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Major General James Earl Rudder Medal

Description

The MAJOR GENERAL JAMES EARL RUDDER MEDAL was established in 1999 and is awarded annually to a serving or former member of the United States Army Reserve who has contributed most to the advancement of the Association’s goal of a seamless and component-integrated Army.

Criteria

  1. Awarded annually to a serving or former member of the United States Army Reserve who has contributed most to the advancement of the Association’s goal of a seamless and component-integrated Army into the current calendar year.
  1. Elected or appointed Federal Government Officials (except Civilian Aides to the Secretary of the Army who have served multiple terms) are deferred from consideration to receive the award while in office.
  2. Members of the AUSA Council of Trustees are deferred from consideration to receive the award while serving as a Trustee.
  3. There is no requirement that those nominated or selected be members of the Association.
  4. Candidate must be present to accept the award at the Association’s Annual Meeting.

 Previous Recipients

1999MG John T. Crowe
2000CSM Collin Younger
2001MG William F. Ward, Jr.
2002LTG Thomas J. Plewes
2003MG Felix Santoni
2004MG William E. Barron
2005MG Herbert Altschuler
2006MG James R. Helmly
2007CW5 James G. Anderson
2008MG Craig Bambrough
2009MG Richard O. Wightman, Jr.
2010MG Alan D. Bell
2011MG Curtis A. Loop
2012LTG Jack C. Stultz
2013CSM W. Douglas Gibbens
2014MG Paul E. Mock
2015MG James M. Collins
2016LTG Jeffrey W. Talley
2017MG Marcia C. Anderson
2018CSM Joseph R. Sweeney