Homeland Security Distinguished Service Medal

The Homeland Security Distinguished Service Medal is a United States military award which is awarded to any member of the Armed Forces of the United States by the United States Department of Homeland Security. The current version of the medal was established on March 1, 2002.

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... of aeronautical design of high speed commercial aircraft." 1940 The Wright Brothers Medal, presented by SAE for "Rudder control problems on four-engined airplanes." 1956 The Sylvanus Albert. 1958 Elected Distinguished Member of the Jet Pioneers Association of U.S.A ... in America." 1960 The General Hap Arnold Gold Medal, presented by the Veterans of Foreign Wars for "Design of the U-2 high altitude research plane." 1961 Chosen as one of 50 outstanding ...
Homeland Security Distinguished Service Medal - Order of Precedence
... As a distinguished service medal, this decoration is one of the highest awards that can be bestowed upon a member of the U.S ... The award would be worn after the Medal of Honor, Navy Cross, Distinguished Service Cross and Air Force Cross and, for members of the Coast Guard, before ... The medal may be awarded to any member of the Armed Forces of the United States ...

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