Navy Reserve Sea Service Deployment Ribbon
Criteria: 24 months of cumulative service embarked on Naval Reserve vessels or an embarked Reserve unit.
Devices: Bronze, Silver Star
The Navy Reserve Sea Service Ribbon was created in May 1986 and is awarded to any member of the U.S. Navy Reserve who, while serving as a drilling reservist, completes twenty-four cumulative months of duty on board a U.S. Navy Reserve Ship.
The term “Navy Reserve Ship” refers to any self-propelled Navy Reserve ship, boat, or craft operated under the operational control of fleet or type commanders.