CTMD: The Connecticut Medal of Achievement

The Connecticut Medal of Achievement

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The Connecticut Medal of Achievement is a state award issued to members of the Armed Forces of the state who have performed above the standard of their assigned duty position while in the service to the state while on State Active Duty.
Section 27-73g of the Connecticut General Statutes states that The Adjutant General and two officers of field grade or above, appointed by the Adjutant General, shall constitute a board of officers to receive recommendations, through military channels, for the award, within available appropriations, of the medal of achievement to any member of the armed forces of the state who has distinguished himself or herself through outstanding achievement or meritorious service during the performance of any state military service.

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