Our personals community is a source for creating relationships ranging from companionship to friendship, romance to marriage.Military singles enjoy chat rooms, message boards, photo personals, a photo gallery, anonymous private mailboxes, and much more.Military Spot Personals is designed for military active duty, reserve and single military veterans of the U. This is the perfect place for military singles, friends and admirers to talk about military issues, relationships, cultures, religions, work, sports, lives and more! Joining our service makes you a member of one of the world’s largest network dating sites. Military also recommends the following dating services: Military Friends This is an exclusive online community to help members from Army, Navy, Marines, Air Forces, Coast Guard, Police Forces and Firefighters, as well as civilians find old buddies, make new friends, and build lasting relationships.A sailor in the Navy received a new Good Conduct Medal for each honorable enlistment completed.
Navy's variant of the Good Conduct Medal was established in 1869, the Marine Corps version in 1896, the Coast Guard version in 1923, the Army version in 1941, and the Air Force version in 1963; the Air Force Good Conduct Medal was temporarily discontinued from February 2006 to February 2009, followed by its subsequent reinstatement.
The quality of members here far exceeds other sites.” Military Spot Personals Home – Click Here!
Search profiles – Browse users – Check news – Send winks – Post forums – Check mails – Create blogs – Chat online – Create your friends’ circle Largest Military Singles Club – the dedicated dating site for military singles and friends.
The Good Conduct Medal may also be awarded posthumously, to any service member killed in the line of duty.
Service for the Good Conduct Medal must be performed on active duty; with two exceptions, it is not awarded to enlisted members of the military reserve components, to include the Army National Guard and Air National Guard, for inactive part-time (e.g., "drilling") reserve duty or Army Reserve Technician or Air Reserve Technician (ART) status, although enlisted reservists and national guardsmen are eligible if they complete sufficient active service via mobilization to active duty Two exceptions: (1) This restriction does not apply to full-time active duty enlisted members in the Reserve Component, such as Army and Air Force personnel in an Active Guard and Reserve (AGR) status, Navy personnel in a Full Time Support (FTS), previously known as Training & Administration of the Reserve (TAR), and Marine Corps Active Reserve (AR) programs.