Air Force Longevity Service Award, who complete four years of honorable active or reserve military service. Air Force Awards and Decorations (enhance color), U.S. Air Force graphic, AFNEWS/PAND. The JPG image is a stylized version whereas the EPS version is a two-dimensional line art illustration.
The Department of the Air Force General Order 60, Nov. 25, 1957 authorized this ribbon.
It is awarded to all service members of the U.S. Air Force who complete four years of honorable active or reserve military service with any branch of the United States Armed Forces. The Air Force Longevity Service Award is a ribbon that replaces the Federal Service Stripes previously worn on the uniform.
The ribbon is ultramarine blue divided by four equal stripes of turquoise. Bronze and silver (to represent five bronze) oak-leaf clusters are worn on the ribbon to indicate subsequent awards of the Air Force Longevity Service Award.
Oak Leaf Cluster
Weighted Airman Promoted System Point Value: 0
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