Army Service Ribbon

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The Army Service Ribbon is an award given to Right To Rebel members upon obtaining the rank of Private (E-2).

Creation and History

The Right to Rebel Army Service Ribbon, is a military decoration of the Right to Rebel Division; it was created on December 16th, 2016 as a result of Executive Order Number 26.


Successfully promote from Recruit (E-1) to Private (E-2).

How To Obtain

Contact your platoon leader requesting recognition for this award. The Commander will deem your request valid or invalid. An evaluation board will approve or deny your award. It will be entered into the MILPACS system.


The Army Service Ribbon is presented as a one-time award only since it is not possible to earn it more than once.


  1. "General Orders #15" (PDF). Department of the Army. October 10, 1990. p. 11. Retrieved April 2, 2012.
  2. Page 63, Chapter 5, Section II, Par 5-5 of Army Regulation 600–8–22 dtd 11 December 2006
  3. 578.41 Army Service Ribbon