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Chapter 41

< > Effective - 30 Apr 1982, 2 histories, see footnote    bottom

  41.580.  Long service ribbon. — 1.  Any person who is now or may hereafter become a member of the organized militia, and who has served at least ten years as such, may be designated by the adjutant general of Missouri, with the approval of the governor, as entitled to a ribbon for long and faithful service to be known as the "long service ribbon", provided such service need not be continuous and service rendered in any of the Armed Forces of the United States as a result of or in connection with membership in the organized militia of Missouri shall be considered as a part of such service.  Long service ribbons shall be of such form and design as may be selected by the adjutant general of the state and shall be authorized ten, fifteen, and twenty years' service.

  2.  A hawthorn cluster to conform to the official floral emblem of this state to be worn on the long service ribbon shall be awarded as follows:  A bronze cluster for twenty-five years' service, a silver cluster for thirty years' service and a gold cluster for thirty-five years' service or more.


(RSMo 1939 § 15081, A.L. 1951 p. 654 § 80, A.L. 1982 S.B. 715)

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