Texas Homeland Defense Service Medal
|Texas Homeland Defense Service Medal|
|Awarded by Texas|
|Eligibility||Awarded to members of the Texas Military Forces|
|Description||The ribbon drape is of green, yellow and blue stripes. The medal is a white star within a circle of gold. On the gold circle are the words "Texas Homeland Defense Service Medal" and on the star is the image of the Lexington Minuteman Captain John Parker.|
Texas Homeland Defense Service Ribbon
The Texas Homeland Defense Service Medal may be awarded to members of the Texas Military Forces.
The Texas Homeland Defense Service Medal shall be awarded to any member of the state military forces who served: (A) on or after September 11, 2001; (B) on state active duty or active duty under state authority in accordance with Title 32 of the United States Code; and (C) satisfactorily in defense support to a mission in the state under civilian authority.
- Descriptions of various Texas awards including photos. The excerpts taken from sections of TARNG Reg 672-1, TANG 900-10, TSG Reg 672-1 1, September 1987, [Sect II, 1-8 through 29-5] are indicated by the retention of the regulation chapter and section number
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