Army Sea Duty Ribbon
The Army Sea Service Ribbon is a ribbon only award, it is awarded to active duty U.S. Army members who complete two years of cumulative sea duty on a Class A or B U.S. Army Vessel or for duty aboard other qualifying vessels when such vessels meet the requirements of AR 600-88, paragraph 1-7 to be awarded this decoration. Subsequent awards are authorized upon completion of additional two years of cumulative sea duty and denoted by a 3/16 inch bronze service star.
Members of the Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserve must have two creditable years in a U.S. Army watercraft unit, which must include a minimum of 25 days underway during each year and two annual training exercises underway on a Class A or B U.S. Army Vessel or a 90-day deployment aboard a U.S. Army Vessel, underway. Subsequent awards are authorized upon completion of additional qualifying periods of sea duty.
The Army Sea Duty Ribbon may be awarded retroactively to those personnel who were credited with service as defined above, after 1 August 1952, the activation date of the first heavy boat company in the Transportation Corps.
This U.S. Army Sea Duty Ribbon is manufactured by the same government contractor that supplies the U.S. Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines and the Armed Forces Exchanges, it's quality is guaranteed.
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