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Ranks and Awards nomination

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US Rank Structure and Awards

Rank Criteria

Private to Private First Class
Attend six US training days and Two Ironfests.
Have at least the basic US kit for either 101st Airborne or 2nd Armoured.
Adhere to Ausreenact’s dress / appearance & behaviour standards.

Private First Class to Corporal.
Attend twelve US training days and four Ironfests.
Have the basic US kit for either 101st Airborne or 2nd Armoured.
Retain and demonstrate basic US drill / commands and field craft.
Adhere to Ausreenact’s dress / appearance & behaviour standards.

Corporal to Sargent.
Attend eighteen US training days and six Ironfests.
Have the basic US kit for either 101st Airborne or 2nd Armoured.
Retain and demonstrate basic US drill / commands and field craft.
Be able to command a squad in basic drill and in the field.
Adhere to Ausreenact’s dress / appearance & behaviour standards.

Sargent to Staff Sargent.
Attend twenty four US training days and eight Ironfests.
Have the basic US kit for either 101st Airborne or 2nd Armoured.
Retain and demonstrate an intermediate knowledge of US drill / commands and field
craft.
Be able to command a squad in basic drill and in the field.
Adhere to Ausreenact’s dress / appearance & behaviour standards.

Staff Sargent to First Sargent.
Attend Thirty US training days and ten Ironfests.
Have the basic US kit for either 101st Airborne or 2nd Armoured.
Retain and demonstrate an advanced knowledge of US drill / commands and field craft.
Be able to command a squad in basic drill and in the field.
Adhere to Ausreenact’s dress / appearance & behaviour standards.

Training days and Ironfests accrue.
Ausreenact conducts an average of three training days per year, and attend
Ironfest each year.
YOU DO NOT NEED TO RESTART YOUR TRAINING DAYS AND
IRONFEST COUNT AT EACH RANK! IT IS A ROLLING COUNTER, THIS
MEANS THAT THE COUNT JUST KEEPS GOING AND GETTING
HIGHER EVERY YEAR. THE MORE YOU PUT IN THE MORE YOU GET

NOTE - You can be eligible for promotion, however promotions will be
dependant on US force requirements and man power.

US Awards and Ribbons
The following awards and ribbons are to be worn only on the Class A uniform.

Presidential Unit Citation.
All members of the 101st Airborne are entitled to wear this Award once they have
completed their basic jump uniform / equipment and their class A uniform.

Jump Wings.
All members of the 101st are entitled to wear jump wings after attending three (3) US
training days. Members must have basic Jump uniform and equipment.

 

German Rank Structure and Awards

Awards of our Unit and Specifications/Criteria

1. Medals/Badges/Awards shall be earned through actions, promotions through leadership.

2. Rank from previous affiliations is subject to Ausreenact leadership's approval. Joining at a later date will not be guaranteed of retention of any prior medals, badges, awards, rank or rate, seniority, or progress there towards.

3. Medals, badges, insignia purchases are the responsibility and prerogative of the individuals who've earned them. Ausreenact leadership with supply certificates at the awards ceremony.

4. All members will only be allowed to wear a maximum of 4 awards on their chest at any one time.

3. Members should only wear the awards/ribbons they are entitled to. New members start with zero awards (unless they relate to point No2)

4. Awards can be retrospective for members of unbroken membership to ausreenact. Each member must apply and state what he/she has attended. 

Cuff Title for LAH only : 1 year of active service, 6 events, at least 4 being a tactical 

Wound Badge, Black : Injuries in the field where a reenactor needed at least 1st Aid



Wound Badge, Silver: Injuries requiring an overnight hospital stay

Tank Destruction Badge, Silver : 1 badge per 2 tank, SPG, or 4 armoured vehicles (one separate days)

Winter Medal : 5 overnight in freezing temperatures counts 1/2 day for inclement weather 8 hours or more rain day in winter. 6 Tacticals where Russians involved

Iron Cross 2nd Class: exceptional and/or distinguished action(s) in combat 
*button hole style if group-awarded, ribbon style if individually-awarded. This will be decided by leadership committee.

Iron Cross 1st Class: rare and decisive action with exceptional merit in or out of tactical combat

*must have 5 + years service with Ausreenact.

Award to be decided by ausreenact leadership.

Anti-Partisan, Bronze: 10 combat days against a respectable Soviet and /or Partisan force.

Infantry Assault Badge silver: any combination of 12 tactical or field training days

Close Combat Clasp: 24 tacticals

War Merit Cross 2nd Class: Exceptional cumulative non-combat contributions to Ausreenact

War Merit Cross 2nd w/Swords: as a second WMC2

War Merit Cross 1st Class: Significantly valuable personal material contribution(s) to Ausreenact

 Driver's Badge, Silver: designated driver of Ausreenact vehicle. This award will be given after a vehicle driver attends 10 tactical events with vehicle and 5 non tactical.

 

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