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Navy and Marine Corps Overseas Service Ribbon Eligibility Requirements. Awarded to officers and enlisted personnel of the United States Navy, Navy Reserve, Marine Corps, and Marine Corps Reserve. Each service has distinct criteria that delineate eligibility; Navy personnel assigned to Marine Corps units follow Marine Corps policy, and vice versa.What is an overseas service ribbon?
Overseas Service Ribbon. An Overseas Service Ribbon is a service military award of the United States military which recognizes those service members who have performed military tours of duty outside the borders of the United States of America.What is Overseas Service Medal?
The Medal for Service in War Overseas was established by Decree No. 812 of 1952. The medal is for award to members of the Armed Forces who serve in international conflicts overseas. The medal is awarded in two classes, an Iron Cross (Cruz de Hierro) and a Bronze Star (Estrella de Bronce).What is Air Force overseas ribbon?
Air Force. The Air Force Overseas Service Ribbon was approved in 1980 by order of General Lew Allen, Air Force Chief of Staff. The award is issued in two grades, being that of "short tour" and "long tour.". The Air Force Overseas Short Tour Service Ribbon is awarded for less than two years of duty or as directed by Air Force policies.