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1 HEADQUARTERS STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS 1 August 2017

2 Change No. Date of Change 1 1 Jan 2017 Changed formatting and cosmetic changes 2 1 Jan 2017 Changed Summary of Changes Pages 3 1 Jan 2017 Added Captain Kirk Dress Uniform Picture 4 1 Jan 2017 Added page 5 How Changed 5 1 Jan 2017 Add award graphics along with award descriptions 6 1 Jan 2017 Add new Admiral Forrest for the Assistant Director 7 8 Feb 2017 Added 5 uniform examples wearing awards 8 1 Mar 2017 Per the Director, SFSO s and MACO s have been combined to form the SFSO s Program 9 15 Mar 2017 Updated TWOK Ribbon Order figure and example figure Mar 2017 Changed direction of TWOK ribbon mount with Highest award on top and lowest award Mar 2017 Updated award charts On the bottom, but row count and location of non-complete rows have stayed the same Mar 2017 Updated SFSO Logo and name to reflect new name to STARFLEET Strategic Operations Mar 2017 Added 1-7c which is a Grandfather Claus for Operatives awarded certain awards and The criteria has since been changed, the Operative will retain such award Mar 2017 Added MACO Wings and Combined Forces Expert Badge Mar 2017 Updated TOS awards graphics May 2017 Added new awards to manual; Garth Cross of Gallantry, Pike Star of Valor, Branch Operative of the Year, STARFLEET Star, Director s Meritorious Service, SFSO Operative Medal, Sector Commendation, Sector Achievement, Team Leader s Commendation, Five Year Mission, Sector Annual Muster, Ambassador Sarek Service, United Federation of Planets, Patriot Service, Daystrom Academic Excellence, Chief Petty Officer Ribbon, Kirk Leadership and SFSO Basic Training Ribbon May 2017 Removed Section IV Manpower, adjusted para formatting Jun 2017 Added the McCoy Medical Training Ribbon STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

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4 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS AWARDS MANUAL 2017 Edition i STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

5 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS AWARDS MANUAL By Order of the Director, STAR- FLEET STATEGIC OPERATIONS: TJ Allen Commodore STARFLEET Strategic Operations Director Official: TJ Allen Paul C Dyl Vice Admiral STARFLEET Strategic Operations Assistant Director Paul C. Dyl History. The following are the Editions when this manual was published Edition 2017 Edition Summary. This manual provides STARFLEET Strategic Operations awards policy, criteria, and administrative instructions concerning individual and unit awards, ribbons, and qualification badge processing and awarding Operatives in recognition of achievements and service. The SFSO Leadership from the Team Leader to the SFSO Director are responsible to implement the SFSO s Program and to recognize all deserving SFSO Operatives. Applicability. This manual applies to all units and operatives assigned to the STARFLEET Strategic Operations, unless otherwise stated. Reporting Authority. The governing authority for Starfleet Strategic Operations is the Director, SFSO. Send questions, comments, or suggestions to: Distribution. This publication is available in electronic media only and is intended for units and Operatives assigned to the STARFLEET Strategic Operations. Pronoun Disclaimer. The use of he/ his/him, etc. is used for convenience as the Standard English language conventions of gender-nonspecific pronouns. No sexual bias is intended. The convention is merely used for ease of writing and reading. There have been and hopefully always will be plenty of female Operatives in the SFSO and no slight to them is intended. The point is we don t mean anything by it. Copyright & Disclaimer. The original work in this handbook is protected under the copyright laws of the United States, Title 17 US code. All rights reserved. This handbook may not be reproduced in whole or in part by any means of reproduction, nor may this handbook be used to prepare derivative work based upon its copyrighted material, without the consent of STARFLEET Strategic Operations. In no way are the contents of this handbook intended to infringe upon copyrights, trademarks or patents held by any other agency. Acknowledgements. The publisher of this manual would like to extend our thanks to the following people for their contribution to the publication of the SFSO s Manual: Paul Dyl TJ Allen Barry Jackson Marcus Johnston The following sources were also used in one form or another to create the SFSO s Manual. * Region One s Program * SFMC MFM s Section * USS Helen Pawlowski NCC-8494 s Program. AWARDS MANUAL ii 5

6 Contents (listed by paragraph and page number) Chapter 1 Introduction, page 1 Section I Overview, page 1 Purpose 1-1, page 1 Section II Responsibilities, page 1 Director, STARFLEET Strategic Operations 1-2, page 1 s Director, STARFLEET Strategic Operations 1-3, page 1 Section III Principles and Standards, page 1 Principles of Support 1-4, page 1 Standards of Service 1-5, page 1 Section IV Policy, Precedence, and Information, page 2 Objective and Implementation 1-6, page 2 Categories of Individual s 1-7, page 2 Time Limitation 1-8, page 2 Reconsideration/Appeal of Disapproved or Downgraded Recommendations 1-9, page 2 Duplication of s 1-10, page 2 Succeeding s 1-11, page 3 Section V Order of Precedence, page 3 Order of Precedence SFSO Ribbons 1-13, page 3 Chapter 2 STARFLEET Strategic Operations Ribbons, page 6 Section I Overview, page 6 Objective 2-1, page 6 Order of Precedence 2-2, page 6 Section II STARFLEET Strategic Operations s, page 6 STARFLEET Strategic Operations Ribbons 2-3, page 6 Garth Cross of Gallantry 2-4, page 6 Pike Star of Valor 2-5, page 7 Archer Distinguished Service Cross 2-6, page 7 iii STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

7 Contents-Continued Operative of the Year 2-7, page 7 Branch Operative of the Year 2-8, page 7 Outstanding Team Operative of the Year 2-9, page 8 STARFLEET Medal 2-10, page 8 Director s Meritorious Service 2-11, page 8 SFSO Operative Medal 2-12, page 8 In Harms Way 2-13, page 9 SFSO Commendation 2-14, page 9 SFSO Achievement 2-15, page 9 Sector Commendation 2-16, page 9 Sector Achievement 2-17, page 10 Admiral Forrest 2-18, page 10 Meritorious Unit Commendation 2-19, page 10 Team Leader s Commendation 2-20, page 11 Mission Leader 2-21, page 11 Special Projects 2-22, page 11 Five Mission 2-23, page 11 SFSO Honor Guard 2-24, page 12 Guardian 2-25, page 12 Curzon 2-26, page 12 General Martok Service 2-27, page 13 Tour of Duty 2-28, page 13 SFSO Annual Muster 2-29, page 13 Sector Annual Muster 2-30, page 13 Ambassador Sarek Service 2-31, page 14 United Federation of Planets 2-32, page 14 Patriot Service 2-33, page 14 Recruiting 2-34, page 14 Gannet Brooks 2-35, page 15 Daystrom Academic Excellence 36, page 15 Combine Forces 2-37, page 16 Major Hayes 2-38, page 16 Chief Petty Officer 2-39, page 17 Kirk Leadership 2-40, page 17 McCoy Medical Training Ribbon 2-41, page 18 SFSO Basic Training Ribbon 2-42, page 18 AWARDS MANUAL iv 7

8 Contents-Continued Chapter 3 STARFLEET Strategic Operations Qualification & Skill Badges, page 16 Section I Overview, page 16 Objective 3-1, page 16 Order of Precedence 3-2, page 16 Section II STARFLEET Strategic Operations Qualification/Skill Badges, page 16 Qualification/Skill Badges 3-3, page 16 STARFLEET Strategic Operations Aerospace Wings 3-4, page 16 STARFLEET Strategic Operations MACO Aerospace Wings 3-5, page 17 Combine Forces Expert Badge 3-6, page 17 Appendix Appendix A SFSO TWOK Ribbon Mounting, page A1 Figure 1-1 TWOK Order of Precedence Chart, page A1 Figure 1-2 TWOK Style Ribbon Order of Precedence Example, page A2 Appendix B Figure 1-3 STARFLEET Strategic Operations Ribbons (TWOK Era) Chart, page B1 Appendix C SFSO TOS Ribbon Mounting, page C1 Figure 1-4 Figure 1-4 TOS Style of Ribbon Order of Precedence, page C1 Appendix D Figure 1-5 STARFLEET Strategic Operations Ribbons (TOS Era) Chart, page D1 Appendix E Figure 1-6 STARFLEET Strategic Operations Qualification/Skill Badge Chart, page E1 Appendix F Figure 1-7 SFSO s Recommendation Form Part 1, page F1 Figure 1-8 SFSO s Recommendation Form Part 2, page F2 Figure 1-9 SFSO Online s Recommendation Form, page F3 Appendix G TOS Style Ribbons worn on TOS Dress Uniform, page G1 TWOK Style Ribbons on a TWOK Class A Uniform, page G2 TOS and TWOK Style Ribbons on a TNG Dress Uniform, page G3 TOS Style Ribbons on a Dress White Uniform, page G4 TOS and TWOK Style Ribbons on a ST: NEM Flag Officer Uniform, page G5 Appendix H Screen Captured TOS Style Ribbons, page H1 Appendix I Screen Captured TWOK Style Ribbons, page I1 v STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

9 Chapter 1 Introduction Section I Overview 1 1. Purpose This manual prescribes SFSO policy, criteria, and administrative instructions concerning individual and unit awards. The goal of the SFSO awards program is to foster mission accomplishment by recognizing excellence of SFSO operatives and motivating them to high levels of performance and service. Section II Responsibilities 1 2. Director, STARFLEET Strategic Operations The Director, STARFLEET Strategic Operations will a. Serve as the Headquarters, STARFLEET Strategic Operations policy proponent of the SFSO awards program. b. Establish policy, procedures, and standards for matters concerning awards and may make exceptions to this regulation and further delegate authority to make exceptions in accordance with the "Proponent and Exception Authority statement" in this manual. c. Exercise SFSO responsibility on matters concerning SFSO awards. d. Serve as the senior uniformed SFSO official on matters concerning SFSO awards s Director, STARFLEET Strategic Operations The s Director, STARFLEET Strategic Operations will- a. conduct and supervise all SFSO awards functions prescribed in this manual. The s Director, SFSO will act on behalf of the Director, SFSO when so delegated and directed. b. ensure that all Team Branches implements this manual. Section III Principles and Standards 1 4. Principles of support The SFSO s Program will direct a function to a. Enable award authorities to recognize operatives for valor, meritorious service, and achievement; and to document and record that recognition for historical purposes. b. Support the SFSO personnel life-cycle function of sustainment Standards of service a. s are a SFSO personnel function. b. Recommended awards will be expeditiously processed, and recorded in the STARFLEET Database (SFDB) and award certificates by the final approving authority within 60 days. c. Typed and ed recommendations will be the norm. d. A final record of each recommendation and the resulting decision will be maintained for historical purposes. AWARDS MANUAL 1 9

10 e. Recipients of awards should receive at presentation an award certificate (Ribbons are purchased by the individual from the SFSO QM). f. authorities may use and Decoration Boards to advise them on appropriate levels of recognition. Use of these boards is optional. Section IV Policy, Precedence, and Information 1 6. Objective and implementation a. The objective of the SFSO s Program is to provide tangible recognition for acts of valor, exceptional service or achievement and qualifications badges. b. Implementation of the provisions of this manual is a command responsibility. Administrative procedures will ensure the prompt recognition of deserving Operatives. c. Previous awards that have been awarded but afterwards were changes in criteria will have that award changed to the new equivalent award (MACO Community Service would change to a Curzon award) s with no equivalent award will be grandfathered and the operative will continue to retain the award (s) Categories of individual awards Individual awards are grouped into the following categories: Annual s, Training s, Service s, Unit s and Qualification Badges Time limitation a. Annual awards must be submitted on time in accordance with the Annual s submission dates that will coincide with the SFI International Conference. These dates will be announced at least 90 days prior to award submission deadlines. b. All other awards must be submitted no later than 90 days from the qualifying date for said award and no earlier then 30 days from the qualifying date for said award Reconsideration/Appeal of disapproved or downgraded award recommendations a. A request for reconsideration or the appeal of a disapproved or downgraded award recommendation must be placed in official channels within 60 days from the date of the awarding authority s decision. One time reconsideration by the award approval authority will be conclusive. b. Recommendations are submitted for reconsideration or appeal only if new, substantive and material information is furnished and the time limits specified in paragraph 1 9 above do not prevent such action. Requests for reconsideration or appeal must be forwarded through the same official channels as the original recommendation. The additional justification for reconsideration or appeal must be in letter format, not to exceed two single-spaced typewritten pages. A copy of the original recommendation, with all endorsements, and the citation must be attached. If the original recommendation is not available, a new/reconstructed recommendation should be submitted Duplication of awards a. Only one award will be awarded to an operative or SFSO unit for the same act, achievement, or period of meritorious service. b. The award of an award ribbon in recognition of a single act of heroism or meritorious achievement does not 2 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

11 preclude an award for meritorious service at the termination of an assignment. Recommendations for award of an award ribbon for meritorious service will not refer to acts of heroism or meritorious achievements which have been previously recognized by award of an award ribbon. c. Continuation of the same or similar type service already recognized by an award for meritorious service or achievement will not be the basis for a second award. d. s from other SFI programs that do not allow wearing of other program awards are not bound by this paragraph. Example: SFMC does not allow its Marines to wear Marine and other SFI awards, therefore an Operative who belongs to SFSO and SFMC could be awarded an award for the same act or service. The SFSO Director has finale say if an SFSO award is warranted or not Succeeding awards For each succeeding act or period of meritorious service or achievement that justifies the award of a ribbon that has already been awarded previously, there are no devices used to denote additional awarding of the same award. Section V Order of Precedence Order of precedence service medals and service ribbons Order of precedence for the following SFSO Ribbons is: (1) Garth Cross of Gallantry (2) Pike Star of Valor (3) Archer Distinguished Service Cross (4) Operative of the Year (5) Branch Operative of the Year (6) Outstanding Team Operative of the Year (7) STARFLEET Star (8) Director s Meritorious Service (9) SFSO Operative Medal (10) In Harms Way (11) SFSO Commendation Ribbon (12) SFSO Achievement Ribbon (13) Sector Commendation (14) Sector Achievement (15) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (16) SFSO Meritorious Unit Commendation Ribbon (17) Team Leader s Commendation (18) Mission Leader (19) Special Projects (20) Five Mission Ribbon (21) SFSO Honor Guard Ribbon (22) Guardian (23) Curzon Community Service (24) General Martok Service (25) Tour of Duty Ribbon (26) SFSO Annual Muster Ribbon (27) Sector Annual Muster Ribbon (28) Ambassador Sarek Service AWARDS MANUAL 3 11

12 (29) United Federation of Planets (30) Patriot Service (31) SFSO Master Recruiting Ribbon (32) Gannet Brooks (Doctorate) (33) Daystrom Academic Excellence (34) Combined Forces Ribbon (35) Major Hayes (36) Chief Petty Officer (37) Kirk Leadership (38) McCoy Medical Training Ribbon (39) SFSO Basic Training Ribbon 4 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

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14 Chapter 2 STARFLEET Strategic Operations Ribbons Section I Overview 2 1. Objective a. This chapter explains SFSO policies and procedures on awarding SFSO Ribbon s. The chapter describes the various SFSO awards; the basis or eligibility requirements for the award; who is eligible to receive; and who is authorized to approve the award. It tells how to prepare, submit, and process recommendations for SFSO awards. b. The objective of the SFSO s Program is to ensure operatives of the SFSO receive tangible recognition for acts of valor, exceptional service or achievement Wearing SFSO s with other STARFLEET s SFSO Operatives are NOT authorized to wear SFSO s with other STARFLEET/SFA/SFMC/SFMED/Region or any other entity. Section II STARFLEET Strategic Operations s 2-3. STARFLEET Strategic Operations Ribbons a. The following awards are officially recognized by The STARFLEET Strategic Operations. These awards recognize STARFLEET Strategic Operations Operatives and Units for outstanding and significant duty, deeds, accomplishments, and achievements. s that are issued by other commands from with in the STAR- FLEET Strategic Operations are listed in the Annexes of this manual. b. Carefully read the award criteria in order to determine the appropriate award for recommendation. All awards are listed in descending order of precedence. An explanation of the ribbons and any devices are described later in the manual. 2-4 GARTH CROSS OF GALLANTRY ed to an Operative who, while an Operative of the SFSO, distinguishes himself or herself conspicuously by gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of his or her life to save another individual (s) who live is also threatened. The recommender of this award must submit official evidence supporting the Operatives actions. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 2-5 PIKE STAR OF VALOR 6 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

15 ed to an Operative who, while serving in any capacity with the SFSO, distinguished himself or herself by extraordinary heroism not justifying the award of the Garth Cross of Gallantry. The act or acts of heroism must have been so notable and have involved risk of life of the victim, but not that of the Operative. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 2-6 ARCHER DISTINGUISHED SERVICE CROSS ed to any Operative who, while serving in any capacity with the SFSO, has distinguished himself or herself by exceptionally meritorious service to the SFSO in a duty of great responsibility. The performance must be such as to merit recognition for service that is clearly exceptional. Exceptional performance of normal duty will not alone justify an award of this decoration. In order to receive this award, the SFSO Command Staff (Deputy Directors and above) must vote at least a 2/3 majority to be awarded. ed annually. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 2-7 OPERATIVE OF THE YEAR ed to any SFSO Operative who has shown best overall dedication and involvement to the SFSO and his/her SOU; and has made significant accomplishments to it. Normally, the SFSO Command Staff selects the top candidates for this award from among the Branch Operative of the Year recipients in the various SFSO Branches, (RANGER, SEALS, HAZARD, RECON, INTEL and MACO) and then passes those names on to the Director for his selection of the final recipient. ed annually. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 2-8 BRANCH OPERATIVE OF THE YEAR ed to any SFSO Operative who has shown best overall dedication and involvement to the SFSO and his/her SOU; and has made significant accomplishments to it. Normally, the Branch Commanders select the top candidate for this award from among the Outstanding Team Member s who are (assigned to that particular branch) recipients in the various branches, and then passes those names on to the Deputy Director Operations for his selection of the final recipients. ed annually. Issuing Authority: Branch Commanders AWARDS MANUAL 7 15

16 2-9 OUTSTANDING TEAM MEMBER AWARD This award is awarded to an outstanding Team Operative who has demonstrated exemplary service and achievement above all other SOU Operatives. ed annually to one Operative per SOU. Actions or service must be listed in the SOU s MSR to be eligible. Recipients of this award will compete for the Branch Operative of the Year. ed annually. Issuing Authority: Recommend by the SOU Team Leader and approved by the Director, SFSO STARFLEET MEDAL ed to any Operative who, while serving in any capacity with the SFSO, has distinguished himself or herself by exceptionally meritorious service to STARFLEET and the SFSO in a duty of great responsibility. The performance must be such as to merit recognition for service that is clearly exceptional. ed annually. Issuing Authority: Commander, STARFLEET 2-11 DIRECTOR S MERITORIOUS SERVICE AWARD ed to any SFSO Operative who has distinguished himself or herself by exceptionally meritorious conduct in the performance of outstanding services and achievements within the SFSO. The performance must have been such as to merit recognition of key individuals for service rendered in a clearly exceptional manner. ed annually. Issuing authority: SFSO Director 2-12 SFSO OPERATIVE MEDAL ed to any Operative who, while serving in any capacity with the SFSO distinguished himself or herself by a single act of heroism or extraordinary achievement. Performance of the act of heroism must be evidenced by voluntary action above and beyond the call of duty. The extraordinary achievement must have resulted in an accomplishment so exceptional and outstanding as to clearly set the individual apart from his or her Operatives. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing authority: SFSO Director 8 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

17 2-13 IN HARMS WAY AWARD to any Operative that is injured/hurt in the line of duty while representing SFSO. The request for this award will be determined by the SOU Team Leader. The final decision will be made by the SFSO Command. This decision is final. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing authority: SFSO Director 2-14 SFSO COMMENDATION AWARD to any Operative to recognize an Operative who has distinguished himself or herself by meritorious achievement, or meritorious service to STARFLEET and the SFSO. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: SFSO Director 2-15 SFSO ACHIEVEMENT AWARD ed to any Operative of the SFSO who distinguished himself or herself by meritorious service or achievement of a lesser degree than required for award of the SFSO Commendation. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: SFSO Director 2-16 SECTOR COMMENDATION AWARD (* Note: This award is not available at this time) to any Operative to recognize an Operative who has distinguished himself or herself by meritorious achievement, or meritorious service at the Sector level. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: Quadrant Commanders 2-17 SECTOR ACHIEVEMENT AWARD (* Note: This award is not available at this time) ed to any Operative of the SFSO who distinguished himself or herself by meritorious service or achievement at AWARDS MANUAL 9 17

18 the Sector level of a lesser degree than required for award of the Sector Commendation. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: Quadrant and Sector Commanders 2-18 ADMIRAL FORREST AWARD (LEADERSHIP POSITIONS) This award is for the Service in the Command staff of SFSO for a minimum of 1 year. If the staff member moves up to a higher position then they are eligible to wear the previous position ribbon until the staff member completes the 1 year requirement for the next Ribbon. If the Staff member moves out all together from the Staff or takes a lower position, the Staff member is eligible to continue the highest class ribbon earned. ed on an as needed basis. First Class - Director Third Class - Deputy Directors Fifth Class - SFSO Staff (other) Second Class - Assistant Director Fourth Class - Branch Commanders Sixth Class - Sector/Quadrant Chiefs (* Note: Currently not in use) Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO Note: ONLY 1of these ribbons is worn MERITORIOUS UNIT COMMENDATION AWARD This award is given to an SFSO unit which exemplifies meritorious service either by demonstrating consistently outstanding performance over time, or by performing a particular task or service to a high standard of excellence (one award per unit per year maximum). (Unit must also have a 100% reporting history for that particular year). ed annually. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO (One per year awarded to each branch) 2-20 TEAM LEADER S COMMENDATION This award is given by a SOU TL/Branch Chief/Deputy Directors and the Director to an Operative under his command who exemplifies meritorious service either by demonstrating consistently outstanding performance over time, or by performing a particular task or service to a high standard of excellence. Receipt of this award neither nominates the Operative for, nor precludes him from, receiving additional recognition such as the Archer. ed on an as needed basis. 10 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

19 Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 2-21 MISSION LEADER AWARD This is awarded to Team Leaders and Senior Team Leaders that have lead a bona fide mission that has been sanctioned by the SFSO Director. A Planning/preparation form for this mission has to be reviewed/approved by the SFSO Director. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: SFSO Director 2-22 SPECIAL PROJECTS AWARD This award is awarded to an Operative who has shown exceptional service to the team/ship by completing a special project (s). Projects has to be approved by SFSO Command prior to start of the project. ed on an as needed basis. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing authority: SFSO Director 2-23 FIVE MISSION AWARD This award is awarded to any Operative that is associated with five or more missions/tasks. Associated indicates planning stages and/or participation in the actual mission approved by SFSO Command prior to the mission start. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing authority: SFSO Director 2-24 SFSO HONOR GUARD AWARD This award is given to any Operative who serves as a member of a Color/Honor Guard at a regional or STARFLEET function representing SFSO and wearing an authorized SFSO uniform. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing authority: SFSO Director AWARDS MANUAL 11 19

20 2-25 GUARDIAN AWARD to an Operative who has undertaken extreme or lengthy travel on behalf of the SFSO. The two important criteria are extreme or lengthy and on behalf of the SFSO. The former requires a judgement call by the Sector Commander (Director SFSO if the Sector Commander Position is vacant). A possible standard might be 6 hours travel time, for example. The latter is more exact: Taking a long road trip to attend a convention with the other members of your chapter, for example, does not qualify. Doing so because you are going to be presenting a class or demonstration (as an SFSO Operative) would qualify. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 2-26 CURZON AWARD ed to Operatives of the SFSO who perform outstanding volunteer community service of a direct, and consequential nature. Volunteer service must be at least 50 hrs. or more and must have been reported in the SOU s MSR. A list of hours and what the Operative did must accompany the request form. To qualify for the Curzon an Operatives volunteer service must meet the below requirements. ed on an as needed basis. (1) Be to the Operative s community. (2) Be significant in nature and produce tangible results. (3) Reflect favorably on STARFLEET and the SFSO. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 2-27 GENERAL MARTOK SERVICE AWARD ed at the completion of 1 yr, 3 yr, 5 yr and 7+ years of service while assigned to the SFSO Service award based on 1 August Only 1 ribbon is worn. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 12 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

21 2-28 TOUR OF DUTY AWARD After two years since completing any Grade 2 Certifications and assigned to an SOU with the same Branch as the Grade 2 certification. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 2-29 SFSO ANNUAL MUSTER AWARD This award is given once per year to any operative who physically attends an International SFSO Muster. ed annually. Issuing authority: SFSO Director 2-30 SECTOR ANNUAL MUSTER AWARD This award is given once per year to any Operative who physically attends a regional/sector SFSO Muster. The muster must be pre-approved prior to the muster by the SFSO Director for it to be authorized. ed annually. Issuing authority: SFSO Director 2-31 AMBASSADOR SAREK SERVICE AWARD to any Operative for participation in events with other Science Fiction oriented fan organizations, to include other Star Trek-related fan organizations other than SFI. This may be cooperative or competitive, and must be done while obviously participating as a SFSO Operative. Participation as an Operative can be shown by wearing a SFSO uniform, a unit cap or shirt, or by obviously being associated with others who are wearing an SFSO uniform. Operatives who are also members of the same fan organization are not eligible. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing authority: SFSO Director AWARDS MANUAL 13 21

22 2-32 UNITED FEDERATION OF PLANETS AWARD ed to any Operative for participation at a STARFLEET function, such as the annual International Conference or a Regional Summit. The key word here is participation, not attendance. The Operative must have done more than simply attend (i.e., served on a panel, worked on the Security detail, etc.) Likewise, the Operative must have attended as a SFSO Operative for the entire time. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing authority: SFSO Director 2-33 PATRIOT SERVICE AWARD ed to any Operative who served honorably in any Armed Forces for a minimum of 1 consecutive year of Active Duty Service. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing authority: SFSO Director 2-34 RECRUITING RIBBON and MASTER RECRUITING AWARD Recruiting is very much a part of the SFSO. It is how the SFSO grows, and therefore special recognition is bestowed upon those who take time to grow the SFSO's membership. The SFSO Recruiting Ribbon is awarded to an Operative who successfully recruits Ten members into the SFSO. If an Operative has been particularly successful in recruiting and has successfully recruited 30 individuals into the SFSO, they are authorized the Master Recruiting Ribbon. To be eligible for this award, an Operative must submit a list of the members that they have successfully recruited (see below for criteria) to the Assistant Deputy Director (Operations), who upon verification will certify to the SFSO Director that the nominee is responsible for recruiting the names submitted, if the recruit in question has appeared on any SFSO roster prior to recruitment and that the required retention time has been met. The list must include the name, SCC numbers, the date joined STARFLEET and the date on which the individual joined the SFSO by changing their affiliation in the STARFLEET Database. A recruit is considered to be successfully recruited if: 1) An individual who is not a member of both STARFLEET and the SFSO, joins STARFLEET and elects to be a member of the SFSO by changing the affiliation option in the STARFLEET Database to either SFSO and then subsequently renews their membership at the end of their first year. However, these individuals must not have appeared on any SFSO unit roster prior to their selection to count toward satisfying the total number of recruits 14 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

23 required. Individuals who have been listed on SFSO unit rosters in the past will not be counted. 2) An individual who is currently a member of STARFLEET who changes their affiliation option in the STARFLEET Database to SFSO and then subsequently renews their membership at the end of their first year. However, these individuals must not have appeared on any SFSO unit roster prior to their selection to count toward satisfying the total number of recruits required. Individuals who have been listed on SFSO unit rosters in the past will not be counted. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: SFSO Director 2-35 GANNET BROOKS AWARD (DOCTORATE) First Class - This award is for Operatives that completes a SFA Doctorate of Special Operations, SFA Doctorate of Intelligence Operations, and a SFA Doctorate in Military Studies. Second Class - This award is for Operatives that completes a SFA Doctorate of Special Operations, SFA Doctorate of Intelligence Operations, and at least SFA Masters in Military Studies. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO Note: ONLY 1 ribbon is worn. Example: If an Operative is awarded both the 1st Class and 2nd Class, then the Operative can only wear the 1st Class. Note: ALL SFA Doctorates must each be the single major doctorate or masters and NOT a duel degree DAYSTROM ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD The Daystrom Academic Excellence is awarded, automatically, to any Operative who completes 1000 courses from SFA. This award is also issued to those Operatives who completes the SFSO Grade 6 Certification and those Operatives who complete the SFSO Grade 10 Certification. An Operative does not have to earn this award in any particular order. Completion of any of the above listed criteria's earns the first award etc. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO Devices: Academic Lamps for the TWOK style and Stars for the TOS style. This award is the first award authorized a device as follows: * Bronze Scholastic Lamp/Star - First * Silver Scholastic Lamp/Star - Second * Gold Scholastic Lamp /Star- Third AWARDS MANUAL 15 23

24 2-37 COMBINE FORCES AWARD This award is awarded to Operatives that have completed all three colleges (Units, Resources and Training) from the Starfleet Academy College of Special Operations with a grade of Distinction in each sub-course. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: SFSO Director 2-38 MAJOR HAYES AWARD The Major Hayes are team awards for the MACO, HAZARD TEAM, SEALS, RANGER, RECON, and INTEL. Completion of the Team Branch Grade 2 Certification based on the Operatives assigned SOU. Only 1 ribbon is authorized to be worn and it is based on what team the Operative is currently assigned to. If an Operative has earned a previous team award that is different from their current team but has not qualified for the new team, then they can keep wearing the previous team award until such time they have earned the new team award. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO 2-39 CHIEF PETTY OFFICER AWARD The SFSO Chief Petty Officer is only award to Enlisted Operatives who completes all of the courses listed in the SFSO NCO Academy. The Operative must be an NCO at the time of qualifying for this award. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: SFSO Director * Note: This award is not available at this time until the NCO Academy is completed. 16 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

25 2-40 KIRK LEADERSHIP AWARD The SFSO Kirk Leadership is awarded to any Operative who completes a SFA Doctorate in Command Studies. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: SFSO Director 2-41 MCCOY MEDICAL TRAINING RIBBON The McCoy Medical Training Ribbon is awarded, automatically, to any Operative who completes Medical Certification courses from a certified instructor/institution (Red Cross, College, Nursing, Medical School etc.) ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: SFSO Director Devices: Cross for the TWOK style and Stars for the TOS style. This award is the second award authorized a device as follows: * Bronze Cross/Star - Current Certification in CPR * Silver Cross/Star - Current Certification as an EMT/LPN/Military Medic * Gold Cross/Star- Current Certification as a RN/NP/PA/Medical Doctor 2-42 SFSO BASIC TRAINING RIBBON The SFSO Basic Training Ribbon is awarded automatically to any Operative who completes the SFSO Grade 1 Certification. ed on an as needed basis. Issuing Authority: SFSO Director AWARDS MANUAL 17 25

26 Chapter 3 STARFLEET Strategic Operations Qualification & Skill Badges Section I Overview 3 1. Objective a. This chapter explains SFSO policies and procedures on awarding SFSO Qualification/Skill Badges. The chapter describes the various SFSO badges; the basis or eligibility requirements for the badge; who is eligible to receive; and who is authorized to approve the badge. The request for award of badge is via the SFSO online awards request of by use of the SFSO s form. b. Qualification and skill badges are ONLY authorized for wear on the Class D specialized Duty Uniform for that particular branch. (i.e.. The Battle Dress Uniform or one of its variations) 3 2. Order of precedence There is no award precedence for qualification/skill badges. It is totally at the discretion of the Operative to wear or not to wear a specific qualification/skill badge that has been authorized to wear. Section II STARFLEET Strategic Operations Qualification/Skill Badges 3-3. Qualification/Skill Badges a. The following qualification/skill badges are officially recognized by the STARFLEET Strategic Operations. These badges recognize STARFLEET Strategic Operations Operatives for completion of certain requirements for the respective badge. Badges that are issued by other commands from with in the STARFLEET Strategic Operations are listed in the Annexes of this manual. b. Carefully read the badge criteria in order to determine if the Operative qualifies for that particular badge. All authorized badges with in SFSO is listed below excluding any badges from the separate branches awards manuals as authorized by SFSO Director. 3-4 SFSO AEROSPACE WINGS Completion of the STARFLEET Strategic Operations Additional Skill Certification-Aerospace. Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO Must provide copy of the SFSO Aerospace Certification Certificate 3-5 MACO AEROSPACE WINGS Criteria - Completion of the STARFLEET Strategic Operation Additional Skill Certification-Aerospace. 18 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

27 Issuing Authority: Director, SFSO Must provide copy of the SFSO Aerospace Certification Certificate and must be assigned to a MACO SOU. 3-6 COMBINED FORCES EXPERT DEVICE Criteria - ed to any Operatives who completes any SFSO Grade 10 Certification and who has completed all SFSO Additional Skill Certifications available at the time of presenting the award. The Operative must be assigned to a SOU for 1 year at the time of the badge being awarded. Issuing Authority: Deputy Director, Support * Must provide copy of the Grade 10 Certification Certificate and all Additional Skill Certifications AWARDS MANUAL 19 27

28 Appendix A SFSO TWOK Ribbon Mounting BAR ATTACHMENT Just like the contemporary military, the ribbon bar holder attachment allows you to pin your ribbons to your uniform. The ribbon bar size is dependent upon the number of ribbons you are authorized to wear. The largest ribbon bar available is for thirty-two (32) ribbons. Depending on the number of awards the Operative has been awarded will determine the size of the bar and eventually the Operative will have to use two ribbon bar holders. Example: If the Operative has all 39 ribbons awarded, the best option is for a thirty (30) ribbon bar holder and a nine (9) ribbon bar holder. The difference between U.S. Military award placement and STARFLEET Strategic Operations is the U.S. Military wear the lowest award from left to right, starting on the bottom row and working your way upward from the view point of the individual wearing the awards. The highest award is the most top right award. The rows are in groups of three ribbons starting with the lowest award on the bottom left. In the STARFLEET Strategic Operations, the awards are worn similar to the above description with the exception that the rows start from the top with the most highest award and works its way down to the lowest. (See Figure 1-1, Figure 1-2 and Figure 1-3) * Please note that the available Ribbon Bar holders come in two basic styles. One with a 1/8 space in-between rows and One with no spaces in-between rows. To keep is style of the TWOK award style, we use the later of the two options Figure A-1 TWOK Style of Ribbon, Order of Precedence (even number of ribbons) A1 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

29 Figure A-2 TWOK Style of Ribbon, Order of Precedence (odd number of ribbons) Notice the bottom odd ribbon is centered of the ribbon holder Figure A-3 TWOK Style of Ribbon, Order of Precedence (odd number of ribbons) Notice the bottom odd ribbons are centered of the ribbon holder. AWARDS MANUAL A2 29

30 Figure A-4 TWOK Style of Ribbon, Order of Precedence A3 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

31 Appendix B SFSO TWOK Era s Diagram Garth Cross of Gallantry Pike Star of Valor Archer Distinguished Service Cross Operative of the Year Branch Operative of the Year Outstanding Team Operative of the Year STARFLEET Star Director s Meritorious Service SFSO Operatives Medal In Harms Way SFSO Commendation SFSO Achievement Sector Commendation Sector Achievement Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (1st Class) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (2nd Class) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (3rd Class) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (4th Class) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (5th Class) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (6th Class) SFSO Meritorious Unit Commendation Team Leader s Commendation Figure B-1 TWOK Style Ribbons Mission Leader Special Projects AWARDS MANUAL B1 31

32 Five Mission SFSO Honor Guard Guardian Curzon Community Service General Martok Service (1 yr) General Martok Service (3 yr) General Martok Service (5 yr) General Martok Service (7+ yrs) Tour of Duty SFSO Annual Muster Sector Annual Muster Ambassador Sarek Service United Federation of Planets Patriot Service SFSO Master Recruiting SFSO Recruiting Gannet Brooks (Doctorate) (1st Class) Gannet Brooks (Doctorate) (2nd Class) Daystrom Academic Excellence Combined Forces Major Hayes (MACO) Major Hayes (HAZARD TEAM) Major Hayes (SEALS) Major Hayes (RANGER) Figure B-2 TWOK Style Ribbons Cont. B2 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

33 Major Hayes (RECON) Major Hayes (INTELLIGENCE) Chief Petty Officer Kirk Leadership McCoy Medical Training Ribbon SFSO Basic Training Ribbon Figure B-2 TWOK Style Ribbons Cont. AWARDS MANUAL B3 33

34 Appendix C SFSO TOS Ribbon Mounting ATTACHMENT - There are several ways to attach the TOS era awards. They range from using Velcro, Stitch or Glue. There are additional ways to securing the ribbons by using any one of the methods mentioned above but doing so on a separate piece of clothing or other backing and then using Velcro, magnets or even pins to secure your ribbons to the uniform itself. Again all have pros and cons that only the individual Operative can decide. The order of precedence does not change. But Figures C-1 and C-3 shows three of several possible configurations of the order of precedence from 1 ribbon to 39 ribbons. Notice the pattern of how the ribbons are added on. As the Operative earns more awards, the awards will begin to shift and jump around based on the order of precedence. Spacing between ribbons The spacing between ribbons is really up to the individual Operative. There is no real answer, however using screen captures of canon resources, its estimated to be about 1/32 of an inch but no grater than 1/16 of an inch. Figure C-1 TOS Style of Ribbon, Order of Precedence (even number of ribbons) C1 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

35 Figure C-2 TOS Style of Ribbon, Order of Precedence (odd number of ribbons) Figure C-3 TOS Style of Ribbon, Order of Precedence (odd number of ribbons) AWARDS MANUAL C2 35

36 Appendix D SFSO TOS ERA AWARDS DIAGRAM Garth Cross of Gallantry Pike Star of Valor Archer Distinguished Service Cross Operative of the Year Branch Operative of the Year Outstanding Team Member STARFLEET Star Director s Meritorious Service SFSO Operative Medal In Harms Way SFSO Commendation SFSO Achievement Sector Commendation Sector Achievement Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (1st Class) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (2nd Class) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (4th Class) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (5th Class) Admiral Forrest (Leadership) (6th Class) SFSO Meritorious Unit Commendation Team Leader s Commendation Mission Leader Special Projects Five Mission D1 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

37 SFSO Honor Guard Guardian Curzon Community Service General Martok Service (7+ yrs) General Martok Service (5 yr) General Martok Service (3 yr) General Martok Service (1 yr) Tour of Duty SFSO Annual Muster Sector Annual Muster Ambassador Sarek Service United Federation of Planets Patriot Service SFSO Recruiting SFSO Master Recruiting Gannet Brooks (Doctorate) (1st Class) Gannet Brooks (Doctorate) (2nd Class) Daystrom Academics Excellence Combined Forces Major Hayes (MACO) Major Hayes (Hazard Team) Major Hayes (SEALS) Major Hayes (Ranger) Major Hayes (RECON) Major Hayes (Intelligence) AWARDS MANUAL D2 37

38 Chief Petty Officer Kirk Leadership McCoy Medical Training Ribbon SFSO Basic Training Ribbon D3 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

39 Appendix E SFSO QUALIFICATION/SKILL BADGE DIAGRAM SFSO AEROSPACE WINGS MACO AEROSPACE WINGS COMBINED ARMS EXPERT DEVICE Figure 1-6 Qualification/Skill Badge AWARDS MANUAL E1 39

40 Appendix F Recommendation Forms Figure 1-7 Manual s Recommendation Form (page 1) F1 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

41 Figure 1-8 Manual s Recommendation Form (page 2) AWARDS MANUAL F2 41

42 Figure 1-9 Electronic s Recommendation Form F3 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

43 Appendix G Wearing of s on uniforms Example of TOS style award ribbons AWARDS MANUAL G1 43

44 Example of TWOK style award ribbons G2 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

45 Examples of either TOS or TWOK style award ribbons AWARDS MANUAL G3 45

46 Examples of either TOS or TWOK style award ribbons G4 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

47 Examples of either TOS or TWOK style award ribbons AWARDS MANUAL G5 47

48 Appendix H Screen Captured TOS s H1 STARFLEET STRATEGIC OPERATIONS

49 Appendix I Screen Captured TWOK s AWARDS MANUAL I1 49

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