The Joint Service Achievement Medal is bestowed as a decoration presented by the United States Secretary of Defense to the officers below grade 0-6 who have performed an exceptional achievement that a Commendation Medal does not recognize. The Medal is bronze with a six-pointed star stacked on top of another with a bald eagle with spread wings holding three arrows with its claw and a shield on its chest.
Joint Service Achievement Medal
$14.00 – $24.00
- Awarded for:
Outstanding achievement or meritorious service in a non-combat capacity while assigned to a joint activity.
- Presented by:
Secretary of Defense or a high-ranking military officer
Any member of the United States Armed Forces, including members of the Reserve Components, who meets the eligibility criteria.
- First awarded: