Nevada Military Affairs and Civil Emergencies
Sec. § 412.1555
Nevada War on Terrorism Medal: Creation; award; duties of Office; regulations.


1.

There is hereby created the Nevada War on Terrorism Medal.

2.

The Office shall award the Nevada War on Terrorism Medal to:

(a)

A member of the Reserves who is a resident of this State or a member of the Nevada National Guard who:

(1)

Is called into active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States on or after September 11, 2001, in support of the global war on terrorism; and

(2)

Serves on state active duty status or pursuant to Title 10 or 32 of U.S.C.

(b)

A civilian employee of a state or local governmental agency or the Nevada National Guard who, during the course of employment, provides services in support of the global war on terrorism and who qualifies for the medal pursuant to criteria established by the Office pursuant to subsection 3.

3.

The Office shall:

(a)

Establish a suitable design for the medal, including a ribbon, badge or other insignia to be worn with or in place of the medal.

(b)

Procure the manufacture of the medal, ribbon, badge or other insignia.

(c)

If the recipient is a member of the Nevada National Guard, ensure that award of the medal is properly reflected in the service records of the recipient.

(d)

Establish procedures to identify members of the Reserves entitled to award of the medal.

(e)

Adopt regulations to carry out the provisions of this section. The regulations must include, without limitation:

(1)

Rules for wearing the medal, ribbon, badge or other insignia with the uniform of the Nevada National Guard;

(2)

Provisions for the posthumous award of a medal; and

(3)

Criteria for determining those persons who are entitled to an award of the medal.

4.

As used in this section, Reserves means the Air Force Reserve, Army Reserve, Coast Guard Reserve, Marine Corps Reserve and Navy Reserve.
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