Navy Reserve Medal Ribbon
Only awarded from 1938-1958.
The Naval Reserve Medal was a decoration presented by the United States military to recognize members of the U.S. Naval Reserve, associated National Naval Volunteers and local Naval militia units who had served at least 10 years of consecutive service in either active duty, drilling reservist or inactive status. The award was active between September 12, 1938 - September 12, 1958 when it was replaced by the Armed Forces Reserve Medal.