U.S. Space Force Good Conduct Medal

The Globe represents the terrestrial home of the U.S. Space Force and its support to the joint warfighters. The Delta Wing evokes historic ties to the earliest days of the U.S. Air Force space community and symbolizes change and innovation. It also represents all variations of space vehicles that support our National Defense and National Security Space Strategies. The Elliptical Orbit signifies defense and protection from all adversaries and threats emanating from the space domain. It also represents ongoing interagency cooperation and allied partnerships. The Polaris symbolizes the guiding light of security and alludes to a constant presence and vigilance in space now and in the future. The wording on the reverse—EFFICIENCY, HONOR, FIDELITY—reflect the noble character of Space Force Guardians in the performance of their duties. Obverse: A Bronze medal, 1-¼ inches in diameter, consisting of a grid-lined globe surmounted by a delta, both encircled by an orbit ring, all beneath a Northern star in the upper left portion and above the Roman numeral “MMXIX” arching below. Arching above is the inscription “UNITED STATES SPACE FORCE” and below “SEMPER SUPRA” in raised letters. Reverse: On the reverse the words “EFFICIENCY, HONOR” arching above and “FIDELTY” below upon a bordered designation band in raised letters. On the upper portion of the engraving disc the stacked inscription, “FOR GOOD CONDUCT” in raised letters.

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