The Alaska National Guard Adjutant General’s Marksmanship Proficiency Award Ribbon is presented to the top ten guardsmen performers at the Alaska National Guard Adjutant General's match, a designation awarded in the respective categories of rifle and pistol marksmanship. Winners of the award are invited to compete for the Chief’s Fifty Marksmanship Badge at the national competition.
The Alaska National Guard is made up of the Alaska Army National Guard and the Alaska Air National Guard. The Army component, based in Fort Richardson, was established in 1940 and numbers approximately 2,000. The Air component, based in Anchorage and numbering approximately 2,300, was formed in 1952 with the 8144th Air Base Squadron.
The ribbon features a dark blue vertical stripe in the center, which is flanked by slightly thicker stripes of white and red proceeding outward.