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    I graduated basic training as a split op and returned to my school and contracted with my ROTC. What ribbon am I authorized to wear? since I only graduated basic training im not sure. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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    It should say on your DD214.

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    • #3
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      The rainbow Army service ribbon.

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      • #4
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        Originally posted by Chaplain4me View Post
        It should say on your DD214.
        He may not have recieved a DD214, if his orders were less than 90 days then he would recieve a DD220 which looks kind of similar.

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          Originally posted by SGT Juggernaut View Post
          He may not have recieved a DD214, if his orders were less than 90 days then he would recieve a DD220 which looks kind of similar.
          Thats true, I asked my unit to see my DD214 and they told me I didn't have one. I don't think I can wear the Army Service Ribbon because I never attended AIT (Contracting with ROTC makes it so I don't have to go) but then again i'm honestly not sure and I don't want to put something on that I haven't earned so i'm probably gonna go without any ribbons to my military ball.

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          • #6
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            Originally posted by ianmull View Post
            Thats true, I asked my unit to see my DD214 and they told me I didn't have one. I don't think I can wear the Army Service Ribbon because I never attended AIT (Contracting with ROTC makes it so I don't have to go) but then again i'm honestly not sure and I don't want to put something on that I haven't earned so i'm probably gonna go without any ribbons to my military ball.
            Exactly. After AIT you get it.

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