Please take note that there will be no Drop medals and ribbons service from August 26 until September 7.
[/color]Please note: All future updates will NO LONGER have you real-world military decorations.How many drops is this for you lieutenant? Thirty-eight, simulated.How many combat drops? Two, including this one.
Furthermore to my duties as you service number registrar, I will be please to serve you as curator of military merit awards for your combat drops and other miscellaneous decorations.Please include your full name with your request as this office is not clairvoyant
and if you banner of signature doesn't have your name, it's not really serving the best purpose. All requests must be done in this thread, do not send me a Private Message. combat drop
Active duty in a recognized uniform and/or combat gear in the service of any international
Colonial Marine Corps at an organized public event where civilians may witness operations.Current ribbon categories:
Achievement: Aliens Legacy Gold Award, Most Valuable Marine, Samhain 1031 Prison Colony Decoration, Colonial Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego, Aid to the Civil Power Award, Hypersleep Deployment, Canis et Equus VII Ceremonial Guard, Multi-Force Decoration, Colonial Marine Decoration, Operations Merit of Achievement
Valour: Adverse Service Medal
Combat: Colonial Marine Corps Combat Action Ribbon, Colonial Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal, Atlanta Colony Campaign; London Colony Campaign, Toronto Colony Campaign, Minor Colony Patrol. etc...
Memorial: LV-426 Incident 25th Anniversary Memorial Decoration, Pte Chris Chulamanis Ribbon, Necronom IV, etc…Application Criteria:
1. The individual members are responsible to apply for and in good faith ensure that they are eligible for these decorations.
2. Where "uniformed member" is specified, these decorations are reserved to those who serve in a recognized uniform and/or combat gear in the service of any international Colonial Marine Corps.
3. Where "member" is specified, these decorations are open to uniformed members as well as those who served as opposing force in the guise of a known and recognized extra-terrestrial.AchievementMost Valuable Marine or Aliens Legacy Gold Award
To be chosen by a panel of qualified peers and given to members most deserving the acclaim of all for their work in the Aliens and or Colonial Marine community. Recipients are entitled to use the post nominal letters "MVM" and or "ALG" as the case may be.Samhain 1031 Prison Colony Decoration
For a uniformed member on tour of duty on the Samhain (Halloween) 1031 prison colony. Colonial Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego (AKA Hollywood Marine):
Awarded to Colonial Marines in a recognizable uniform who have participated in a film production, professional or not, regardless of whether they were given screen time or not. Not to be mistaken with non-scripted, and unedited film.Aid to the Civil Power Award:
Awarded to a uniformed member for service to one's community or for the donation of blood while in Colonial Marine attire.Hypersleep Deployment:
Awarded to a member who has traveled long (100 miles+), very long (international border) and exceptionally long (inter-continental travel) distances to participate in a combat drop.Canis et Equus VII Ceremonial Guard:
Awarded to members who have participated in any parade. COLOR GUARD device for those who've served in said guard.Multi-Force Decoration:
Awarded to a uniformed member for previous or in current service of another para-military, military or constabulary force, body, corps or fleet.Colonial Marine Corps Recruiting Ribbon
Recognizes those uniformed members who have completed a successful recruiting drive by being present for the purposes of promoting the Colonial Marine Corps, in uniform, at an event, where a civilian population normally congregates. one award per calendar year
. Please indicate for which year you are applying for when requesting this ribbon.Colonial Marine Decoration:
Awarded to a uniformed member who has completed eight years of service. Recipients are entitled to use the post nominal letters "CMD". A bronze oak leaf cluster shall be awarded for every subsequent period of six years of qualifying service, to a maximum of four for service of 32 years or more. Operations Merit of Achievement
For service, by a uniformed member, equal to or exceeding three hours, at a Colonial Marines Colony Drop Operations Table or volunteering at a convention. one award per calendar year
. Please indicate for which year you are applying for when requesting this ribbon.ValourValour in Adverse Service Medal:
For service by a member at a colony drop in spite of serious injury or illness. Recipients are entitled to use the post nominal letters "VAS".CombatCombat Action Ribbon
Awarded to a member who has actively participated in colony sweep, one award per calendar year
. Please indicate for which year you are applying for when requesting this ribbon.Colonial Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal
Awarded to a member who has participated in a simulated and dramatized rescue of a non-combatant. This decoration is awarded in conjunction with the Combat Action Ribbon. one award per calendar year
. Please indicate for which year you are applying for when requesting this ribbon.Colony Campaigns:
Awarded to a member for successful campaign in uniform of a colony where the civilian population exceeds 200'000 colonists; individual ribbons exist for colonies exceeding this population.Minor Colony Patrol:
Awarded to a member for successful patrol in uniform of a colony of 10'000 colonists or less; one single ribbon exists for colonies inferior to this population.MemorialLV-426 Incident Silver Memorial Decoration
Awarded to a member who served at any drop, patrol or rescue operation during the course of the year 2011 and every five years following for multiples.Necronom IV Memorial Ribbon
Awarded to a member who served at any drop or patrol in uniform within a year following the death of a significant
cast or crew of the film Aliens. Pte Chris Chulamanis Ribbon
Awarded to a member who served at any drop or patrol in uniform within a year following the death of a fellow Marine.
Chulamanis, Chris A14/TQ4.0.66993E7. Taps: 10 Jan 2008
Martin, Drew SVC NO. UNKNOWN. Taps: 27 Nov 2011
Young, Steve SVC NO. A05/TQ0.0.92133E1. Taps: 31 Jul 2013
Peterson, Heidi Nicole A07/TQ0.0.22149E1. Taps: 10 Apr 2014Numerals for multiple achievements:For colony campaigns and minor colony patrols only
Numerals 2, 3, 4, 5. Six to nine multiples, bronze star; ten to fourteen multiples, silver star; fifteen to nineteen, gold star; twenty to twenty-four, double gold star; twenty-five to twenty-nine, triple gold star; thirty or more quadruple gold star.For the following decorations:
Valor in Adverse Service Medal (One per action)
Colonial Marine Corps Combat Action Ribbon, (One per calendar year)
Colonial Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal, (One per calendar year)
Aid to the Civil Power (One per action)
Hypersleep Deployment (1 Bronze star is minimum, 2 Silver Star for crossed international boundary, 3 Gold stars for inter-continental travel) )
LV-426 Incident 25th Anniversary Memorial Decoration One multiple every five starting in 2011
Multi Force Decoration (Awarded for each branch of service, eg: Cadets, JROTC, ROTC, Military, Coast Guard & Police)
Colonial Marine Corps Recruiting Ribbon (One per calendar year)
Operations Merit (One per calendar year)
Bronze Star for two awards, Silver star for three awards, Gold Star for four awards, Double Gold Star for five awards, Triple Gold Star for six awards, Quadruple Gold Star for seven or more awards.For the following decorations only:
Colonial Marine Decoration Oak Leaf cluster for each additional six years of qualifying service. One bronze oak leaf for two awards (14 years), Double oak leaf cluster for three awards (20 years), triple oak leaf cluster for four awards (26 years), quadruple oak leaf cluster for five awards (32 years +).
Pte Chulamanis Memorial (One per fallen comrade)
, and the Necronom IV Memorial (One per deceased cast or crew)
Bronze Star for two awards, Double Bronze Star for three awards, Triple Bronze Star for four awards, Quadruple Bronze Star for five awards, Silver Star for six awards, Double Silver Star for seven awards, Triple Silver Star for eight awards, Quadruple Silver Star for nine awards, Gold Star for ten awards, Double Gold Star for eleven awards, Triple Gold Star for twelve awards, Quadruple Gold Star for thirteen awards or more.
Colonial Marine Corps Recruit Depot San Diego (One per film)
. One bronze oak leaf for each additional film (2 films= 1 oak leaf, 3=2, 4=3, 5=4. One silver oak leaf for six films, 7=2, 8=3, 9 or more=4.
Decorations can be seen here
. Recipients can be seen here
When applying, please don't specify what convention you went to, the name of the city will be just fine.
Event city & amount of successful combat drops for each city.
Ex: Atlanta 2, Toronto 3, Montreal 3... etc.
Submit your full name as well, some of you don't include it in your signature.Terms of service: You must use the links that will be provided to you for use in your signature, please do not host the image elsewhere. Updates will be uploaded to your pre-existing image address. This is not a free service. There is a $5 USD per year service charge to pay for image hosting and labour. You may send by PayPal by clicking on this link: https://www.paypal.me/DomBaldwin/5 You may change the amount if you wish to increase your service length.
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Warning: I do this service for the love of the fandom. This service is not mandatory to enjoy your Marine fandom. By submitting a request here, you submit to the rules and regulations concerning this service only. It is not a mandate of service, it is not the end-all of Colonial Marine fandom, it cannot inhibit your ability to have fun and recreation. If you have your own ribbon bars, please use them, but do not use my artwork without permission. I have no obligation to do any of this work. Your payment to me pays for image hosting, and service. It guarantees that I will do the work as soon as is convenient to me, which is always as soon as possible. If at any time I feel I can no longer be of service to you, I will gladly refund your payment, and we will move on to our separate ways.Q: Can I purchase these ribbons for my CMC uniform?
A: Yes. Use this convenient Service Medal List and click on the ribbons you need to obtain appropriate SKU numbers to order directly from http://www.glendale.com For example, Atlanta Colony Drop is RBN16RYGORY