Texas Superior Service Medal
|Texas Superior Service Medal|
|Awarded by Texas|
|Eligibility||Awarded to members of the Texas Military Forces or civilians|
|Description||The neck ribbon is green with blue stripes near the outer edges, and three white stars. The medal is bronze in the shape of a star with the word "Joint" in a bar above it. Around the star are the words "Superior Service" and "Texas Military Forces."|
|Next (higher)||Texas Purple Heart Medal|
|Next (lower)||Lone Star Distinguished Service Medal|
Ribbon of the Texas Superior Service Medal
The Texas Superior Service Medal is an award within the Texas Military Forces, within the United States Armed Forces. It is the sixth highest of the military decoration that may be awarded to a member of the Texas Military Forces or civilians.
The Texas Superior Service Medal may be awarded to members of the Texas Military Forces or another officially organized state militia or civilians.
The Texas Superior Service Medal may be awarded to: (A) a member of the state military forces who has: (i) completed 30 or more years of honorable state service or a combination of state and federal service; and (ii) continually demonstrated superior performance and service while assigned to key leadership positions demanding responsibility; or (B) a civilian who has contributed significant service to the state military forces.
- 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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