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Order of Saint Martin Award – Recipients

Ancient Order Saint Martin Award

Open to only a select few, the Ancient Order of Saint Martin is established to recognize those who have rendered conspicuous, long-term service. Recipients have so singularly distinguished themselves as contributors to the Quartermaster Corps that they have few peers.

Possible recipients may be nominated by any Quartermaster General, any Command Sergeant Major serving at the General Officer Level, or any SES. The awarded are chosen by the unanimous approval of The Quartermaster General, The Regimental Command Sergeant Major, and The Honorary Colonel, Warrant Officer, and Sergeant Major of the Regiment and the AQM National Board.

Recipients will be awarded a gold medallion with a ribbon, a certificate.  It is awarded annually at the Quartermaster School Regimental Birthday and Founder’s Day Ball.

Distinguished Order of Saint Martin

The Distinguished Order of Saint Martin is presented to senior field grade officers, Command Sergeants Major and Sergeants Major, and DA Civilians who have made significant contributions to the Quartermaster Corps. It is intended to recognize those elite few whose careers have embodied the spirit, dignity, and sense of sacrifice and commitment epitomized by Saint Martin.

Anyone may nominate a possible recipient. Final approval is made by The Quartermaster General upon signature of the certificate.

Recipients will be awarded a silver medallion with a ribbon and a certificate. It is presented by the nominator, usually at an official Quartermaster function.

Distinguished list – DISTAPR19.pdf (updated April 2019)

Honorable Order Recipients

To qualify for the Honorable Order, nominees must have demonstrated the highest standards of integrity and moral character. They must also have displayed an outstanding degree of professional competence, served the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps with selflessness, and contributed to the promotion of the Quartermaster Corps in ways that stand out in the eyes of the recipient’s seniors, subordinates, and peers.

Anyone may nominate a possible recipient. The award packet must be approved/signed by the first Quartermaster Colonel Commander or the 0-6 in the recipients chain of command.

Recipients will be awarded a bronze medallion with a ribbon and a certificate. It is presented by the nominator, usually at an official Quartermaster function.

Honorable list – HONORMAY19.pdf