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Quote from: undefinedh. Certificate of Recognition for Lifesaving. Awarded to members who save a human life, but do not meet the criteria for the Bronze or Silver Medal of Valor. Members who are credited with a save as a result of participation in a blood or organ transport mission will be awarded the basic ribbon. A silver star will be attached to the ribbon in recognition of lifesaving actions other than blood or organ transport. Members who were previously awarded the ribbon for a save other than blood or organ transport should attach a silver star to the ribbon. Subsequent awards are denoted by the addition of bronze or silver clasps to the ribbon. A maximum of three devices (one silver star and two clasps) may be worn. The silver star remains centered on the ribbon. The first clasp is placed on the wearer's left side of the silver star, the second clasp to the wearer's right. When the number of devices exceeds three, a second ribbon is worn to the wearers left of the initial ribbon. The second ribbon counts for one subsequent award. When future awards reduce the devices to a single ribbon the second ribbon is removed. All previous criteria and wear instructions no longer apply.
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