Air Force Organizational Excellence Award

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The Air Force Organizational Excellence Award is a unit award of the United States Air Force created by the Secretary of the Air Force on 26 August 1969.wikipedia
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"V" device

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The "V" device (discontinued January 1, 2014) was authorized to be worn for the units participating in combat operations and or direct combat support.
Prior to 1 January 2014, the device was also authorized on Outstanding Unit Awards and Organizational Excellence Awards to indicate the unit participated in direct combat support actions.

Oak leaf cluster

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Additional awards of are denoted by bronze oak leaf clusters worn on the ribbon.

Air Force Outstanding Unit Award

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It now ranks directly below the Meritorious Unit Award, which was established in March 2004, and above the Air Force Organizational Excellence Award in the precedence of Air Force awards and decorations.

Awards and decorations of the United States Air Force

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The Air Force Organizational Excellence Award is a unit award of the United States Air Force created by the Secretary of the Air Force on 26 August 1969.

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The Air Force Organizational Excellence Award is a unit award of the United States Air Force created by the Secretary of the Air Force on 26 August 1969.

List of Major Commands of the United States Air Force

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Examples of eligible organizations are MAJCOM headquarters, Field Operating Agencies, Direct Reporting Units, and other unique unnumbered organizations.

List of United States Air Force Field Operating Agencies

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Examples of eligible organizations are MAJCOM headquarters, Field Operating Agencies, Direct Reporting Units, and other unique unnumbered organizations.

Structure of the United States Air Force

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Examples of eligible organizations are MAJCOM headquarters, Field Operating Agencies, Direct Reporting Units, and other unique unnumbered organizations.

Wing (military aviation unit)

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These are unique unnumbered organizations or activities that perform functions typically fulfilled by numbered wings, groups, or squadrons.

Group (military aviation unit)

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These are unique unnumbered organizations or activities that perform functions typically fulfilled by numbered wings, groups, or squadrons.

Squadron (aviation)

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These are unique unnumbered organizations or activities that perform functions typically fulfilled by numbered wings, groups, or squadrons.

Service ribbon

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The Organizational Excellence Award is presented as a service ribbon only.

36th Intelligence Squadron

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The squadron has earned the Air Force Meritorious Unit Award, the Air Force Outstanding Unit Award, and the Air Force Organizational Excellence Award while stationed at Langley.

Air Force Operational Test and Evaluation Center

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The Air Force Organizational Excellence Award recognizes the achievements and accomplishments of U.S. Air Force organizations or activities.

Mike Hill (politician)

Mike Hill
While serving, Hill received the Air Force Achievement Medal, the Air Force Commendation Medal, the Air Force Organizational Excellence Award, and was named the Armament Division Company Grade Officer of the Year in 1988.