The Wisconsin National Guard Write Award honors Wisconsin National Guard members who achieve an impeccable record of attendance at all training events and exercises during a given year.
The Wisconsin National Guard is made up of the Wisconsin Army National Guard and the Wisconsin Air National Guard. The Army component, established in 1848, numbers approximately 7,700 and is headquartered in Madison. The Air component, which numbers around 2,400, was founded in July of 1940 with the 126th Observation Squadron and is currently based in Madison as well; its major units are the 128th Air Refueling Wing and the 115th Fighter Wing.
The ribbon is blue with thin vertical stripes evenly spaced in brown, light blue, yellow, and red from right to left.