The Army Achievement Medal is given to the officers whose pay grade is between 0-4 and below and also to those who are enlisted as service members below the grade of E-7. The AAM is the United States Army Specific Achievement Medal. The AAM can be granted for non-combat meritorious service. The AAM is octagonal in shape and features weaponry, flags, and a scroll.
Army Achievement Medal
$12.00 – $16.00
- Awarded for:
Meritorious service or achievement in a non-combat capacity while performing duties in a responsible and highly professional manner.
- Presented by:
Commanding Officer or other high-ranking official
Any member of the United States Army, including members of the Reserve Components, who meets the eligibility criteria.
- First awarded: