Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award Medal and Ribbon

Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award Ribbon
Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award Medal
Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award Ribbon


Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award Medal

History - Established 1959

Established in 1959, the Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award Medal Ribbon is issued to civilian individuals who provide outstanding service or make major contributions to the United States Army.

Details

The medal is bronze and features an eagle in front of a triangle bearing a shield on its chest and grasping arrows and a laurel branch. The image is encircled by a wreath of laurels. The reverse of the medal features a space for engraving the name of the recipient and an inscription reading “FOR OUTSTANDING CIVILIAN SERVICE TO THE UNITED STATES ARMY.” The ribbon features equally sized alternating stripes, seven white and six red, with a blue pinstripe bisecting each white stripe.






Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award Ribbon

Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award Medal

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