Philippine Republic Presidential Unit Citation
|Philippine Republic Presidential Unit Citation
(ribbon with gold frame)
Similar to the Barangay PRPUCB.
|Awarded by The Republic of the Philippines|
|Eligibility||Military Personnel and Police Personnel|
|Awarded for||Meritorious Achievement|
|Description||The badge is a rectangular metal plate with three enamel colored stripes and bordered with a golden frame ornamented with a balloon and palm leaves with the tips of the leaves meeting in the center. The color at the dexter flank is blue; the center, white; and at sinister flank, red.|
|Next (higher)||Philippine Liberation Medal|
|Next (lower)||Long Service Medal|
|Related||Presidential Unit Citation (US), Presidential Unit Citation|
The Philippine Presidential Unit Citationis a unit decoration of the Republic of the Philippines. It has been awarded to certain units of the United States military for actions both during and subsequent to the Second World War.
The badge was first created in 1946 and retroactively awarded to any unit of the Philippine or U.S. military which had served in the defense or liberation of the Philippine Islands during World War II. It was bestowed again to Philippine and U.S. military units for relief efforts during several natural disasters which occurred in the Philippines during 1 August to 15 December 1970 (a series of typhoons) and 21 July to 15 August 1972 (monsoon rains and associated floods).
In February 2005, President Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo bestowed the unit award to those members of Joint Task Force 510 & Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines, serving between 31 January 2002 and 31 July 2002 in support of RP-US Exercise Balikatan 02-1 in Southern Mindanao. JTF-510/JSOTF-Philippines aimed at reducing the threats of terrorism and provided assistance with training, socio-economic activities and civil engineering projects, particularly in Basilan and Zamboanga City (Ref: RP General Order No. 146, dated 2 Feb 05, Subj: Award of the Philippine Republic Presidential Unit Citation Badge).
- Awards and decorations of the Armed Forces of the Philippines
- Presidential Unit Citation (United States)
- Presidential Unit Citation (Vietnam)
- Republic of Korea Presidential Unit Citation
- The AFP Adjutant General, Awards and Decorations Handbook, 1997, OTAG, p. 65.
- The AFP Adjutant General, Awards and Decorations Handbook, 1995, 1997, OTAG.
- Decorations and Medals of the Philippines
-  Navy and Marine Corps Awards Manual
-  Secretary of the Navy Instruction for awards
- Institute of Heraldry Philippine Presidential Unit Citation
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