DAFORMS.NET – DA FORM 7015 – Superior Civilian Service Medal – When it comes to military decorations and medals, there are many that are available to service members. The process of earning these medals is not always an easy one. The Superior Civilian Service Medal is just one of the many medals that can be earned, and it is awarded to those who have shown exemplary service to the United States government. In order to qualify for this medal, civilians must have performed their duties in a superior manner, above and beyond what is expected of them.
Download DA FORM 7015 – Superior Civilian Service Medal
|Form Number||DA FORM 7015|
|Form Title||Superior Civilian Service Medal|
|Prescribing Pub||AR 672-20|
|File Size||– KB|
What is a DA FORM 7015?
The DA Form 7015 is the form used to nominate civilians for the Superior Civilian Service Medal. The medal is awarded to civilians who have made significant contributions to the Department of the Army. To be eligible for the award, civilians must have served at least 10 years in a senior position in the Army. The form must be filled out by current or former supervisors, and it requires an extensive amount of information about the nominee, including his or her accomplishments. The DA Form 7015 is not meant to replace a performance appraisal.
Where Can I Find a DA FORM 7015?
The Superior Civilian Service Medal is awarded to civilians who have performed outstanding service to the United States Government in a non-combat capacity. The medal was established by Executive Order 12776, which was signed by President Ronald Reagan on October 18, 1991. The medal is awarded by the Secretary of the Air Force and is limited to no more than 0.5 percent of the civilian workforce employed by the Department of Defense.
DA FORM 7015 – Superior Civilian Service Medal
The DA Form 7015 is used to nominate individuals for the Superior Civilian Service Medal. The medal is awarded to those who have performed exceptionally meritorious service to the Department of the Army in a civilian capacity. The service must be comparable to that which would warrant award of the Legion of Merit to a military member.