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LTC Jason Mackay
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MSG David Rogers III
MSG David Rogers III
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Exactly! Best to stay away from commercial sites with "Orders of Precedence" and "Rack-builders". I have seen mistakes made before on rack-builders. Stay with the .mil websites like the above, and use official military regulations!
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LTC Jason Mackay
LTC Jason Mackay
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MSG David Rogers III - Marlowe white is not that way, theirs is tight
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MSG David Rogers III
MSG David Rogers III
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Yes sir... Marlowe White has always been very professional! Sadly, in the Google Generation, people usually select a random site. It all too often is a site put together by an over-weight PFC, kicked out for drug use in the 80s, and passes himself as a military expert. I work with ROTC cadets, and I always encourage going strait to the regulations.
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SPC Brian Kissner
SPC Brian Kissner
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Have the book sent from a base or use the USA Forces App for Any and All military related guides, UCMJ regulations, codes... another app is Base Directory which gives you up to date base info at your fingertips.
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LTC Stephen F.
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Thanks for posting the link to the link which displays the medals and ribbons for each military service and joint and DoD service medals going back to World war II SFC (Join to see) Displaying medals and ribbons in the designated order is important.
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LTC Stephen F. roger that, you never know when it might be handy/dandy for military service and functions.
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SGT David A. 'Cowboy' Groth
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Copied off a list of medals and ribbons, that rank them from highest to lowest. Have my ribbons set up by order of presidence.
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LTC Jason Mackay
LTC Jason Mackay
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You can use the Marlow White rack builder for that too.
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