Basic Training Honor Graduate Ribbon

The Basic Training Honor Graduate Ribbon is a military award of the United States Air Force and Coast Guard which recognizes top recruits who graduate at the top of their training classes upon completion of basic training.

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Basic Training Honor Graduate Ribbon - Coast Guard
... The Coast Guard Basic Training Honor Graduate Ribbon was first created on March 3, 1984 with the first presentation in April of that same year to then Seaman apprentice Scott Woodard ... The Basic Training Honor Graduate Ribbon is presented to the service member who graduates top of their basic training instruction class ... Retroactive presentations of the Basic Training Honor Graduate Ribbon may be awarded upon application from the service member to the United States Coast Guard ...

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