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Page 15 text:
To win the Efficiency Award a Company must have won each of the weekly
military awards, Brigade award, Academic award and two athletic
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The Academic Award is presented to that graduating Company which has
achieved the highest academic average in competition with the other
companies in the Battalion.
Company Guidon -Each company is issued a blue flag with gold numerals
corresponding to the company number. It is carried in front of the company
when in formation. The stars represent awards the company may have won.
Red star-Weekly Military Award Winner, White -Weekly Military Award
Runner-Up, Gold - Brigade Award, Blue - Academic Award.
The Brigade Award is presented to that graduating company having the
highest overall average for the entire competitive period.
The Weekly Military Award is presented to the Company having the highest
weekly average in competition with the other Companies in the Battalion.
Competitive Sports streamers are carried on the Company
Guidon. They represent a Championship in the following events,
Left to right: Red and White-Rope Climb, Blue and Gold-
Athletic Efficiency, White -Volleyball, Blue and White - Swim-
ming Meet, Red - Basketball, Green and White-Track Meet,
Gold-Whaleboat, Blue-Softball, Black and White-Tug-O-War.
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Recruit Training Commander
Presents Brigade Award
ACH FRIDAY AFTERNOON
on Preble Field all graduating
companies participate in their final 1 4
Recruit Brigade Review. Here,
entirely under the command of their
recruit petty officers. the graduating
companies go through the now fami-
liar parade procedures and pass in
review for the last time.
At this Review. the Commanding
Ollicer presents the Brigade, 'Aca-
demic. and possibly the much cov-
eted Elliciency award. to one of the
graduating companies and presents
Honor Certihcates to the Honormen
of each company. Finally the Com-
manding Oflicer or a distinguished
visitor makes the presentation of the
American Spirit Medal to the one
recruit who has been chosen for
One day during the following week
the recruit company will complete
its last day of training. and its
members. having sewn on their
apprentice stripes. will be eligible for
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