The Kentucky Physical Fitness Ribbon is awarded to recognize members of the Kentucky National Guard who distinguish themselves by achieving a minimum score of 290 points on the Army PHysical Fitness Test and the highest score within their major command.
Established on May 22, 1924, the Massachusetts National Guard Medal of Valor honors Massachusetts National Guard members who execute acts of valor or heroism typically entailing the risk of life and setting them apart from their peers.
The Georgia National Guard State Active Duty Ribbon honors Georgia National Guard members who carry out active service on behalf of Georgia in the event of an emergency or other crisis as designated by the Governor or Adjutant General.
The Massachusetts Air National Guard Service Medal honors Massachusetts Air National Guard members who carry out service honorably in the event of an emergency or other crisis as determined by the Governor.
Established on August 3, 1939, the Massachusetts National Guard Military Medal honors Massachusetts National Guard members who execute a feat of heroism or bravery that sets them apart from their peers but is typically of a lesser degree than would warrant the Medal of Valor.
The Kansas National Guard Service Medal was created on May 1, 1969 to honor Kansas National Guard personnel who have served on active status for over five years.
Established on May 2, 1980, the Maine National Guard Academic Award honors Maine National Guard members who have achieved academic honors in training, instructional courses, leaderships schools, and other qualifying educational ventures. It may be awarded retroactively.
Established on February 1, 1971, the Hawaii National Guard 1968 Federal Service Ribbon honors Hawaii National Guard members who carried out honorable service with the 29th Infantry Brigade on May 13, 1968 or a minimum term of 90 days of active federal duty following a call to service on that day.