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Aerial Achievement Medal

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Aerial Achievement Medal
AeAMedal.gif
Awarded by the Department of the Air Force[1]
TypeMedal
EligibilityUS military and civilian personnel
Awarded forsustained meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight
StatusCurrently awarded
Statistics
EstablishedSecretary of the Air Force - Feb. 3, 1988
Precedence
Next (higher)Air Medal
Next (lower)Commendation Medals
Aerial Achievement Medal ribbon.svg

Service ribbon

The Aerial Achievement Medal is a decoration of the United States Air Force which was established in 1988. The decoration is intended to recognize the contributions of aircrew members who would, otherwise, not be qualified for the award of the Air Medal.

The decoration is awarded in the name of the Secretary of the Air Force and is presented to members of the United States military or civilian personnel, while serving in a capacity with the U.S. Air Force, who distinguish themselves by sustained meritorious achievement while participating in aerial flight. The achievements must be accomplished with distinction above and beyond that normally expected of professional airmen.[2]

Operators of Unmanned aerial vehicles may receive the award. One was given in 1997 for successfully flying a disabled UAV back to its base.[3] According to a report based on Air Force statistics, from January 2009 to mid-2010 3497 medals were granted to operators, while 1408 more were given to pilots.[4]

The Aerial Achievement Medal may be approved by local commanders; however, the missions for which the decoration is authorized must be approved by a Major Air Force Command.

Minimum requirements for an Aerial Achievement Medal are 20 flights of at least 2 hours with one flight per theater per day. For the basic Aerial Achievement medal, 14 flights may be used. However, if this is the case, then 26 flights must be used for the first Oak Leaf Cluster.

Enlisted personnel receive three (3) promotion points per award.

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Trivia

The Aerial Achievement Medal service ribbon bears a strikingly similar resemblance to the Commonwealth Air Crew Europe Star ribbon bar awarded to personnel of the Commonwealth air crew during 1939 to 1945 who participated in aerial combat missions over occupied Europe prior to June 6, 1944 (I.e., 'D Day'),

References

  1. ^ "Production publication" (PDF). static.e-publishing.af.mil. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2018-01-27. Retrieved 2018-01-10.
  2. ^ Air Force Personnel Center Aerial Achievement Medal Archived 2011-07-15 at the Wayback Machine
  3. ^ "UAV 'pilot' receives air medal".
  4. ^ Harper's Magazine, October 2010, p. 11.

See also

This page was last edited on 24 March 2020, at 20:57
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