The AFJROTCawards program is designed to foster morale,esprit de corps, and recognize the achievements of AFJROTC cadets. Variousnational, veteran and citizenship organizations participate in the presentationprograms. Awardssponsored by national organizations are funded by the sponsoring organizationand donated through local chapters where available. Only Awards and Decorationsapproved by HQ AFOATS/JR and listed in this guide may be worn. Units may notcreate local awards for wear on the uniform. See Award POCs at end of awards.
1. Awareness Presentation Team Badge (APT) Awarded forparticipation on the Awareness Participation Team.
2. Kitty Hawk Air Society Badge Awarded to cadetswho are members of the Kitty Hawk Air Society. The Kitty Hawk charter shouldspell out the requirements for entry into the society.
3. Academy Modeling of Aeronautics (AMA) Wings Awarded to cadetswho have created a model of an aerospace vehicle, donated the model to thecorps, written a minimum one page report on the vehicle, and presented thereport orally to their flight. AMA Wings are also awarded to cadets who aremembers of a local AMA chartered model airplane club. Contact the AMA to obtain badge forqualifying cadets (List of award contacts is located in Wings).
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4. Distinguished AFJROTC Cadet Badge This annual awardrecognizes one Outstanding third-year cadet selected at the end of the schoolyear. The recipient must be of high moral character, demonstrate positivepersonal attributes, display outstanding military potential, and maintainconsistent academic and military excellence. The SASI, in coordination with theASIs and with the concurrence of the principal, selects the recipient of thisaward.
5. Aerospace Education Foundation (AEF)Academic Cadet Badge Awarded to rising Junior and Senior cadets for academicexcellence as signified by attaining an overall 3.3 grade point average with nograde below C in their transcript.
6. Model Rocketry Badge Awarded to cadetswho have fulfilled model rocketry program requirements. Program requirementsare listed in the Model Rocketry Handbook available on Ola’s AFJROTC websiteunder publications and forms.
7. Other Badges Wearingbadges from other services beyond their intended purpose, badges from theregular Air Force, or other organizations on the AFJROTC uniform is prohibited.However, badges earned by cadets enrolled in a sister service JROTC program maybe worn on the AFJROTC uniform in the location specified by the sister service.The AFJROTC badge location will always take precedence over the sister servicebadge.
Marksmanshipcompetition awards and badges may be worn on the AFJROTC uniform under theribbons on the left pocket flap of the light blue shirt or below the ribbons onthe service dress coat.
Wear of the AFJROTC official shoulderpatch is mandatory on all uniforms except the raincoat, overcoat, andall-weather coat. Cadets enrolled in Civil Air Patrol (CAP) and AFJROTC who usethe same uniform for both activities may wear the CAP wing patch on the rightshoulder and the AFJROTC patch on the left shoulder with the AFJROTC shoulderpatch taking precedence. NOTE: Ola’sunit patch will be worn on right shoulder if CAP patch is not worn.
Cadets areauthorized to wear one shoulder cord on the left shoulder. Wear the shoulder cord only on lightblue shirt and the service dress coat. The SASI will designate criteria on whomay wear shoulder cords. Colors to denote different honors or leadershippositions may be used. Criteria and shoulder cord colors are described below. On the service dress coat, cords should be pinnedto the shoulder with the pin hidden beneath the cord. The following cords areauthorized for GA-20102 cadets:
1. Senior Staff
2. Command Support Staff
3. Squadron Commanders
4. Superintendents andFirst Sergeant
5. Flight Commanders
6. Flight Sergeants
8. Color Guard
9. Honor Guard Commander
10. Armed/Unarmed DrillTeam Commanders
11. Armed/Unarmed Drill Team Members
12. Saber Team Commanderand Team Members
13. Kitty Hawk Air SocietyCommander and Members
14. Outstanding Cadet(s)of the Month
Shoulder tabs are cloth archesdenoting participation in a JROTC activity. Cadets are authorized to wear oneshoulder tab on the right shoulder of the service dress coat, lightweight bluejacket and the light blue shirt, centered between the unit patch and the shoulderseam. Tabs will have the name of the activity on them (e.g., drill team, saberteam, honor guard, etc.). If no unit patch is worn, tab should be worn 1 inchbelow the shoulder seam. If a unit patch is worn, shoulder tab should becentered between the unit patch and the shoulder seam. Only cloth shoulder tabsare authorized. Shoulder tabs are optional. The SASI will designate whichactivities will be denoted by shoulder tabs and set the criteria for each.
(an* represents a new ribbon or a name change).
A. Special awards
1. Gold Valor Award
2. Silver Valor Award
3. Cadet Humanitarian Award
*4. Community Service with Excellence Award
B. National awards
5. Air Force Association Award
6. Daedalian Award
7. American Legion Scholastic Award
8. American Legion General MilitaryExcellence Award
9. Daughters of the American RevolutionAward
10. American Veterans Award
11. Reserve Officers Association Award
12. Military Order of World Wars Award
13. Military Officers Association Award(formerly called “The Retired Officers Association Award”)
14. Veterans of Foreign Wars Award
15. National Sojourners Award
16. Sons of the American Revolution Award
17. Scottish Rite, Southern JurisdictionAward
18. Military Order of the Purple HeartAward
19. Air Force Sergeants Association Award
20. Sons of Union Veterans of the CivilWar Award
*20a. . Celebrate Freedom Foundation/Embry RiddleAeronautical University JROTC Award
21. Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated AirForce Junior ROTC Cadet Award
*22. The Retired Enlisted AssociationAward
C. AFJROTC Awards
23. Outstanding Cadet Ribbon
24. Leadership Ribbon
25. Achievement Ribbon
26. Superior Performance Ribbon
27. Distinguished Unit Award
28. Aerospace and Technology Honors CampRibbon (use the same ribbon as the Leadership School Ribbon and add the Hdevice)
29. Top Performer Award
30. Academic Ribbon
31. Outstanding Flight Award
32. Leadership School Ribbon
33. Drill Competition Ribbon
34. Orienteering Competition Ribbon
35. Co-curricular Activities LeadershipRibbon
36. Drill Team Ribbon
37. Color Guard Ribbon
38. Saber Team Ribbon
39. Service Ribbon
*40. Extreme Excellence Challenge (E2C)Ribbon (formerly called the “Physical Fitness Ribbon”)
41. Recruiting Ribbon
42. Activities Ribbon
43. Attendance Ribbon
44. Good Conduct Ribbon
45. Dress and Appearance Ribbon
46. Longevity Ribbon
D. CIVIL AIR PATROL(CAP) AWARDS
47. General Carl Spaatz Award
48. General Ira C. Eaker Award
49. Amelia Earhart Award
50. General Billy Mitchell Award
51. General J.F. Curry Achievement Award
NOTE: Badges orinsignia from Active Duty, Guard, Reserve, or any other non-AFJROTC group arenot authorized on the AFJROTC uniform. Badges, ribbons or insignia from middleschool programs such as Youth Leadership Corps are not authorized on theAFJROTC uniform.
1.Gold Valor Award - The Gold Valor Award recognizes the most outstanding voluntary acts ofself-sacrifice and personal bravery bya cadet involving conspicuous risk of life above and beyond the call of duty. Awards consist of a medal, ribbon, and certificate.
Forward recommendations for valorawards through HQ AFOATS/JROS for review and approval within 6 monthsof the incident. Include a detailed descriptionof the situation, newspaper clippings (if available), statements by victims and observers, and any otherinformation deemed appropriate to validateeligibility. In addition, submit a proposed citation to accompany the award. AFOATS/JROS will forward thevalor award to AFOATS/JR for final approval.Upon approval, HQ AFOATS/JROS distributes the citation, medal, and ribbon for presentation.
2. Silver Valor Award - The Silver ValorAward is awarded to a cadet for a voluntary act of heroism which does not meetthe risk-of-life requirements of the Gold Valor Award. Awards consist of a medal, ribbon, andcertificate.
Forwardrecommendations for valor awards through HQ AFOATS/JROS for review and approvalwithin 6 months of the incident. Include a detailed description of thesituation, newspaper clippings (if available), statements by victims andobservers, and any other information deemed appropriate to validateeligibility. In addition, submit a proposed citation to accompany the award.AFOATS/JROS will forward the valor award to AFOATS/JR for final approval. Uponapproval, HQ AFOATS/JROS distributes the citation, medal, and ribbon forpresentation.
3. CadetHumanitarian Award It is intended to recognize cadets who provide aid inresponse to a singular extraordinary event such as a natural disaster or othercatastrophe that has placed or has the potential to place a hardship on theirfellow citizens. Awardconsists of a ribbon and certificate.
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4.Community Service with Excellence Award - It is intended to recognize thoseindividual cadets who provide significant leadership in the planning,organizing, directing, and executing of a major unit community service projectthat greatly benefit the local community. This is not an award given toparticipants but to the key leader(s) of the project. AFJROTC Instructor is the approving official and must print off thecertificate of recognition from HQ Library | Certificates and order the ribbonfor presentation.
5. AirForce Association (AFA) Award - This AFA-sponsored award is presented annually tothe outstanding third-year cadet. The award recipient mustpossess/meet the following personal Characteristics and eligibility criteria:Positive attitude (toward AFJROTC and school), outstanding personal appearance(uniform and grooming), display personal attributes such as initiative,judgment, and self-confidence, courteous demeanor (promptness, obedience, andrespect for customs), growth potential (capacity for responsibility, highproductivity, adaptability to change), possess the highest personal and ethicalstandards and strong positive convictions, rank in the top 5% in their AFJROTCclass, and rank in the top 10% of their academic class. Be recommended by the SASI for the OutstandingCadet Ribbon. NOTE: TheSASI, as chairman, with the ASI and other faculty members, selects therecipient by 1 April. Upon selection, the SASI requests the award from theDirector of ROTC Affairs, Air Force Association.
6. Daedalian Award - The Order ofDaedalians is a fraternity of commissioned pilots from all military services.It is named after the legendary figure, Daedalus, and was organized by WWImilitary pilots who sought to perpetuate the spirit of patriotism, love ofcountry, and the high ideals of self-sacrifice which place service to thenation above personal safety and position. This award is offered to encouragethe development of these traits in cadets and to interest them in a militarycareer. This annual award recognizes one outstanding third-year cadet ateach unit that meets the following criteria: demonstrate an understanding andappreciation of patriotism, love of country, and service to the nation,indicate the potential and desire to pursue a military career, rank in the top10% of their AFJROTC class, rank in the top 20% of their school class. NOTE: The SASI selects the recipient andrequests the award from the nearest Daedalian Flight. A minimum of 90 days’notice is required to allow the local chapter to obtain the award from theirnational headquarters and to schedule a Daedalian Flight presenter for theaward.
7.American Legion scholastic Award - This award is presented annually to one third- or fourth-year cadet(in a 4-year program) based on thecadet’s overall scholastic achievements. Each cadet must: Rank in the top 10% of the high school class, rank in thetop 25% of their AS class, demonstrate leadership qualities, and actively participate in studentactivities. This awardconsists of a bronze medalaccompanied by a ribbon with a distinctive miniature attachment depicting a scholastic scroll. NOTE: The SASI, aschairman, with the ASI and at leastone faculty member, selects the recipient and must request the award not later than 15 April. The award devices andpresenter can be requested from the nearest AmericanLegion Post. If there is no local post, contact the American Legion Headquarters. See Attachment 11 for list ofaward points of contact.
7a. American Legion General Military ExcellenceAward - This award is presented annually to one third- or fourth-year cadet basedon the cadet general military excellence. Each cadet must: rank in the top 25%of the high school class, rank in the top 25% of their AFJROTC class,demonstrate outstanding qualities in military leadership, discipline,character, and citizenship. This award consists of a bronze medal accompanied by a ribbon with adistinctive miniature attachment depicting a torch. NOTE: The SASI andprincipal select the recipient and must request the award and a presenter notlater than 1 March. The award devices and presenter can be requested from thenearest DAR chapter.
8. Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR)Award - This award is presented annually to one fourth-year cadet thatmeets the following criteria: rank in the top 25% of their AFJROTC class, rankin the top 25% of their high school class, demonstrate qualities ofdependability and good character, demonstrate adherence to military discipline,possess leadership ability and a fundamental and patriotic understanding of theimportance of JROTC training. This award consists of a bronze medaland ribbon. NOTE: The SASI and principal select the recipient and must requestthe award and a presenter not later than 1 March. The award devices andpresenter can be requested from the nearest DAR chapter.
9. AmericanVeterans (AMVETS) Award - This award is presented annually to onequalified cadet that possesses individual characteristics contributing toleadership such as: a positive attitude toward Air Force JROTC programs andservice in the Air Force, personal appearance (wearing of the uniform, posture,and grooming, personal attributes (initiative, dependability, judgment, andself-confidence), officer potential (capacity for responsibility, adaptability,and maintenance of high personal standards), obtained a grade of "A"in their AFJROTC class, be in good scholastic standing in all classes at thetime of selection and at the time of presentation. This award consists of a medal pendantand ribbon. NOTE: The SASI selectsthe recipient of the award and submits a brief nomination letter andbiographical sketch of the cadet to the state AMVETS department where the schoolis located. An AMVETS representative should make the presentation if aparticipating local post or department representative is available.
10. Reserve Officers Association (ROA) Award - This award ispresented annually for military and academic achievement to an outstanding fourth-yearcadet The recipient must possess individual characteristics contributing toleadership such as: positive attitude toward the AS curriculum, outstanding personalappearance (wear of the uniform, posture, and grooming), attributes ofinitiative, judgment, and self- confidence, courtesy (promptness, obedience,and respect), growth potential (capacity for responsibility, high productivity,adaptability to change), demonstrate the highest personal and ethical standardsand strong positive convictions, rank in the top 10% of their AFJROTC class. This award consists of a bronze medal,ribbon, and certificate. The SASI, aschairman, with the ASI and at least one faculty member, selects the recipientof the award. The local ROA chapter contacts each ASI before 15 September andfurnishes the name of the ROA representative for presentation purposes. If nocontact is made by 15 September, the SASI must communicate directly with theNational Headquarters of the Reserve Officers Association.
11.Military Order of World Wars Award - This award is presented annually to an outstanding cadet who hascommitted to continue the aerospacescience program the following school year. Selectionis based on outstanding accomplishments or service to the AFJROTC unit. This award consists of a bronze medal pendant,certificate, and ribbon. NOTE:The SASI, with the concurrence of the principal, selects the recipient and completes the MilitaryOrder of the World Wars (MOWW) citation bysummarizing the cadet’s outstanding accomplishments or service to the unit. The citation and request for themedal, certificate, and ribbon are sent to the nearestlocal chapter of the MOWW. The SASI will make arrangements for a MOWW representative to make thepresentation at an appropriate ceremony. If alocal chapter is unavailable,contact the MOWW National Headquarters. See awardpoints of contact. If a member is not available, any active, reserve, or retired commissioned officer may presentthe award.
12. Military Officers Association of America(MOAA) Award - Thisaward, formerly known as The Retired Officers Association Award, consists of amedal pendant with ribbon. This award is presented annually to an outstanding third-yearcadet who shows exceptional potential for military leadership. Each cadetmust: be a member of the junior class, be in good academic standing, be of highmoral character, show a high order of loyalty to the unit, school, and country,and show exceptional potential for military leadership. NOTE: The SASI selects the recipient subject to the finalapproval of the sponsoring MOAA chapter. The SASI requests the award devicesfrom the nearest MOAA chapter. A MOAA representative will make the awardpresentation. If a MOAA chapter is not available in the area, the SASI sendsthe request to the MOAA headquarters.
13.Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Award - This award presented annually to an outstandingthird- or fourth-year cadet who is actively engaged in the AFJROTC programand who possesses individual characteristics contributing to leadership. Eachcadet must: have a positive attitude toward AFJROTC, have outstanding militarybearing and conduct, possess strong positive personal attributes (such ascourtesy, dependability, punctuality, respect, and cooperation), demonstratepatriotism (being a member of the color guard or drill team) and actively promoteAmericanism, demonstrate leadership potential, attain a grade of "B"in AFJROTC with an overall average grade of "C" in all subjects forthe previous semester, be active in student activities, not have been previousrecipients of this award. Thisaward consists of a medal pendant with ribbon. NOTE: The SASI selects the recipientsubject to the final approval of the sponsoring VFW chapter. The SASI requeststhe award from the nearest local post in February for presentation in April orMay. A VFW representative will present the award at an appropriate ceremony. Ifno local post is available, or if the local post does not offer the award,obtain information by contacting the headquarters of the Veterans of ForeignWars of the United States.
14. National Sojourners Award - This award ispresented annually recognizing an outstanding second or third-year cadetwho contributed the most to encourage and demonstrate Americanism within thecorps of cadets and on campus. Each cadet must: be in the top 25% of theiracademic class, encourage and demonstrate ideals of Americanism, demonstratepotential for outstanding leadership, not have previously received the award. This award consists of a ribbon, medal pendant, and certificate. NOTE: TheSASI selects the recipient subject to the final approval of the sponsoringNational Sojourners chapter. The SASI requests the award from the nearest localchapter in February for presentation in April or May. A representative from theNational Sojourners will make the award presentation at an appropriateceremony. If no local chapter is available or if the local chapter does notoffer the award, contact the headquarters of the National Sojourners.
15.Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Award - This awardrecognizes an outstanding third-year cadet. The recipient must exhibit a high degree of leadership,military bearing, and all- aroundexcellence in AFJROTC studies and not have previously received the award. Each cadet must: be currently enrolled in the AFJROTC program, be in the top 10% of theirAFJROTC class, be in the top 25%of their overall class. Thisaward consists of a bronze medal withribbon. NOTE: The SASI and the Principal select the recipient of the award not later than 1 March. The SARnational headquarters furnishes the secretary of each applicable SAR state organization a list of the AFJROTCunits in their state. Arepresentative of SAR will present the award and correspond directly with each unit within their area. The SASI makesarrangements for presentation with the applicablestate society or local chapter.
16. Scottish Rite, Southern Jurisdiction Award- Thisaward annually recognizes an outstanding third-year cadet. Each cadetmust: contribute the most to encourage Americanism by participation inextracurricular activities or community projects, demonstrate academicexcellence by being in the top 25% of class, demonstrate the qualities ofdependability, good character, self-discipline, good citizenship andpatriotism, not have been a previous recipient of this award. This award consists of a medal,ribbon, and certificate. NOTE: The SASI selects the recipient and requests theaward from the nearest Scottish Rite Valley of the Southern Jurisdiction at anytime during the calendar year. With a 30-day notice, a representative of theScottish Rite Valley of the Southern Jurisdiction will make the presentation atan appropriate ceremony. If no local unit is available, or if the local unitdoes not offer the award, obtain information by contacting the nationalheadquarters of the Scottish Rite Valley of the Southern Jurisdiction. The starworn on the ribbon must be procured with private or unit funds and will not befurnished by the sponsoring organization.
17.Military Order of the Purple Heart Award - This award annually recognizes an outstandingthird- or fourth-year cadet who demonstrates leadership ability. Each cadetmust: have a positive attitude toward AFJROTC and country, hold a leadershipposition in the cadet corps, be active in school and community affairs, attaina grade of "B" or better in all subjects for the previous semester,not have been a previous recipient of this award. This award consists of a medal pendantwith a ribbon. NOTE: The SASI selects the recipientand requests the award from the nearest Military Order of the Purple Heart unitin February for presentation in April or May. A representative of the MilitaryOrder of the Purple Heart will make the presentation at an appropriateceremony. If no local unit is available, or if the local unit does not offerthe award, obtain information by contacting the national headquarters of theMilitary Order of the Purple Heart.
18. Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA)Award - This award recognizes an outstanding third- or fourth-year cadet.The recipient must demonstrate outstanding qualities in military leadership,discipline, character, and citizenship. Each cadet must: be in the top 25% ofthe AFJROTC class, demonstrate outstanding qualities in military leadership,discipline, character, and citizenship, not have been a previous recipient ofthis award. This annualaward consists of a medal pendant with a ribbon. NOTE: The SASI, aschairperson, with the ASI, recommends the recipient of the award at least 60days prior to the desired presentation date, but not later than 15 April. TheSASI requests the award and an AFSA presenter from the nearest AFSA chapter. Ifinformation on the nearest chapter is not available, or if there is no activeAFSA chapter in the area, the SASI will contact the AFSA internationalheadquarters to obtain the name and address of the division president whosearea of responsibility is nearest the requesting school.
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20. Celebrate Freedom Foundation/Embry RiddleAeronautical University JROTC Award - This ribbon goes to a second orthird year cadet who has a positive attitude, outstanding personalappearance, displays initiative, judgment, self- confidence, promptness,obedience and respect for customs.
21.Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated (TAI) Air Force JROTC Cadet Award - This award ispresented annually to two cadets. Cadets may be first-year,second-year, or third-year cadets and must meet the following criteria:attain a grade of "B" or better in their AFJROTC class, be in goodacademic standing, actively participate in cadet corps activities, participatein at least 50% of all unit service programs. This TAI sponsored award consists of a ribbon and acertificate. NOTE: The SASI and ASIselect the recipients. This award is mailed to all units proactively byAFJROTC Unit SC-065, C.A. Johnson Preparatory Academy not later than 1 March.AFJROTC Unit SC-065, C.A. Johnson Preparatory Academy will mail all awarddevices and certificates in one mass mailing. A follow-up report is requiredafter the award is presented. Provide SC-065 the names and grades of therecipients and date award was presented on the supplied mail back form.
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22. The Retired Enlisted Association (TREA)Award - Awarded annually, at the SASI's discretion, for exceptional leadershipto the most outstanding AFJROTC cadet while serving in an EnlistedRank. The selected enlisted cadet must have shown outstanding leadershipthroughout the course of the school year. This award consists of a medal set with ribbon and acertificate from TREA.
23. Outstanding Cadet Ribbon - Awarded annuallyat the SASI's discretion to the outstanding first-year, second-year,third-year, and fourth-year cadet. The recipients must be of high moralcharacter, demonstrate positive personal attributes, display outstandingmilitary potential, attain academic andmilitary excellence, and be involved in the cadet corps.
24. Leadership Ribbon - Awarded at theSASI's discretion for outstanding performance in a position of leadership as anAFJROTC cadet in corps training activities. Limit this ribbon to 5 percent ofthe eligible group to ensure recognition of cadets who have consistentlydisplayed outstanding leadership ability above and beyond expected performance.
25.Achievement Ribbon - Awarded for a significant achievement as deemedappropriate by the SASI. Limit this ribbon to 5 percent of the cadet corps.Individuals may not receive more than one ribbon during a 1-year period.
26. Superior Performance Ribbon - Awarded annuallyat the SASI's discretion for outstanding achievement or meritorious servicerendered specifically on behalf of AFJROTC. Present the ribbon for a single orsustained performance of a superior nature. Limit this ribbon to 10 percent ofthe cadet corps to ensure recognition of achievements and services which areclearly outstanding and exceptional when compared to achievements andaccomplishments of other cadets.
27. Distinguished Unit Award (DUA) - Awarded to cadetsenrolled during the academic year when a unit is selected by HQ AFJROTC toreceive the DUA. Units have to set and accomplish goals for the year to attainthis award. AFJROTCOperations Support will post specific criteria for this award annually in the WingsDistinguished Unit Award folder. NOTE: If DUA is won by unit in multiple yearsthen consecutive awards are denoted by single oak leaf clusters for eachadditional award.
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28. Aerospace and Technology Honors Camp Ribbons. -Awarded for attendance at Honors Camp. This award consists of a LeadershipSchool Ribbon with an “H” device and will be provided by HQ AFJROTC at theHonors Camp site.
28a. Top Performer Award - The Cadet TopPerformer Award is a Headquarters, AFJROTC award presented to a maximum of 2%of the current cadet corps. All currently enrolled cadets may be considered. Specificconsideration should be given to cadets not previously recognized for superiorperformance. The award will recognize a cadet's performance in the followingkey areas: Leadership and job performance: in primary duty and specifically inpreparation for the unit's triennial assessment. Leadership qualities:involvement and positions held in extracurricular activities. Academicperformance: nominee must be in good academic standing in all high schoolcourse work. Significant self- improvement. Community involvement. Otheraccomplishments. NOTE: ASASI may nominate candidates to their respective Area Administrator. AreaAdministrators will present awards to nominees during their visit unlesspersonal observation of the cadet warrants otherwise. Ribbons will be available from HQ AFJROTC anddistributed to the Area Administrators for presentation. The award consists ofa certificate and a ribbon, which may be presented by the Area Administratorduring the visit or the SASI if the cadet(s) is unavailable due to classscheduling conflict, etc. The ribbon may be worn for the duration of a cadet’stenure in AFJROTC.
29. Academic Ribbon - Awarded foracademic excellence as signified by attaining an overall grade point average ofat least "B" for one academic semester, in addition to an"A" average in AFJROTC.
30. Outstanding Flight Ribbon - Awarded eachacademic semester to members of the outstanding flight under criteriadetermined by the SASI and ASI(s).
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30A. LeadershipSchool Ribbon. Awarded for completion of an approved leadership schoolprogram of at least 5 days duration. Add an “H” Device for completion of an AirForce Honors Camp (provided by HQ AFJROTC at camp site). Add a silver star foroutstanding performance or leadership ability at a Leadership School. Limit thestar to 10 percent of the class. This ribbon may only be earned once.
31. Drill Competition Ribbon - Awarded to drillteam members for placing first, second, third, fourth, or fifth place in an AirForce or Joint Service drill meet. Compete at State, AF Nationals, or Armed Forces Nationals.
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31A. Orienteering Competition Ribbon. Awarded to team members for placing first, second, third, fourth, or fifth place inan orienteering meet.
32. Co-curricular Activities Leadership Ribbon- Awarded at theSASI’s discretion for leadership in AFJROTC co-curricular activities (such asdining-in chairperson, military ball chairperson, etc.). The recipient must havedemonstrated exceptional leadership in achieving objectives through thecoordinated efforts of others. This award may be earned a maximum of fourtimes. An oak leaf cluster should be added to this ribbon for each additionalaward.
33. Drill Team Ribbon - Awarded fordistinguished participation in all drill meets and attended 40 drill teampractices per academic year. An oak leaf cluster should be added to this ribbon for each year ofqualifying membership beginning with the second year. Compete at State, AF Nationals, or ArmedForces Nationals.
34. Color Guard Ribbon - Awarded fordistinguished participation in all drill meets or completion of 10 color guarddetails and attended 40 drill team or 20 color guard practices per academic year.An oak leaf clustershould be added to this ribbon for each year of qualifying membership beginningwith the second year. Compete at State, AF Nationals, or Armed ForcesNationals.
35. Saber Team Ribbon - Awarded fordistinguished participation in at least 10 saber team details or participate in75% of details for the year and attended 20 saber team practices per academicyear. An oak leaf clustershould be added to this ribbon for each year of qualifying membership beginningwith the second year.
36. Service Ribbon - Awarded at theSASI's discretion for distinctive performance in school, community service, orAFJROTC service projects (40 hours). Limit to members whose activeparticipation in a service project contributed significantly to the goals ofthe organization. Participationin Drill Teams, Saber Team or Color Guard does not qualify for the serviceribbon.
37. ExtremeExcellence Challenge (E2C) Ribbon - Awarded by the SASI forparticipation in the Extreme Excellence Challenge (E2C) physical fitnessprogram. All cadets who participate in the E2C program will receive thePhysical Fitness Ribbon. The Bronze Star device will be awarded and worn on theribbon to any cadet scoring in the 80-89 percentile in the E2C program. If acadet earns a percentile score of 90-99 they will wear a Silver Star. If theyreceive a perfect 100 percent they will wear the Gold Star on the ribbon. The percentiles are computedautomatically under E2C Assessment in Wings. You have to load the initialbaseline exercises and then the end of semester/year exercises. Cadets can also receive the E2C ribbon bycompleting the Walk-it-Out program of walking 216 miles with in a semester. SeeWalk-it-Out program guidelines for details verifying mileage. Cadets can also receive the E2C ribbon bymeeting or exceeding the 1-mile run standard of 6-minutues for boys and 8-minutesfor girls as well as completing Summer DrillLeadership School and Summer Leadership School.
38. Recruiting Ribbon - Awarded foroutstanding effort in support of unit recruiting activities. Cadets can earnthe recruiting ribbon in two ways: 1)Actively participate in at least two recruiting events during the school yearor 2) recruit one new member into the program. The new member must remain in the program the entire semester recruitedand enrolled.
39. Activities Ribbon - Awarded for participation in co-curricularactivities other than Drill, Color Guard, and Saber teams. Theseinclude, but are not limited to orienteering teams, model rocketry clubs,AFJROTC academic teams, AFJROTC sports teams, or other AFJROTC extra-curricularactivities. (8 activities per semester). Anoak leaf cluster should be added to this ribbon for each year of membershipbeginning with the second year. The SASI awards this ribbon based on informationgathered from cadet service tracking log.
40. Attendance Ribbon - Awarded to cadetswith no more than 4 excused absences and no unexcused absences in an academic semester.
41. Good Conduct Ribbon - Awarded to cadetswith no suspensions (ISS, OSS) of any kind, no adverse reports from other staffor faculty in an academic term, if approved by the SASI. Zero negative 341spulled during semester.
42. Dress and Appearance Ribbon - Awarded forwearing uniform on all designated uniform days and conforming to all AFJROTC dressand appearance standards, with an average uniform grade of 90 or above, ifapproved by the SASI.
43. Longevity Ribbon - Awarded forcompletion of each year of AFJROTC. An oak leaf cluster should be added to this ribbon for each year ofmembership beginning with the second year.
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44. CAP Awards. Onlyfive CAP ribbons (General Carl Spaatz Award, General Ira C. Eaker Award, AmeliaEarhart Award, General Billy Mitchell Award, and the General J. F. CurryAchievement Award) may be worn on the AFJROTC uniform. Units should contact thenearest CAP unit to obtain awards, invite presenters, or obtain any guidance oncriteria or presentation. A unit locator can be found athttp://www.cap.gov/join/unitlocator/html
1. Meet evaluation board and demonstrateability to perform all required drill movement as outlines in establishedmanuals for drill, color, and/or sabers.
2. Attend and complete 10 drill, color,or saber practices.
3. Meet standards of military discipline,conduct, customs & courtesies, respect of others, and military bearing.
4. Log in all practices times on day ofpractice
5. Only have one absence (excused orunexcused).
6. Complete in three drill competitions orparticipate in five color guard or saber details.
b. Taps: (Meet requirements for Ropefirst)
1. Drill Team or Color Guard Team placein the Top 5 places at a drill meet for Armed & Unarmed Color Guard, Armed& Unarmed Drill, Armed & Unarmed Inspection, Armed & Unarmed Solo,Dual, or Team Exhibition in two drill meets or complete 10 color guard details.
2. Log in all results on day of event.
Aerospace Education Foundation (AEF) JROTC Video Contest
1501Lee Highway Arlington VA 22209-1198 Phone: 800-291-8480 Fax: 703-247-5853
Email:AEFStaff@aef.org Web site: www.aef.org/ POC: Lynette Cross Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Air Commando Association Award: ?
Air Force Association Award
Managerof National Aerospace Awards Air Force Association 1501 Lee Highway ArlingtonVA 22209-1190
Phone:703-247-5800 ext 4807 Fax: 703-247-5853 Email: email@example.com Web Site:www.afa.org POC: Lynette Cross
Air Force Sergeants Association (AFSA) Achievement Award
Ifno local chapter, contact AFSA International Headquarters 5211 Auth RoadSuitland MD 20746 Phone: 800-638-0594 ext 288 Fax: 301-899-8136 Email: staff@AFSAHQ.org
Website: www.afsahq.org/ POC: Alsobrooks, Brandon
Local: Brandon Alsobrooks,firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com, 301-899-3500 ext 230
American Legion General Military Excellence Award
Iflocal post not available, contact American Legion National HeadquartersNational Security Division 1608 K Street NW Washington DC 20006-2847
Phone:202861-2700 ext: 1503 Fax: 202-861-2728
Website: www.legion.org/ POC: Roshawn Treadwell
American Legion Scholastic Award
Iflocal post not available, contact American Legion National HeadquartersNational Security Division 1608 K Street NW Washington DC 20006-2847 Phone:202-861-2700 ext: 1503 Fax 202-861-2728 Web site: www.legion.org/
American Modeling Association Wings
5161E Memorial Drive Attn: Supply & SVC (Item #2088) Muncie IN 47302 The wingsmust be purchased with your own funds. The last quoted price we had was 1-24Wings $2.00 each; 25-99 Wings $1.75; 99 and more lower cost Phone: 800-435-9262ext 522 Web site: www.modelaircraft.org/POC: Steve Weaver
America Veterans (AMVETS) Award
Ifstate chapter not available, contact: AMVETS National Headquarters ROTCPrograms Coordinator 4647 Forbes Blvd Lanham MD 20706-9961 Phone: 301-459-9600Fax: 301-459-7924 Web site: www.amvets.org/
Local: Rick Hinzes770-745-4217
CelebrateFreedom Foundation: ?
Daedalian Award If local flight not available, contact Order ofDaedalians PO Box 249 Randolph AFB TX 78148-0249 Phone: 210-945-2111 Fax:210-945-2112 Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: www.daedalians.org/ POC: Maureen DeFelice
Local: David Jones email@example.com
Daughters of the American Revolution (DAR) Award
Iflocal chapter not available, contact National Defense Committee, NSDAR 1776 DStreet NW Washington DC 20006-5392 Phone: 202-628-1776 ext 292 Web site: www.dar.org/
Email:firstname.lastname@example.org POC: Valerie Holmes
Local: Anne Gauthier, email@example.com
Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge (FFVF) National Awards Program (Essay Contest)Awards Department Freedoms Foundation at Valley Forge 1601 Valley Forge RoadValley Forge PA 19482-0706 Phone: 800-896-5488 ext 234 Comm: 610-933-8825 FAX:610-935-0522 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Web site: www.ffvf.org/
POC:Carolyn Santanjelo Email: email@example.com
JROTC Esprit De Corps Award:
Local: Marine Corps Recruiter
JROTC Marine Corps Leadership Award:
Local: Marine Corps Recruiter
The Military Officers Association Award
Iflocal chapter not available, contact The Retired Officers Association 201 NWashington Street Alexandria VA 22314-2529 Phone: 800-234-6622 Web site: www.troa.org/Email:firstname.lastname@example.org
Local: Karl Wingard, Atlanta Chapter email@example.com 770-492-1974
Military Order of the Purple Heart Award
Ifno local unit available, contact Military Order of the Purple Heart 5413-BBlacklick Road Springfield VA 22151 Phone: 703-642-5360 Fax: 703-642-2054Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: www.purpleheart.org/ POC: Stewart McKeown Email : email@example.com
Military Order of World Wars (MOWW) If no local unit available, contactNational Headquarters, Military Order of the World Wars 435 N Lee StreetAlexandria VA 22314-2301 Phone: 730-683-4911 Fax: 703-683-4501
Email:firstname.lastname@example.org Web site. www.militaryorder.net
National Sojourners Award
Ifno local chapter or local chapter does not offer award, Contact NationalSojourners 8301 E Blvd Drive Alexandria VA 22308-1399 Phone: 703-765-5000 Fax:703-765-8390 Email: email@example.com www.nationalsojourners.org/
Local: Phil Walker,firstname.lastname@example.org
Reserve Officers Association (ROA) Award
LocalROA chapter contacts each ASI before 15 Sep and furnishes name of ROArepresentative. If contact is not made by 15 Sep, SASI must contact NationalHeadquarters, Reserve Officers Association 1 Constitution Avenue NE WashingtonDC 20002-5655 Phone: 800-809-9448 ext 731 Web site: www.roa.org/ POC: RichardBooth
Local: Duane Richards724-822-5165, <email@example.com>
*The Retired Enlisted Association (TREA) Award If no local chapterexists contact TREA and speak to Mr. Bob Rolloff at 1-800-338-9337 or write to:1111 South Abilene Court Aurora, CO 80012-4909 FAX: 303-752-0835
WEBSite: www.trea.org TREA email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Scottish Rite of Freemasonry
Iflocal chapter does not offer award, contact Scottish Rite JROTC AmericanismMedal Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Freemasonry, Southern Jurisdiction,USA 1733 Sixteenth Street, NW Washington DC 20009-3103 Phone: 202-232-3579 FAX:202-387-1843 Web site: www.srmason-sj.org/
Local: 404-344-9674 CharlesBeasley - email@example.com Williams Miles
Sons of the American Revolution (SAR) Award
TheNational Headquarters, Sons of the American Revolution 1000 S 4th StreetLouisville KY 40203-3292 Phone: 502-589-1776 Fax: 502-589-1671 Voice mail:502-589-1779
Local: James A. ‘Tony’Martin firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War (SUVCW) Award If local chapter doesnot offer award, contact Sons of the Union Veterans of the Civil War P.O. Box 1865,Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17105 Phone: 717-232-7000
Tuskegee Airmen Incorporated (TAI) Air Force Junior ROTC Cadet Award AFJROTC Unit SC-065,C.A. Johnson High School will provide this award without unitsrequesting. Do not e-mail, fax, telephone or write for the award. Contact theSC-065 if award is not received by 15 March. Only two award devices andcertificates will be provided.
US Army Recruiting Command Award:
Local: Reginald Maxwell770-951-2834
US Army Reserves Scholar AthleteProgram Award:
Local: Reginald Maxwell770-951-2834
VETERANS OF FOREIGN WARS (VFW) AWARD
Ifno local unit available, contact Veterans of Foreign Wars of the US 406 West34th Street Kansas City MO 64111-2736 Phone: 816-756-3390 ext 220 Fax: 816-968-1149 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website: www.vfw.org/ POC: Susan Wilson Email: email@example.com