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Iraq Campaign Medal (ICM)



Entry Last Edited: 11/30/-0001 | Content ©www.MilitaryRibbons.Info

Ribbon Image:
Color image of the Iraq Campaign Medal military award ribbon
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Year Authorized:
2004


General Description:
Authorized on November 29th, 2004 under Public Law 108-234 and Executive Order 13363 (EO13363). Medal depicts sandy color at center bookended by thick black stripes. The edges of the ribbon has similarly thick red stripes with inboard white stripes divided evenly by a thin green stripe.


Award Criteria (as Officially Detailed by the United States Armed Services):
"Eligibility for the ICM requires service members to have served in direct support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. The period of eligibility is on or after March 19, 2003, to a future date to be determined by the Secretary of Defense or the cessation of OIF. Service members qualified for the Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal by reasons of service between March 19, 2003 and Feb. 28, 2005, in an area for which the ICM was subsequently authorized, shall remain qualified for that medal. Upon application, any such service members may be awarded the ICM in lieu of the GWOT-E for such service. No service members shall be entitled to both medals for the same deployment, action, achievement, or period of service. Service members must have been assigned, attached, or mobilized to units operating in the area of eligibility for 30 consecutive days or for 60 non-consecutive days or meet one of the following criteria: -Be engaged in combat during an armed engagement, regardless of the time in the area of eligibility -While participating in an operation or on official duties, is wounded or injured and requires medical evacuation from the area of eligibility -While participating as a regularly assigned aircrew member flying sorties into, out of, within or over the area of eligibility in direct support of the military operations; each day of operations counts as one day of eligibility The ICM may be awarded posthumously. Each military department will prescribe the appropriate regulations for administrative processing, awarding, and wearing of the ICM, ribbon and appurtenances. Only one award of the ICM may be authorized for any individual. In April 2008, the DOD authorized campaign stars to recognize service members for participating in the following campaigns: -Liberation of Iraq: March 19, 2003 May 1, 2003 -Transition of Iraq: May 2, 2003 June 28, 2004 -Iraqi Governance: June 29, 2004 Dec. 15, 2005 -National Resolution: Dec. 16, 2005 Jan. 9, 2007 -Iraqi Surge: Jan. 10, 2007 Dec. 31, 2008 -*Iraqi Sovereignty: Jan. 1, 2009 Aug. 31, 2010 -**New Dawn: Sept. 1, 2010 Dec. 31, 2011 Note: * Single asterisk identifies a new closure date of inclusive period; ** Double asterisk identifies new campaign periods."


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beige    tan    black    green    red    united states    usaf    usmc    usn    uscg    usarmy    iraq    iraqi freedom    war on terror



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