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Available Now!!: New Ribbon - Ceremonial Guard Ribbon

Available now. Please note, at this time, this award is not available in large or miniature medal and there is no accompanying certificate.

M104: $1.25

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  • John Harkness on

    Is there a Certificate to go along with the ribbon for presentation?

  • Lisa S on

    This Ribbon was approved at the 2015 National Convention in Scottsdale, AZ.
    Please refer to the updated National By-Laws, Enclosure 4, Marine Corps League Awards.

    Ceremonial Guard Ribbon
    Ribbon: Thin White, Blue, Red, Blue, Thin White
    Awarded By: National, Department, or Detachment Commandant
    Recommended by: Ceremonial Guard Commander
    Criteria for Award: Must participate in 10 events for each award. Events include
    Color Guard, Funeral/Honor Detail, Rifle Detail or Marching Squad.
    Just walking or riding on a float in a parade does not qualify unless
    it is part of a specific detail or program such as a Marching Unit.

  • D'Arcy E. Grisier on

    Awaiting response to Jack Skelding comment on 15 Feb 2016. What is the criteria for awarding this ribbon? Is there a time element that a Marine would have to serve as an Honor Guard, e.g. 6 mos; 12 mos; 1 mos;or just one time as an Honor Guard???? Need answer soon since many will be asking this question of their Leaders
    Utah Dixie Detachment #1270

  • Al Lieske on

    Our Detachment requires a minimum of 5 burial details.

  • Bill Head on

    I definitely agree with this and say about time. I have been in the Honor Guard since 2005 in Pocatello Idaho and now in St George Utah. ( Dixie Detachment 1270, St George Ut. 84790. It’s definitely a feather in our CAP. Retired Sgt Maj Bill Head

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