Honorable Order of the Rising Eagle USAWOA Professional Excellence Award Medallion Guidance for Wear:
AR 670–1 20–12. Badges authorized for wear on Army uniforms:
d. Badges of civic and quasi-military societies of the United States and international organizations of a military nature. These include badges of organizations originally composed of members who served in a U.S. force during the Revolutionary War; the War of 1812; the Mexican War; the Civil War; the Spanish-American War; the Philippine Insurrection; and the Chinese Relief Expedition of 1900. These also include badges (such as medallions) issued by military (regimental) associations. The badges are worn only while the wearer is attending meetings or functions of such organizations, or on occasions of ceremony (as authorized by the commander). Personnel will not wear these badges to and from such meetings or events. Items must be like those authorized by AR 670–1 and worn in the same manner.
Army Blue Mess or Army white Mess Uniform:
The Honorable Order of the Rising Eagle The USAWOA Professional Excellence Award medallion should be worn with ribbon around the neck, outside the shirt collar and inside the coat collar. The medallion should hang at the full length of the ribbon.
Army Blue, Army White, or Army Green Uniform:
The Honorable Order of the Rising Eagle The USAWOA Professional Excellence Award medallion will hang with ribbon around the neck, outside the shirt collar, and inside the coat collar. The medallion should hang over the four-in-hand necktie near the collar, and above the top bottom of the coat, or just under the bow tie, or neck tab, near the collar and above the top button of the coat. Proper positioning may necessitate pinning the ribbon together approximately three inches from the ribbon ends.
Men should wear the medallion around the neck with the ribbon over the shirt collar and inside the coat collar. Whether worn with bow tie or four-in-hand necktie, the medallion should hang at full length.
The medallion will be worn with the
Rising Eagle USAWOA’s Founding Fathers picture facing out and in full view and the Warrant Officer rank insignias facing the chest. The Honorable Order of the Rising Eagle USAWOA Professional Excellence Award medallion should be worn only at USAWOA functions, such as formal chapter social events during the installation of national, regional or chapter officers or promotion ceremonies where his/her branch attendees are primary audience Warrant Officer Birthday Ball or USAWOA Balls/Banquets (Chapters and National level events). Awardees will not wear The Honorable Order of the Rising Eagle The USAWOA Professional Excellence Award medallion to and from such meetings or events.