This regulation prescribes the Department of the Army policy governing the manufacture, sale, reproduction, possession, and wear of military decorations, medals, badges, and insignia. It also establishes the Heraldic Item Quality Control System to improve the appearance of the Army by controlling the quality of heraldic items purchased from commercial sources. Download: 3/r672_8.pdf Size: 33.45 KB
This regulation prescribes policies, assigns responsibilities, and establishes procedures for presenting an annual ARMY LABORATORY OF THE YEAR Award to the Research and Development laboratory conducting the best program during the preceding fiscal year, a SPECIAL AWARD to the most improved laboratory, and an AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE to other laboratories having particularly noteworthy programs.
This regulation prescribes procedures for administering the Army Research and Development Achievement Awards Program. This program was established under the general provisions of AR 672-20 to provide meaningful recognition of US Army military and civilian personnel for exceptional scientific and engineering achievement.
This regulation prescribes responsibilities, eligibility criteria, nomination, selection, and presentation procedures for the Secretary of the Army Recruiter/Retention/Transition Noncommissioned Officer (NCO) of the Year awards. Historical Copy.
This regulation provides policy on the use of both monetary and honorary incentive awards for civilian employees. It covers invention, superior accomplishment, performance, honorary, and public service awards, as well as Quality Step Increases.
This guidance prescribes policy governing the Zachary and Elizabeth Fisher Distinguished Civilian Humanitarian Award and prescribes the criteria and nominating procedures for the Award. It also gives the responsibilities of the Multi-Department Selection Recommendation Committee.
This regulation prescribes a program for Secretary of the Army Awards for Program / Project Management. These awards recognize Army program and project managers whose outstanding accomplishments and contributions merit special recognition. This award complements the military awards and decorations program.
This regulation prescribes policy and procedures for awarding the Brigadier General Jeremiah P. Holland Award to the most outstanding military police unit, company size or smaller, each fiscal year to the most outstanding military police unit, company-size or smaller.
HRC Awards Branch has provided the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense (Personnel & Readiness) memo which announces the establishment of a new campaign phase for the ACM. The new campaign phase is “Transition I”, and the beginning date is 1 Jul 11. “Consolidation III” has been closed out effective 30 Jun 11. HRC Awards Branch will be publishing a MILPER message at a date to be determined. This message authorizes Soldiers to immediately add campaign stars to their ACM Read more