Army Air Force and U.S. Air Force Decorations Decorations, by Anthony Aldebol

By Anthony Aldebol

The main complete, lavishly illustrated paintings at the medals and of the 1st fifty years of the U.S. Air strength and the military Air strength in international warfare II.

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Army Air Force and U.S. Air Force Decorations Decorations, Medals, Ribbons, Badges and Insignia of the United States Air Force: World War II to Present

The main finished, lavishly illustrated paintings at the medals and of the 1st fifty years of the us Air strength and the military Air strength in global struggle II.

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Individuals in this career field who are also qualified in the EOD (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) career field may wear the appropriate EOD badge. Some of the duties incorporated into this field include: power plant management; construction of roads, buildings and airfields; fire protection; base housing; disaster preparedness; hazardous material management and disposal; environmental protection; real estate; and explosive ordnance disposal. Authorized in 1993 and awarded to both officers and enlisted personnel in the band career field.

To qualify for the senior badge, officers must have a fully qualified AFSC and seven years' experience and enlisted personnel need a 7-level AFSC. The master badge requires officers to be in a staff level position and have 12 years' experience and enlisted personnel to hold a 9-level AFSC. older design Authorized in 1993 and awarded to officers in the transportation career field and to enlisted personnel in the marine transportation and vehicle maintenance career fields. Logistics Badge This badge has already been replaced by the new design Supply-Fuels Specialty Badge and will be obsolete in 1998.

The SENIOR RECRUITER BADGE is worn by those Air Force Reserve personnel who are assigned as senior recruiters. The badge is the basic badge design with gold rope and the dark blue insert with the word "SENIOR" at the bottom of the badge. The ROOKIE RECRUITER of the YEAR BADGE is presented by the National Guard Bureau to the top ANG recruiter with less than two years of ANG recruiting duty. The badge is gold and may be worn until the recruiter is eligible for the Senior Recruiter Badge. A LINE SUPERVISOR BADGE is worn by Air Force Reserve personnel assigned to the E-8 position of wing line supervisor under the supervision of an E-9.

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