The Navy Meritorious Unit Commendation (MUC) is a unit award of the United States Navy presented to U.S. Navy and Marine Corps units. Wear clasps on the suspension ribbon of large medals only, and below other attachments. a. WEARING AWARDS ON CIVILIAN CLOTHES. Foreign awards which are similar in design to U.S. awards may be worn on the same occasions prescribed for wearing of U.S. awards. In order of precedence, a palm indicates "cited before the Army", a gold star indicates "cited before the Corps", a bronze star indicates "cited before the Regiment". Ribbons on Non‑Military Uniforms. Bronze Letter "C" (Combat Conditions Device). Qualifications for marksmanship awards are listed in . If previous or subsequently awarded medal with "V" and/or "C" device, arrange the "R" after the "V" and/or "C", then arrange the stars to the wearer's right and left, and so on.". (5) Meritorious Unit Commendation (Army). Honorable Discharge and Service Buttons. The emblem consists of a 1/16 inch wide Gold frame with laurel leaves which encloses a Scarlet 67111 ribbon. The Army Commendation Medal was originally meant to award soldiers where the Bronze Star was not appropriate (i.e., outside of combat areas). Do not wear ribbons on uniforms requiring miniature medals. If all attachments are not visible after moving to the left, they may be worn vertically. Air Force Cross . b. f. Miniature Medal. The blue stripe is to the wearer's right, worn with gold frame. Individuals who have been awarded the Medal of Honor and a foreign decoration which is worn around the neck, wear the foreign award so that it hangs below the Medal of Honor. Single Mission/Individual Awards. b. Center a single device on the ribbon: stars with two rays pointing down; oak leaf clusters as horizontally as possible with stems of the leaves pointing to the wearer's right. h. Ribbon or Ribbon Bar. An award, to an individual for special proficiency, consisting of a medallion hung from bar(s). Presidential Medal of FreedomPresidential Citizens MedalNational Security MedalNational Sciences MedalGold Life Saving MedalSilver Life Saving Medal Medal for MeritNational Intelligence Distinguished Service MedalNational Intelligence Medal of AchievementNavy Distinguished Civilian Service AwardNavy Award for Distinguished Achievement SciencePresident's Distinguished Federal Civilian Service MedalDepartment of Defense Distinguished Civilian Service AwardSecretary of Defense Civilian Meritorious Service AwardNavy Superior Civilian Service AwardNavy Meritorious Civilian Service AwardNavy Distinguished Public Service AwardNational Aeronautics and Space Administration Distinguished Service MedalNational Aeronautics and Space Administration Flight MedalNational Aeronautics and Space Administration Medal for Exceptional BraveryNational Aeronautics and Space Administration Medal for Exceptional ServiceMerchant Marine Distinguished Service MedalMerchant Marine Meritorious Service MedalMerchant Marine Mariners MedalSelective Service Distinguished Service Medal Selective Service Exceptional Service AwardSelective Service Meritorious Service AwardCongressional Medal of HonorDepartment of Commerce Gold Medal Department of Commerce Silver MedalDepartment of Commerce Bronze MedalNOAA Administrator's AwardNOAA Corps Commendation MedalNOAA Special Achievement AwardNOAA Unit CitationUSPHS Distinguished Service MedalUSPHS Meritorious Service MedalUSPHS Outstanding Service MedalUSPHS Commendation MedalUSPHS Achievement MedalDepartment of Energy Secretary's Gold Award Medal. The following Vietnam civilian decorations may be retained but not worn on the uniform: Kim Khanh MedalChoung My MedalJustice MedalRural Revolutionary Development Medal (Construction Service Medal)Economy MedalDedicated Service MedalLabor MedalAgricultural Service MedalMedical Service Medal (Public Health Service Medal)Administration Service MedalVeterans MedalPolice Self Defense Forces MedalSocial Service Medal (Social Welfare Honor Medal)Psywar Service MedalYouth and Sports MedalFinance MedalPublic Works, Communication and Transportation Service MedalEthnic Development MedalCultural and Education Service Medal. Gold Letter "N". In all cases of relative priority Navy awards will take precedence. Medals and ribbons will be worn after all U.S. service awards in the order earned. Wear honorable discharge and service buttons on left lapel of civilian clothes except civilian evening dress (white tie). Well, that's a complicated question…getting an ARCOM can be a big deal. No medal is authorized for this citation. The ribbon has a 1/4 inch silver "E" attachment and the medal has no attachments. An award bestowed upon an individual for a specific personal act of gallantry or meritorious service. The awarding country determines the precedence of awards if you have earned two or more from that country. d. Naval personnel entitled to wear the Fourragere may wear it on all uniforms requiring medals or ribbons. Foreign Service Awards. (Wear first initial award and add 3/16" bronze star for subsequent awards)Multi National Forces and Observer MedalInter‑American Defense Board Medal/Ribbon. Post‑tour wear is not authorized. Naval personnel who have received awards from other military services or departments of the United States Government, foreign governments, or other agencies, may wear such awards on the naval uniform only as described in this section. 2. (see page 49). Multiple oak leaf clusters may be tilted slightly downward to the wearer's right for placing the maximum allowed number of clusters and other devices on the ribbon. General. Personnel receiving Strike/Flight awards of the Air Medal wear a bronze 5/16 inch Arabic numeral on the Air Medal indicating the total number of awards received after 9 April 1962. 6. A miniature replica of the ribbon or ribbon bar. 2. The award is given to army members in the grade of O-6 and below and may be awarded with a “V,” “C” or “R” device and/or silver and bronze oak leaf clusters. The President's Hundred Award is worn on the left shoulder of enlisted member’s uniforms. Military Ribbons Rack Builder If oak leaf clusters on one ribbon are tilted, clusters on all ribbons will be tilted for standardization. You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. When more than three ribbons are authorized, wear them in horizontal rows of three each. A bronze "M" device, if awarded, may be worn on the AFRM with a number indicating the number of times it is awarded. Wear (5/16 inch) gold stars for second and subsequent awards of any Navy Military Decoration <(see article 5305)>. Naval personnel who have been authorized by law to accept awards from foreign governments wear them in the manner prescribed below: a. . Air Force Commendation Medal. American Defense Service Medal. Arrange ribbons in order of precedence in rows from top down and inboard to outboard. Individuals who earned the Presidential Unit Citation awarded to USS NAUTILUS (SSN-571) for having participated in the cruise of that vessel under the Arctic Ice cap from 22 July to 5 August 1958, are authorized to wear a gold block letter "N" centered on the Presidential Unit Citation ribbon (ribbon bar). Wear miniature replicas of ribbons made in the form of lapel buttons, or ribbons made in rosette form, on the left lapel of civilian clothes except civilian evening dress (white tie) and civilian dinner dress (black tie). Personnel awarded only ribbons that do not have corresponding large medals will wear the ribbons on the right side as mentioned above. 1. If wearing Bronze Letter "V" (Combat Distinguishing Device), center "V" on the ribbon bar and arrange stars symmetrically in relation to the "V"; first star to the wearer's right, second to left, etc. U.S. NAVY MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION From $1.25.