Navy Ceremonial Guard Ribbon




As of January 17, 2012, the name of the Navy Ceremonial Duty Ribbon was changed from the U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard Ribbon in order to encompass those personnel who have successfully completed a standard tour of duty on board the USS Constitution. In this case, the term successful is defined as completion of a tour of 24 months, completion of all required qualifications, and maintaining an outstanding personal appearance and a discipline-free record. The ultimate award authority for the Navy Ceremonial Duty Ribbon is the commanding officer of the USS Constitution, which is berthed at the Charlestown Navy Yard. Multiple awards of the Navy Ceremonial Duty Ribbon are denoted by bronze service stars, however, only one award of the ribbon is authorized for each tour of duty.

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