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Armed Forces Reserve Medal
also called Armed Forces Reserve Ribbon

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  1. a military decoration of the United States Armed Forces which has existed since 1953

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  2. The decoration recognizes service performed by the Reserve and National Guard forces of the United States of America

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  3. This service may be cumulative, provided that the combined ten years of service was performed over a period of twelve consecutive years

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  4. To be awarded the Armed Forces Reserve Medal, a service member must complete a total of ten years service as a member of a Reserve or National Guard component of the United States military

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  5. AFRMedal
    AFRMedal

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  6. Voluntary recalls to active duty are not counted within the ten years of service nor is service within the inactive reserves (IRR)

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