Awards

Level 1 Awards
These are the most prestigious awards. They must be nominated by a Sergeant or higher. The Chiefs of Staff must approve the nomination for award to be granted. They are presented by an Officer to an Officer, NCO, or Enlisted of equal or lesser rank.
Medal of Honor The Medal of Honor is the highest award that can be given to a member. To receive this medal, you must risk or give your life (virtually, of course) in the service of BHC while against an enemy action. The deed performed must have been one of personal bravery or self-sacrifice so conspicuous as to clearly distinguish the individual above his or her comrades and must have involved risk of life. Incontestable proof of the performance of the service will be exacted and each recommendation for the award of this decoration will be considered on the standard of extraordinary merit. This award can only be earned during a scheduled clan event, both in clan and outside clan matches, and may be awarded multiple times.
Distinguished Service Cross The Distinguished Service Cross is awarded to a person who, while serving in any capacity with BHC, distinguishes himself or herself by extraordinary heroism not justifying the award of a Medal of Honor; while engaged in an action against an enemy. The act or acts of heroism must have been so notable and have involved risk of life so extraordinary as to set the individual apart from his or her comrades. This award can only be earned during a scheduled clan event, both in clan and outside clan matches, and may be awarded multiple times.
Distinguished Service Medal The Distinguished Service Medal is awarded to any person who, while serving in any capacity with BHC, has distinguished himself or herself by exceptionally meritorious service to the clan in a duty of great responsibility. The performance must be such as to merit recognition for service which is clearly exceptional. Exceptional performance of normal duty will not alone justify an award of this decoration. This award is not only awarded for combat, but meritorious service in any aspect of the clan.
Silver Star The Silver Star is awarded to a person who, while serving in any capacity with BHC, distinguishes himself or herself by extraordinary heroism not justifying the award of a Distinguished Service Cross; while engaged in an action against an enemy. The act or acts of heroism must have been so notable and have involved risk of life so extraordinary as to set the individual apart from his or her comrades. This award can only be earned during a scheduled clan event, both in clan and outside clan matches, and may be awarded multiple times.
Bronze Star The Bronze Star is awarded to a person who, while serving in any capacity with BHC, distinguishes himself or herself by extraordinary heroism not justifying the award of a Silver Star; while engaged in an action against an enemy. The act or acts of heroism must have been so notable and have involved risk of life so extraordinary as to set the individual apart from his or her comrades. This award can only be earned during a scheduled clan event, both in clan and outside clan matches, and may be awarded multiple times.
Purple Heart Awarded to a soldier who is wounded in action and still fulfills his/her duties in combat. For example, in a match when a soldier is terribly wounded (on the verge of death) and the only surviving member of his unit (team), yet overcomes overwhelming odds in order to win the fight. This award can only be earned during a scheduled clan event, both in clan and outside clan matches, and may be awarded multiple times.
Medal of Death Awarded to a soldier who meets all of the following criteria: Shows proficiency in all weapons on the battlefield; Utilizes discarded weapons found on the battlefield and uses them to his/her advantage; Saves soldiers on his/her own team thanks to superior skill in arms; Saves soldiers on his/her own team thanks to superior tactics and teamwork; Excels in teamwork and communication; Most importantly, gets an absurd amount of kills in the line of duty that directly related to an outcome of the battle favorable to BHC troops. This award can only be earned during a scheduled clan event, both in clan and outside clan matches, and may be awarded multiple times.
Level 2 Awards
These awards are nominated by a Sergeant or higher and must be approved by an Officer. They are presented by an NCO or Officer to an Officer, NCO, or Enlisted of equal or lesser rank. *Exceptions, Soldiers' Medal and Medal of Leadership.
Soldiers' Medal Awarded to a soldier who has earned the respect of his/her comrades and serves as a model trooper. This is the only medal awarded to soldiers by their brothers-in-arms. Nominated by any Soldier and must be approved by 2 other Soldiers and supported by an NCO.
Army Commendation Medal Highest award bestowed upon a member without the approval of the Chiefs of Staff. This medal is awarded for acts performed in the line of duty that distinguish a member as brave, honorable, or valorous. Only the best soldiers that exhibit all the ideals of BHC have the potential of receiving this award and only then when in the line of duty (server side).
Good Conduct Medal Awarded for exemplary behavior, efficiency, and fidelity in active BHC military service. It is awarded on a selective basis to a soldier who distinguishes himself from among his/her fellow soldiers by their exemplary conduct, efficiency, and fidelity throughout a specified period of continuous enlisted active BHC service. Awarded to those members who prove to be "model troopers" for their peers and their clan.
Integrity Medal Awarded to a soldier who possesses steadfast adherence to high moral principles or professional standards given by a ranking member; usually officers and above. When a member strictly follows an order, following through to best of their ability and going above and beyond the normal expectations of the order, there is the potential for this medal. Exceptional performance of normal duty will not alone justify an award of this decoration.




Medal of Pride This medal is awarded to anyone who goes well above the call of duty for the clan. This medal is not awarded in combat, but for sacrificing your own time, energy, or money for the benefit of BHC. Map making, skin making, helping with the website are only some examples of how this medal can be awarded. This medal may be awarded multiple times.



Medal of Leadership This prestigious medal is intended to be given to officers and NCOs who have excelled in their duties as leaders. To receive this medal, the officer must exhibit skill in leadership on the battlefield. This includes, but is not limited to, the motivating of soldiers under their command, having and making use of strategy and tactics, putting the safety of their subordinates before their own, and putting the success of a mission before their own personal safety. This award can only be earned during a scheduled clan event, both in clan and outside clan matches, and may be awarded multiple times. In addition, this medal can only be awarded to an officer or NCO by an officer of higher rank, under the approval or at the request of at least 3 enlisted men that served under the leadership of the officer being awarded.



Medal of Bravery This medal is awarded to anyone who exhibits bravery, skill, or exceptional service in the line of fire for BHC and their members. This includes, but is not limited to, saving someone's life, held their station at all costs, obeyed orders that may have lead to their death, etc. This can be awarded multiple times, and does not have to be a scheduled event.



Teamwork Medal Awarded to those members who prove that they live up to the ideals of what this clan is all about - teamwork. Normally awarded to two or more soldiers at a time, this medals is based on the idea that teamwork, tactics and communication can overcome superior firepower or superior numbers. This medal is awarded to soldiers that prove to be excellent examples of "team players" and work with their comrades (teammates) to get a win for the team, not just get the most kills for themselves.
Marksmanship Award Awarded to a member who is extremely proficient in the use of a rifle or sniper rifle. Awarded for actions in battle deserving of recognition for marksmanship. Not a certification award. This can be awarded multiple times, and does not have to be a scheduled event.
R. Lee Ermey Award Bestowed upon members of the Division of Training and Recruitment (Drill Unit) who excel in their duties as a Drill Instructor or Training Instructor.
Veteran's Award Issued to a member who has participated in 20 official BHC matches or events. Can only be issued once. This award MUST be presented by Battalion level staff or higher.
BHC Honored Elite Issued to a member who has participated in 50 official BHC matches or events. Can only be issued once. This award MUST be presented by Battalion level staff or higher.
Level 3 Service Awards
Awarded to a member by his or her CO to recognize continued service to BHC. When presented, a service award replaces any previous service award a member may have.


First Year Service Award First Year Service Awards are awarded every three months during the first year of service.









Annual Service Award Annual Service Awards are awarded yearly on the anniversary of the member's enlistment date.
Military Service Ribbon Awarded to members who have served or are currently serving in a branch of the real world military. This award is given as a "Thank You" for all of the hard work and dedication the recipients have put forth in there time in uniform
Level 3 Certification Awards
Certification awards are presented to a member by a training instructor on completion and passing of a class.
Sharpshooter Awarded to a soldier that has participated in and has passed the Sharpshooter Certification Training.�� The purpose of the training is to improve the accuracy, reconnaissance skills, and tactics that a certified Sharpshooter utilizes.�� Each certified Sharpshooter has been trained to use extreme discpline and patience, but at the same time, accomplish their objectives quickly and efficiently.�� Sharpshooters are trained to eliminate the highest enemy infantry threats their squad or platoon may encounter.
Demolitions Awarded to a soldier that has participated in and has passed the Demolition Certification Training. The purpose of the training is to give the soldier a better understanding of the use of the demolitions available to them. Each soldier holding this certificate has proven themselves to be significantly proficient in the use of all demolition munitions (grenades, satchel charges, and anti-tank weaponry) both in the ability to kill the enemy efficiently, effectively, and quickly and to give themselves a better chance of survival with an enemy regardless of whether that enemy is on foot, hiding in a house, or in some form of armored vehicle.
Medic Awarded to a soldier who has participated in and has passed the Medical Certification Training. The purpose of training is to inform the trainee of real time medical situations, tactics, and maneuvers. Those who carry this medal have shown and proven their skill as a medic. They understand how to use their tools and get to a wounded man fast and efficiently to insure their survival on the field.
Radio Operator Awarded to a soldier that has participated in and has passed the Radio Operators Certification Training. The purpose of the training is to give the soldier the ability, knowledge and tools to effectively communicate orders, intelligence and information across the battlefield quickly and easily. The soldiers who pass this certification will know how to communicate with each other on a tactical net allowing each squad be separated in their own teamspeak channel.
Level 3 Special Awards
OCS Completion Ribbon Awarded to a soldier who has participated in and has passed the military academy Officers Candidate School (OCS) course. This certifies the holder is qualified to attain the rank of lieutenant and above.
NLS Completion Ribbon Awarded to a soldier who has participated in and has passed the NCO Leadership School, this certifies the holder is qualified to reach the rank of CPL.
FLC Completion Ribbon Awarded to a soldier who has participated in and has passed the Fireteam Leadership Certification. This certifies that the holder is qualified to lead a fireteam under the squad leaders direction.
Soldier of the Month Award Awarded to a soldier that has shown dedication to the clan and his fellow clanmates. This award is voted on by the NCO's and Officers of BHC.
Soldier of the Year Award Awarded annually to a single soldier who has distinguished himself to his comrades by exceptional character, sacrifice, and positive attitude in his conduct in active BHC military service over the previous year. The recipient will have earned the highest respect of his comrades, and displays exemplary dedication, devotion, determination, and effort in all his pursuits. Selection and awarding is determined by way of an annual clan-wide nomination and vote.
Level 3 Campaign Ribbons
Campaign ribbons are presented to those members who participated in large scale campaigns, leagues, or events.
TCC World at War 2013 Ribbon Awarded to all members that participated in the TCC World at War league in the summer and fall of 2013, and helped us make it to the finals and ultimatly take 2nd place.
OBL Campaign Ribbon Awarded to all members from both 1st and 2nd Platoons teams that were entered and participated during the campaign in OBL match play in late 2008, early 2009. Each team made their way through weekly matches and come through the playoffs. Congratulations to all for the dedication and teamwork that helped BHC bring home the OBL Championship for the Allied Team.
Tactical Combat League Ribbon Awarded to all members from both 1st and 2nd Platoons teams that were entered and participated during the campaign in TCL match play in 2008. Each team had made their way through round robin matches and come through the playoffs only to find themselves head to head in the finals. Both teams got together shook hands and were ready to play a fun match of COD4. Congratulations to all for the dedication and teamwork that helped BHC bring home the TCL Championship.
Operation Firelight Campaign Ribbon Awarded to all BHC members that were involved in this Clan Scenario. The Scenario involved members from- mainly 1st and 2nd Platoons. 2nd Platoon was charged with hold the castle of Burg and played the Soviet forces. 1st Platoon played the Marine forces. After a fierce down to the wire battle, the Marine forces overwhelmed the Soviets and took the castle. In part two of this series, the roles were reversed. The Soviet forces returned to retake their castle. After another fierce battle, against a Superior Allied presence, the Soviet forces had to retreat. Great job to all BHC!
ETO Operation Market Garden Campaign Ribbon Awarded to all members of BHC that fought for the cause of the Allies in the continental assault of the Axis in Belgium.�� After a very brief struggle, the Axis forces repelled the Allied side.
ETO Operation Sea Lion Campaign Ribbon Awarded to all members of BHC that fought for the cause of the Allies in the defense of the British homeland against the Axis invaders.�� After a brief but intense struggle, the Allies were able to repel the invaders from her home turf.
ETO Operation Overlord Campaign Ribbon Awarded to all members of BHC that fought for the cause of the Allies in the invasion of France via the beaches of Normandy and Calais --- as well as at various paratroop entries on the continent of Europe in an effort to dislodge the Axis horde from France and to finish off the Axis war machine.�� After a prolonged and costly campaign the Allied side was forced to withdraw back to England.
2007 Squad Tournament Champion Ribbon Awarded to all members of the squad that wins the annual "Squad Challenge Tournament".�� This tournament puts to test the principles of superb teamwork and cooperation that stands at the very heart of all BHC teaches.
4 Unit Campaign Ribbon Awarded to those who participated in the series of scrimmages between BHC, 2ndRBn, 1.GJgr, and 3rdID.
2006 New Years Campaign Ribbon Awarded to those who participated in a series of impromptu scrims over the Christmas/New Year 2005/2006 time frame.
Drill Unit Awards
These awards are presented by a senior member of the drill unit.
DaSloth Award Named after the late Mark "DaSloth" Joyce who was awarded an earlier form of this medal and later served in the Division of Training and Recruitment. DaSloth personified attributes such as honor, integrity, loyalty, leadership, and poise. The DaSloth Award is presented to the Recruit who graduates at the top of his/her class and who the Drill Unit believes to live up to these high standards of an exemplary soldier.
Recruitment Medal 1 Issued to a member who has recruited 5 Boot Camp graduates.
Recruitment Medal 2 Issued to a member who has recruited 10 Boot Camp graduates.