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Army Meritorious Unit Commendation Streamer

Army Meritorious Unit Commendation Streamer
Item# MCS-ARMUC
$59.00
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Product Description

These Army Meritorious Unit Commendation Award Streamers are made in accordance with U.S. Army & USAF regulation.

These Streamers are available in 4 sizes.

Please enter in the block provided the information you want embroidered onto your streamer.

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The Army Meritorious Unit Commendation streamer is awarded to units for exceptionally meritorious conduct in performance of outstanding services for at least six continuous months during the period of military operations against an armed enemy occurring on or after 1 January 1944. Service in a combat zone is not required, but must be directly related to the combat effort. CONUS based units are excluded from this award as are other units outside the area of operation. The unit must display such outstanding devotion and superior performance of exceptionally difficult tasks as to set it apart and above other units with similar missions. The degree of achievement required is the same as that which would warrant award of the Legion of Merit to an individual. Only in rare cases will a unit larger than a battalion qualify for award of this commendation. For services performed during World War II, awards will be made only to service units and only for services performed between 1 January 1944 and 15 September 1946. Effective 1 March 1961, the Meritorious Unit Commendation was authorized for units and/or detachments of the Armed Forces of the United States for exceptionally meritorious conduct in performance of outstanding services for at least six continuous months in support of military operations. Such service is interpreted to relate to combat service support type activities and not to the type of activities performed by senior headquarters, combat, or combat support units. On the streamer, the event or occasion and date is embroidered onto the streamer.