Inter American Defense Board Medal
For service of a minimum of one year on the Inter-American Defense Board
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Inter American Defense Board Medal Authorization
The Inter-American Defense Board Medal was established by the Ninety-first Session of the Inter-American Defense Board on December 11, 1945 and authorized by Executive Order 11446, January 18, 1969. Department of Defense authorized for the Armed Forces of the United States on 1981.
Inter American Defense Board Medal Eligibility Criteria
U.S. military personnel who have served on the Inter-American Defense Board for at least 1 year as chairman of the board, delegates, advisers, officers of the staff, officers of the secretariat, or officers of the Inter-American Defense College may wear the Inter-American Defense Board ribbon permanently.
Any personnel of a member nation’s uniformed services who serves a tour of duty with the Inter-American Defense Board Awarded for Serving a tour of duty or serve on staff or as an instructor at the Inter-American Defense College
Inter American Defense Board Medal Order of Precedence
Inter American Defense Board Medal Subsequent Awards
A silver service star or bar is awarded for one year of service; a gold service star or bar for two; two gold stars or bars for between three years and five; and three gold stars or bars for more than five years service.