Air and Space Longevity Service Award
Formerly the Air Force Longevity Service Ribbon (AFLSR)
Criteria: The Air and Space Longevity Service Ribbon (AFLSR) was first created in 1957 by General Thomas D. White as an Air Force equivalent to the other branches service stripes worn on the sleeves of their uniforms. The award is presented to Air Force personnel after completing 4 years of service. Air Reserve and Air National Guard service also qualify as long as it was preformed in a drilling status with regular attendance of weekend drills and annual training.
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