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OOC Awards

Distinguished Service Medal - Awarded for distinguished service to one's sim over time.


Good Conduct Medal (Platinum) - Awarded for 100 live chat sims attended, or for 300 message board or e-mails posts written. This is for ONE sim's activity.


Good Conduct (Gold) - Awarded for 75 live chat sims attended, or for 225 message board or e-mails posts written. This is for ONE sim's activity.


Good Conduct (Silver) - Awarded for 50 live chat sims attended, or for 150 message board or e-mails posts written. This is for ONE sim's activity.


Good Conduct (Bronze) - Awarded for 25 live chat sims attended, or for 75 message board or e-mails posts written. This is for ONE sim's activity.


Jamaica Medal of Stamina - Awarded for outstanding attendance to a live chat sim or outstanding participation to a message board or e-mail sim.


Pennington Award - Awarded for an outstanding log series or excellence in log or post writing during a three - month period.


Legion of Honor - It is an honor and medal awarded to someone for exceptional skills to promote their ship and their group. Great acting, creativity, taking on new roles as needed by the Host.


Contribution Award - Awarded for contribution of a major resource to the Federation Sim Fleet in any genre or field.


Meritorious Service (Bronze) - Awarded for 150 live chat sims attended, or for 500 message board or e-mails posts written. This is for ONE sim's activity.


Meritorious Service (Silver) - Awarded for 300 live chat sims attended, or for 1000 message board or e-mails posts written. This is for ONE sim's activity.


Meritorious Service (Gold) - Awarded for 500 live chat sims attended, or for 1500 message board or e-mails posts written. This is for ONE sim's activity.


Meritorious Service (Platinum) - Awarded for every 1000 live chat sims attended, or for every 2500 message board or e-mails posts written. This is for ONE sim's activity.


* Fleet Commander's Commendation - Awarded by the Fleets Commanding and Executive Officer to a member of their respective fleet for a duty or series of duties which warrants such a commendation.


* Starfleet's Expansionist Medal of Risa - Is earned through the exceptional recruiting efforts of an FSF member.


** One Year Membership - Given to member for one year of continual FSF membership.


** Two Year Membership - Given to member for two years of continual FSF membership.


** Three Year Membership - Given to member for three years of continual FSF membership.


** Four Year Membership - Given to member for four years of continual FSF membership.


** Five Year Membership - Given to member for five years of continual FSF membership.


** Ten Year Membership - Given to member for ten years of continual FSF membership.


** Silver Host Service Star - Given to a host each year on their anniversary for their hosting accomplishments.


** Gold Host Service Star - Given to a host after five years of hosting on their anniversary for their hosting accomplishments.


*** Arya ap Sha'nyn Medal of Merit - This award is given to someone much deserving recognition for their work to improve the FSF and the activities within it. Sha'nyn was a former FSF XO. Given out once every two years.


*** Bat'leth Medal of Achievement - For a significant achievement, for detailed work and supported by much positive material, directly affecting the FSF in an enjoyable way. Batleth was an FSF Host. Given out every two to three years.


*** J'Dan Medal of Valor - Can be earned by showing exceptional talents. The highest honor in the FSF, the JMoV can only be given to someone with over two years of FSF loyalty, and has brought a significant benefit to the FSF over the course of their career. J'Dan was an FSF Host. Given out once every three to six years.


*** Taryyn Medal of Heroism - This is given to someone who has gone above and beyond the call of duty to help someone or a group of people in the FSF. Taryyn was a Former FSF XO. Given out every one to two years.


*** Martin St-Onge Medal of Verve - This is given annually to one person in the FSF who has helped further FSF goals with something new, successful, and great for the FSF community at large. *This must be voted on by Fleet Command.


*** Calenture Award - Given to any member that exhibits and promotes enthusiasm for the FSF community through the message boards, mailing lists, or chat rooms. * Can be earned multiple times.


 - Awards can be given only by hosts.
*- Can only be given by a Fleet Command member.
**- Can only be given by the Awards Director.
***- Can only be given by an Administration member.



IC Medals

Medal for Command - Awarded for exemplary leadership in a hostile / stressful situation. * Can only be achieved once.


Commander's Commendation - Awarded by the Commanding and Executive Officer to a member of their respective crew for a duty or series of duties which warrants such a commendation.


Medal for Excellence - Earned by having an excellence in a category determined by the host. Can only be awarded once for each field. Appropriate fields are Command, Security, Tactical, Science, Medical, and Engineering.


Quietus Medal of Honor - Showing heroism in battle.


Medal for Leadership - Awarded for exemplary leadership while leading an away team *Can be achieved only once.


Extraordinary Service Award - Given to an officer for actions which fall outside of his or her normal job repsonsibilities and/or areas of expertise, and which contribute to the success of a mission.


Purple Heart of Gallant - This medal is awarded to recognize individuals injured in battle during the course of their duties. *Can be achieved only once.


Medal for Achievement - Awarded for achievement that renders the individual conspicuous and well above the standard expected in one selected field. Appropriate fields are Command, Security, Tactical, Science, Medical, and Engineering.


Starfleet Starburst - Awarded for outstanding service during the course of one or a series of missions.


Meritorious Service Medal - Medal earned for accomplishing special missions.


Prisoner of War Medal - Earned by being taken prisoner or enduring a period of time in the captivity of a hostile force.


Combat Action Ribbon - Awarded to serviceman in the grade of captain/colonel and junior thereto, who have actively participated in ground or surface combat.


Good Conduct Medal (One Year) - Awarded to personnel for exemplary conduct during a one-year period of active military service.


Good Conduct Medal (Two Year) - Awarded to personnel for exemplary conduct during a two-year period of active military service.


Medal for Expertism - Awarded to personnel who qualify as "expert" within their designated field as is prescribed by the conditions required.


Humanitarian Service Medal - Awarded to personnel that have distinguished themselves as individuals by meritorious, direct, nonroutine participation in a significant military act or operation of a humanitarian nature. Direct participation is defined as being physically present at the designated location, having directly contributed to and influenced the action.


Meritorious Medal of Defense - Meritorious actions which lead to the saving of the entire ship, or a large number of lives on a planet.


Air Force Cross - The Air Force Cross is awarded for extraordinary heroism not justifying the award of the Medal of Honor. It may be awarded to any person who, while serving in any capacity with the U.S Air Force, distinguishes him or herself by extraordinary heroism involving one of the following actions: * In action against an enemy of the United States * While engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing foreign force * While serving with friendly foreign forces engaged in an armed conflict against an opposing armed force in which the United States is not a belligerent party


Air Force Distinguished Service Medal - The Air Force Distinguished Service Medal is awarded to any member of the United States Air Force who has distinguished himself or herself by exceptionally meritorious service to the United States Government in a duty of great responsibility.


Silver Star - The Silver Star is awarded for gallantry in action against an enemy of the United States not justifying a higher award. It may be awarded to any person who, while serving in any capacity with the U.S Armed Forces, distinguishes him or herself by extraordinary heroism involving one of the following actions: * In action against an enemy of the United States * While engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing foreign force * While serving with friendly foreign forces engaged in an armed conflict against an opposing armed force in which the United States is not a belligerent party.


Bronze Star - The medal is awarded to a member of the military who, while serving in or with the military of the United States after 6 December 1941, distinguished him- or herself by heroic or meritorious achievement or service, not involving participation in aerial flight, while engaged in an action against an enemy of the United States; while engaged in military operations involving conflict with an opposing foreign force; or while serving with friendly foreign forces engaged in an armed conflict against an opposing armed force in which the United States is not a belligerent party.


SGC Commendation Medal - Derived from the Air Force Commendation Medal, this award is given to recognize SGC personnel and allies for sustained performance and contributions. (Tier 2)


SGC Achievement Medal - Derived from the Air Force Achievement Medal, this award is given to recognize the specific achievements of Stargate Command personnel of all military branches, civilian or outsider alike. (Tier 1)


Air and Space Campaign Medal - To be eligible for the Air and Space Campaign Medal a service member must perform direct support of a military operation for at least thirty consecutive days or for sixty non-consecutive days. "Direct support" is defined as deploying in support of an ASCM approved operation or if performing functions at home station or from outside the geographic area of combat which historically were deployed forward, or entirely new and future missions., which due to technological advances are no longer constrained by geographic location. This includes, but is not limited to, sortie generation, intelligence, surveillance, targeting, computer network attack operations, etc. Squadron Commanders may determine other functions that meet the intent of this award.


Air Force Meritorious Unit Commendation - The Meritorious Unit Commendation is a mid-level unit award of the United States military which is awarded to any military command which displays exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding service, heroic deeds, or valorous actions.


Outstanding Unit Award - The decoration is awarded as a ribbon to any command of the U.S. Air Force (including Reserve and Air National Guard) which performs exceptionally meritorious service, accomplishes specific acts of outstanding achievement, excels in combat operations against an armed enemy of the United States, or conducts with distinction military operations involving conflict with, or exposure to, a hostile action by any opposing foreign force. The "V" (Valor) device is authorized when awarded for combat or combat support service.


Air Force Recognition Ribbon - To be awarded the Air Force Recognition Ribbon, a service member must receive a designated trophy, plaque, or other award (such as the Sijan Leadership Award) through an achievement as specified by Air Force regulations. The ribbon is thus intended to recognize awards which cannot otherwise be displayed on a military uniform; as such, this award is typically presented in combination with an Air Force level annual award.


Air Force Training Ribbon - Air Force Training Ribbon this ribbon was authorized by the Chief of Staff, U.S. Air Force on Oct. 12, 1980. It is awarded to U.S. Air Force service members on completion of initial accession training after Aug. 14, 1974. In Dec 1986, the criteria expanded and authorized the ribbon to anyone who was on active duty in Dec 1986, regardless of when they completed initial accession training.


Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon - The United States Air Force awards a single ribbon, known as the Small Arms Expert Marksmanship Ribbon, for an expert qualification on either the M-16 rifle, M-4 Carbine or the individuals AFSC's (Job) designated handgun weapon. The ribbon is issued in only one degree; however, a bronze service star may be worn on the decoration for those who have qualified expert on both the service rifle and handgun.


- Medals can be given only by hosts.