under circumstances described above, which are of lesser degree than required for the award of the Silver Star. Awards may be made to recognize single acts of merit or meritorious service. The required achievement or service while of lesser degree than that required for the award of the Legion of Merit must nevertheless have been meritorious and accomplished with distinction.


The Silver Star is awarded to a person who, while serving in any capacity with the Armed forces, is cited for gallantry in action against an enemy while engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing foreign force. The required gallantry, while of a lesser degree than that required for award of the Distinguished Service Cross, must nevertheless have been performed with marked distinction.


The Medal of Honor is awarded, by the Leader to a person who, while a member of the Armed forces on active duty, distinguishes himself or herself conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life above and beyond the call of duty while engaged in action against an enemy. The deed performed must have been one of personal bravery or self-sacrifice so conspicuous as to clearly distinguish the individual above his or her comrades and must have involved risk of life. Incontestable proof of the performance of the service will be exacted and each recommendation for the award of this decoration will be considered on the standard of extraordinary merit.

 

 

OTHER AWARDS



The Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal
may be awarded to active members of the Armed Forces participated in a military operation whom, in the opinion of the Senior ranks, entered without hesitation into a enemy position where significant enemy were known of and where hostile action by foreign armed forces was imminent even though it may not materialize. The medal shall be awarded only for operations for which no other campaign medal is approved.


The Organizational Excellence Award is a personal military decoration of the Armed Forces in any grade above that of a Corporal have actively participated in an excellent example of organization resulting in a successful operation.


The Joint Service Achievement Award is awarded to Squad Leaders for coordinating a grand Air, Navy and Land operation in the armed forces.


The Joint Service Commendation Award is awarded to Commanders for coordinating a grand Air, Navy and Land operation in the armed forces.


The Instructor’s Ribbon recognizes those service members who are trained and qualified as instructors to enlisted personnel during training. To qualify, they must hold the appropriate MOS and must have served a successful tour of duty.


The Combat Veteran Recognition Medal is a personal military decoration of the Armed force in any grade below that of a Colonel have actively participated in continuous successful combat. To be awarded the Combat Veteran Recognition Medal, the individual must have rendered satisfactory performance under enemy fire while actively participating in many engagements (more than five) on separate occasions.


The Prisoner of War Award is issued only to those military personnel who were taken prisoner and held captive or were lost behind enemy lines in active duty and while engaged in an action against an enemy.


The Humanitarian Service Medal is awarded to members of the Armed Forces who distinguish themselves by meritorious direct participation in any significant military act or operation of a humanitarian nature.
a. Service members must be on active duty at the time for direct participation. It also includes service as a cadet.
b. Service members must have directly participated in the humanitarian act or operation.


The Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal is awarded to members of the Armed Forces who performed outstanding volunteer community service of a sustained, direct and consequential nature. To be eligible, an individual’s service must:
a. Be to the clan currently in or the general mod community.
b. Be significant in nature and produce tangible results.
While there is no specific time threshold to qualify for the MOVSM, the more done for the benefit of the clan or community in a shorter space of tie will be reviewed favorably if it is not at the cost of other active duties of the individual. The MOVSM is intended to recognize exceptional community support over time and not a single act or achievement.


The Long Service Award is a personal military decoration of the any member of the Armed force who have actively participated in continuous community activities and discussions. To be awarded the Long Service Award, the individual must have continued satisfactory performance in discussions, meetings and combat while contributing to the community for more than 1 year.

 


The United Nations Service Award is awarded to those shown to be acting in the service of peace in a server or battle or for the defense of innocent civilian or United Nations units. Also this is to be awarded to those who have served in the United Nations Units in a battle one or more times.


The NATO Service Award is awarded to those who have been active in one or more NATO operations. The acceptance of the NATO Medal has been approved for Military personnel who serve under NATO Command or operational control in direct support of NATO operations.


The CATA Service Award is awarded to those who have been active in one or more CATA operations. The acceptance of the CATA Medal has been approved for Military personnel who serve under CATA Command or operational control in direct support of CATA operations.

 

 

INCREMENTAL AWARDS



  

The NCO Professional Development Ribbon is awarded to members of Armed Forces and Army Reserve for successful completion of designated Non-commissioned Officer professional development courses.
A numeral will be affixed to the ribbon to indicate completion of specific levels of subsequent courses. The numeral is the level of NCO positions in the hierarchy you currently hold e.g: E-4 to E-9.



   

The CO Professional Development Ribbon is awarded to members of Armed Forces and Army Reserve for successful completion of designated Commissioned Officer professional development courses.
A numeral will be affixed to the ribbon to indicate completion of specific levels of subsequent courses. The numeral is the level of CO positions in the hierarchy you currently hold e.g: O-1 to Special.

The Recruitment Recognition Award is
awarded to members of Armed Forces for successful completion of requested and nominated recruits enlistment.

A numeral will be affixed to the ribbon to indicate completion of specific levels of subsequent recruits. Level 1 = 2, Level 2 = 4, Level 3 = 6, Level 4 = 8, Level 5 = 10, Level § = 10+.


 

 

AIR AWARDS



The Air Achievement Award is awarded to any member of the armed forces who distinguished himself by meritorious service or achievement of a lesser degree than required for award of the Army Commendation Medal while participating in aerial flight.


The Air Commendation Award is awarded to any member of the Armed Forces whom distinguished himself by heroism, meritorious achievement or meritorious service while participating in aerial flight. Awards may be made for acts of valor performed under circumstances described above which are of lesser degree than required for award of the Distinguished Flying Award.


The Distinguished Flying Award is awarded to any person who, while serving in any capacity with the Armed Forces, distinguishes himself by heroism or extraordinary achievement while participating in aerial flight. The performance of the act of heroism must be evidenced by voluntary action above and beyond the call of duty. The extraordinary achievement must have resulted in an accomplishment so exceptional and outstanding as to clearly set the individual apart from his comrades or from other persons in similar circumstances. Awards will be made only to recognize single acts of heroism or extraordinary achievement and will not be made in recognition of sustained operational activities against an armed enemy.


The Air Medal is awarded to any person who, while serving in any capacity in or with the armed forces, shall have distinguished himself by meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight. Awards may be made to recognize single acts of merit or heroism or for meritorious service. Award of the Air Medal is primarily intended to recognize those personnel who are on current crew member or non-crew member flying status which requires them to participate in aerial flight on a regular and frequent basis in the performance of their primary duties. However, it may also be awarded to certain other individuals whose combat duties require regular and frequent flying in other than a passenger status or individuals who perform a particularly noteworthy act while performing the function of a crew member but who are not on flying status.