Longevity Service Award
The Longevity Service Award is awarded for completing two years of service to Right To Rebel.
Creation and History
The Right to Rebel Longevity Service Medal, 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.
A minimum time in service of 2 years is required to be eligible for this award.
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 Longevity Service Award can be earned more than once. Upon receiving your second Longevity Service Award, a device will be added indicating it has been earned more than once.
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