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The Commendation Medal is a mid-level United States military decoration which is presented ... The Army Commendation Medal is awarded to any member of the Armed Forces of the United States other than General Officers who, while ...

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Army Commendation Medal. Description: On a 1 3/8 inches wide Bronze hexagon, one point up, an American bald eagle with wings displayed horizontally , ...

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Criteria: The Army Commendation Medal (ARCOM) is a mid-level award that is granted for consistent acts of heroism or meritorious service. The award is given ...

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Army Commendation Medal Full Size from Medals of America. All Army Medals are official military issue.

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Back to Ribbons List. Picture of the Army Commendation Medal medal. Picture of the Army Commendation Medal ribbon. Date Authorized: December 18th, 1945.

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Sep 8, 2016 ... The Army Commendation Medal is a Bronze hexagon of 1 3/8 inches wide with one of the points of the hexagon situated upward. An American ...

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The ARCOM is a medal that can be awarded in peace or war, and even in combat (often with the V-for Valor device). It's usually given for doing ...

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The documents listed below are all you need for submitting an Army Commendation Medal package. The ARCOM is awarded to any member of the Armed ...

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How to Receive an Army Commendation Medal. Being awarded a medal while serving in the Army means that at some point in his career, a soldier has gone ...