Medals and Awards
Medals can be awarded to Central Aid Agency personnel for exemplary service, outstanding conduct, and for specific instances of bravery and heroism. Medals come in two forms: Citations and Commendations. Citations cite the conduct of a specific event, while Commendations refer to general conduct over an extended period. Personnel can be awarded multiples of the same type of medal, when this occurs it is demonstrated by the wear of appurtenances on the medal ribbon. Medals can be worn as either the full medal, or as an enamel ribbon. When worn, medals and medal ribbons are worn on the wearer's left chest directly below the ID tapes.
Board Level Awards
C.A.A. Medal of Honor (Posthumous)
Awarded posthumously to the family or next of kin of any C.A.A. personnel who were killed in the actions that led them to be issued the C.A.A. Medal of Honor. The C.A.A. Medal of Honor is awarded for conspicuous and selfless gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life or injury above and beyond the call of duty.
C.A.A. Medal of Distinguished Service
The Medal of Distinguished Service is awarded to personnel who embody the true spirit of the Central Aid Agency. By demonstrating excellence above and beyond the call of duty in their actions, willingness to serve, leadership, or professionalism, they have distinguished themselves as being exceptional in their service to the C.A.A.
Command Level Awards
Sector Level Awards
Distinguished Volunteer Service Commendation
Awarded yearly to the volunteer person with the most hours logged in that Sector in the previous year.
Awarded to any personnel in recognition of outstanding volunteer service that goes above and beyond the expectations or requirements of a particular role, rank, or position.
Civilian Service Commendation
Awarded yearly to the volunteer person with the most Sector Points earned in that Sector in the previous year.
Awarded to any personnel in recognition of outstanding or exemplary actions in service to the community or the Community Service mission.
Awarded by the C.A.A. in recognition of outstanding actions or service by non-rated personnel or civilians that benefited the C.A.A. or assisted in the mission.
Issued for each consecutive instance that a medal that is awarded. Worn on medal ribbons.