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AWARDS OF MILITARY SOCIETIES AND OTHER ORGANIZATIONS The following organizations issue awards   authorized   for   wear   on   the   naval uniform.   Wear   medals   and   ribbons,   in   the order  earned,  after  all  U.S.  service  awards. Wear   badges,   in   the   order   earned,   after marksmanship badges. Army   and   Navy   Union   of   the   United States American Legion Citizenship and Scholarship Medal Veterans    of    Foreign    Wars    or    other officially recognized Veterans’ Organizations Medical Scientific Societies Naval Reserve Association The Reserve Officers Association (ROA) Wear medals, ribbons, and badges adopted     by     these     societies     only     while actually  attending  meetings  or  conventions or  while   participating   in   parades   or   other ceremonies as a member of these organizations. MANNER OF WEARING AWARDS You   must   wear   medals,   ribbons,   and attachments  on  appropriate  uniforms  and  in the    manner    explained    in    the    following paragraphs. Large Medals Wear    full-size    medals    on    full    dress uniforms. Wear the holding bar of the lowest row  of  medals  approximately  1/4  inch  above the  left  breast  pocket  and  clear  of  the  lapel. Ensure  the  bottoms  of  the  medals  dress  in  a horizontal   line,   as   shown   in   figure   9-17. When  wearing  more  than  one  row,  arrange medals   so   that   no   row   contains   a   lesser number   than   the   row   above   it.   As   far   as possible,  except  for  the  top   row,   wear   the same     number     of     medals     in all rows Figure 9-17.—Proper display of large medals. 9-23

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