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Possible RTC Awards/Flags

 

RTC Flags and Awards

 

At each Pass-In-Review, the six recipients of awards will be announced. The Award Winners are chosen among recruits who go before a board of RTC personnel for inspection and questions. RTC sends a letter to a recruit's home of record to inform families that their recruit has earned an award and received special recognition at graduation.

 

The following is a description of the six awards:

 

NAVY CLUB OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY EXCELLENCE AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit who best exemplifies the qualities of enthusiasm, devotion to duty, military appearance and behavior, self-discipline and teamwork. This is the #1 award a recruit can earn.

 

NAVY LEAGUE AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit whose enthusiasm, supportive attitude, and willingness to help others during their training period exceeded Navy training standards.

 

MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit whose meritorious performance in recruit training demonstrated exceptional professionalism, maturity, integrity and leadership.

 

MILITARY ORDER OF THE WORLD WARS OF AWARD OF MERIT: Presented to the graduating recruit whose meritorious performance in recruit training demonstrated motivation and dedication to duty.

 

UNITED SERVICES ORGANIZATION SHIPMATE AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit whose enthusiasm, supportive attitude and willingness to help others during their training period exceeded Navy training standards.

 

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit who maintained the highest academic and assessment standards throughout all phases of training. Awarded after closeout of test two.

 

Possible RTC Flags:

 

Hall of Fame Flag - Overall average of 4.70 or higher. Must have earned all evaluation flags (including subsequent awards).
 

CNO Honor Division Flag - Overall average of 4.50 or higher. Must have earned at least ONE flag in each evaluated area.
 

Battle "E" Flag - Overall average of 4.35 or higher. Must have earned at least ONE flag in each evaluated area.
 

Compartment Readiness (STAR) Flag - Awarded for obtaining a 4.0 average in compartment cleanliness, locker inspections and bunk make up inspections.
 

Drill Flag - Awarded for receiving a 4.0 or higher on drill assessment.
 

Physical Fitness (A) Flag - Awarded for receiving a 3.50 on first physical assessment and a 4.0 or higher on second assessment.
 

Scholastic (S) Flag - Awarded to divisions which receive a minimum of 4.0 on academic test.
 

Captain's Cup Olympics Flag - Awarded to the division who wins most events during Olympic Competition. Special Flags- Carried by ceremonial units (900's) or sponsored divisions.
 

Personal Flag - Flag which is designed by the division.

 

And the Color Company flag..the one most coveted.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comment by NavyDads Admin (Paul) on August 26, 2015 at 11:44am

Always assume no news is good news and proceed with plans unless you are told otherwise. It's tough but it's the way it is... they will do everything they can to help him pass the test but in the end it's up to him to pass the test- the fear of failure is the death of success

Comment by Frank Cintron on August 26, 2015 at 11:39am

I just got my acceptance! Yahoo!!. i want to ask this question that I am grappling with. My son is in o6 300 pir 9/11/15. He has shown in his letter his dimay at not passing prone swimming test. He said he has til week 6 to do so. In the next letter we got he indicated when he was to be at pool for training his Yeoman couldnt locate his file so he missed that opportunity. WE have the greatest expectation that he will graduate. The not knowing if he passed or not is extremely disconcerting to us as we have ordered tickets and lodging for the event, now not knowing yes he will gradute? or not? we are in limbo for changing the date for the tickets and at what cost. We found out that refundable tickets are way more expensive, so we did not get those. We were told by some of Navy  moms that no news is good news. and that by week 6? if no call to let us know he will not pir on time then he will.?? Pleas, would like to hear from some of the experiences any of you dads may have had and how can we try to cope with this unknown?. My so has done well in all inspections tests etc. except this Prone swimming test. How has your experience with this concluded? My son wants to make the Navy a career and this setback seems to be working on him. We have sent many letters of encouragement, how long will the Navy allow for him to  pass this test after he gets set back???? I know this is long story but it is important for us to get your imput. All will be appreciated.

Comment by NavyDads Admin (Paul) on March 12, 2015 at 8:19pm

HONOR RECRUITS — Each division votes for the recruit they believe best represents their division; someone who may have assisted them the most or displayed the most military bearing.

AWARD WINNERS — At each Pass-In-Review, the six recipients of awards will be announced and introduced to the guests. The Award Winners are chosen among recruits who go before a board of RTC personnel for inspection and questions. Award Winners and their families also are invited to a post-graduation reception immediately following the graduation ceremony.

The six awards include:

NAVY CLUB OF THE UNITED STATES MILITARY EXCELLENCE AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit who best exemplifies the qualities of enthusiasm, devotion to duty, military appearance and behavior, self-discipline and teamwork. This is the highest award a recruit may earn.

NAVY LEAGUE AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit whose enthusiasm, supportive attitude, and willingness to help others during their training period exceeded Navy training standards.

MILITARY OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF AMERICA AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit whose meritorious performance in recruit training demonstrated exceptional professionalism, maturity, integrity and leadership.

MILITARY ORDER OF THE WORLD WARS AWARD OF MERIT: Presented to the graduating recruit whose meritorious performance in recruit training demonstrated motivation and dedication to duty.

ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit who maintained the highest academic and assessment standards throughout all phases of training.

UNITED SERVICES ORGANIZATION SHIPMATE AWARD: Presented to the graduating recruit whose enthusiasm, supportive attitude and willingness to help others during their training period exceeded Navy training standards.

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