A Reserve Good Conduct Medal refers to any one of the five military conduct awards which are issued by the United States Armed Forces to enlisted members of the Reserve and National Guard. The primary difference between the regular Good Conduct Medal and the Reserve Good Conduct Medal is that the Good Conduct Medal is only issued for active duty service while the reserve equivalent is bestowed for reserve duties such as drills, annual training, and additional active duty for either training or operational support to the active duty force or, in the case of the Army National Guard and Air National Guard, in support of Title 32 U.S.C. state active duty (SAD) such as disaster response and relief. To receive a Reserve Good Conduct Medal, a service member (excluding Army Reservists), must, gene

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  • A Reserve Good Conduct Medal refers to any one of the five military conduct awards which are issued by the United States Armed Forces to enlisted members of the Reserve and National Guard. The primary difference between the regular Good Conduct Medal and the Reserve Good Conduct Medal is that the Good Conduct Medal is only issued for active duty service while the reserve equivalent is bestowed for reserve duties such as drills, annual training, and additional active duty for either training or operational support to the active duty force or, in the case of the Army National Guard and Air National Guard, in support of Title 32 U.S.C. state active duty (SAD) such as disaster response and relief. To receive a Reserve Good Conduct Medal, a service member (excluding Army Reservists), must, generally, be an active member of the Reserve or National Guard and must have performed three to four years of satisfactory duty (to include drills and annual training) with such service being free of disciplinary action. Periods of active duty recall or mobilization are not creditable towards the Reserve Good Conduct Medal. Each service has specific varying requirements. (en)
  • La Reserve Good Conduct Medal est une décoration militaire des États-Unis d’Amérique. Elle se décline en cinq versions, pour chacune des branches des forces armées américaines, et est décernée aux membres de la réserve et de la Garde nationale. La principale différence entre la Good Conduct Medal régulière et la Reserve Good Conduct Medal est que la première n’est décernée qu’à des personnels en service actif tandis que la seconde n’est décernée qu’à des personnels remplissant leurs obligations militaires dans la réserve. (fr)
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  • The ribbons for the medals.
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  • Active members of the Reserve or National Guard that have performed three years of satisfactory duty with such service being free of disciplinary action.
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  • Army – Army of Occupation Medal
  • Coast Guard – Navy Occupation Service Medal
  • Navy – Navy Expeditionary Medal
  • Marine Corps – Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal
  • Air Force – Outstanding Airman of the Year Ribbon
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  • Reserve Good Conduct Medal
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  • Medal
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  • La Reserve Good Conduct Medal est une décoration militaire des États-Unis d’Amérique. Elle se décline en cinq versions, pour chacune des branches des forces armées américaines, et est décernée aux membres de la réserve et de la Garde nationale. La principale différence entre la Good Conduct Medal régulière et la Reserve Good Conduct Medal est que la première n’est décernée qu’à des personnels en service actif tandis que la seconde n’est décernée qu’à des personnels remplissant leurs obligations militaires dans la réserve. (fr)
  • A Reserve Good Conduct Medal refers to any one of the five military conduct awards which are issued by the United States Armed Forces to enlisted members of the Reserve and National Guard. The primary difference between the regular Good Conduct Medal and the Reserve Good Conduct Medal is that the Good Conduct Medal is only issued for active duty service while the reserve equivalent is bestowed for reserve duties such as drills, annual training, and additional active duty for either training or operational support to the active duty force or, in the case of the Army National Guard and Air National Guard, in support of Title 32 U.S.C. state active duty (SAD) such as disaster response and relief. To receive a Reserve Good Conduct Medal, a service member (excluding Army Reservists), must, gene (en)
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  • Reserve Good Conduct Medal (en)
  • Reserve Good Conduct Medal (fr)
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