Ribbons - Order of Precedence
Army Sea Duty Ribbon


Description

The ribbon is 1 3/8 inches in width. It is composed of the following vertical stripes: 3/32 inch Navy Blue 67179, 5/32 inch Scarlet 67111, 5/32 inch Old Gold 67105, 3/32 inch Teal Blue 67121, 1/8 inch Grotto Blue 67165, 3/64 inch Soldier Red 67157, 1/32 inch Old Gold 67105, 3/64 inch Soldier Red 67157, 1/8 inch Grotto Blue 67165, 3/32 inch Teal Blue 67121, 5/32 inch Old Gold 67105, 5/32 inch Scarlet 67111, and 3/32 inch Navy Blue 67179.


Components

Ribbon. MIL-D-11589/603. (There is no medal for this ribbon).


Criteria

See Army Regulation 600-8-22, Military Awards.


Background

a. On 17 April 2006, the Principal Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Army (Manpower and Reserve Affairs) approved the establishment of the ASDR. It is awarded to members of the Active Army, Army National Guard (ARNG), and United States Army Reserve (USAR) for completion of designated periods of sea duty abroad Class A and Class B United States Army Vessels (USAV) as defined in AR 56-9, Table 1-1. The ADSR is also authorized to be awarded for duty aboard qualifying vessels when the vessels meet the requirements of AR 600-88, paragraph 1-7.

b. Permanent orders will not be issued to announce award of the ASDR.

c. In order of precedence the ASDR will be worn after the Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal.






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