Military Awards

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Awards

These awards are the military commendations the New Republic can grant a sentient being.

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Miscellaneous Decorations

These awards are the various Military Awards.

Republic Heart
Awarded to officers who, while performing their duties, come to harm through enemy action.
Military Officer of the Month Award
Awarded every month to an officer that is considered by High Command to have excelled in their work over the previous month.

Operational Ribbons

Officers, Reservists, and Civilians who participate in operations qualify for additional kinds of ribbons, indicating often the specific operation and special types of operations.


Specific Operational Awards

Non Specific Operational Awards


If an officer receives additional awards of the same type, this is indicated by adding a bronze star for each additional award.


Skill Badges: (Optional)

Military Officers and Reservists may additionally automatically qualify to wear appropriate skill badges if their skill is great enough. Officers who possess high skill levels (4 or 5) while in military service are entitled to wear the appropriate ribbon. Skills earned after the end of military service are not applicable.

Rather than being given out, one qualifies to wear them by having an appropriately high level of skill. Expert requires level 4; Master, 5. See the ribbon definitions for which skills qualify for which badge. Only the highest for which an officer has qualified of each type is worn. They are optional, as some may wish to keep their skills discrete.*


Expert Marksman Expert Pilot Expert Medical Officer Expert Gunner Expert Leader Expert Survivalist
Expert Marksman (Military) Expert Pilot (Military) Expert Medical Officer (Military) Expert Gunner (Military) Expert Leader (Military) Expert Survivalist (Military)
Master Marksman Master Pilot Master Medical Officer Master Gunner Master Leader Master Survivalist
Master Marksman (Military) Master Pilot (Military) Master Medical Officer (Military) Master Gunner (Military) Master Leader (Military) Master Survivalist (Military)
Expert/Master Marksman
To qualify to wear the Expert or Master Marksman badge, one must have level 4 or 5, respectively, in Dexterity AND a minimum level of 3 in in any of the following skills: Projectile Weapons, Heavy Weapons, Non-Projectile Weapons. (Individuals who earned the badge under the previous Marksman skill badge may elect to continue wearing their badge. IE: Previous version: 4 or 5 in Weapons Skills and minimum of 3 in Dexterity)
Expert/Master Pilot
To qualify to wear the Expert or Master Pilot badge, one must have level 4 or 5, respectively, in any of the following skills: Fighter/Freighter Piloting, Capital Ship Piloting, Vehicle Piloting.
Expert/Master Medical Officer
To qualify to wear the Expert or Master Medical Officer badge, one must have level 4 or 5, respectively, in any of the following skill: Medical Treatment.
Expert/Master Gunner
To qualify to wear the Expert or Master Gunner badge, one must have level 4 or 5, respectively, in any of the following skills: Fighter/Freighter Combat, Capital Ship Combat, Vehicle Combat.
Expert/Master Leader
To qualify to wear the Expert or Master Leader badge, one must have level 4 or 5, respectively, in any of the following skills: Space Command, Infantry Command or Vehicle Command.
Expert/Master Survivalist
To qualify to wear the Expert or Master Survivalist badge, one must have a combined level of 7/8 or 9/10, respectively, in any two of the following skills: Strength, Perception, Dodge, Stealth or Speed.
  • Proof of skill level must be provided prior to these badges being displayed.

Basic Ribbons

These ribbons are worn in some form by all officers who have commenced active duty. All officers have a similar first (bottom) row of ribbons. In this bottom row, the right ribbon indicates that the officer has qualified for a commission. The middle ribbon indicates the officer's military command or the civilian ribbon. The left ribbon indicates the length of service of military service of the officer and is replaced when the officer qualifies for a new one. Once an officer leaves the military, his or her ribbons remain static and are not updated with additional years of service or skills.

Service Command Training
< 1 Year 1 Year Army Basic Training
0 Year Military Service 1 Year Military Service Army Command Training
2 Year 3 Year Navy Field Training Exercise
2 Year Military Service 3 Year Military Service Navy Command FTX
4 Year 5+ Year SFC Space Training Excercise
4 Year Military Service 5 Year Military Service SFC Command STX
10+ Year Field & Space Training Excercise
10 Year Military Service FSTX