The Coast Guard Achievement Medal may be awarded to all members of the Coast Guard, including the reserves, as well as to members of other branches of the Armed Forces when serving with Coast Guard units. It is given for professional or leadership achievement in either peacetime or combat situations.
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Coast Guard Achievement Medal
Following the lead of the “Secretary of the Navy Commendation for Achievement with Ribbon” in 1961, (subsequently designated the Navy Achievement Medal), the Secretary of the Treasury established a similar ribbon for Coast Guard personnel on January 29, 1964. The ribbon was formally redesignated as the Coast Guard Achievement Medal on June 11, 1968.