National Intelligence Distinguished Public Service Medal
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The National Intelligence Distinguished Public Service Medal was established by the Director of National Intelligence on October 1, 2008. The Gold Medal is awarded to non-Federal government employees or private citizens in recognition of distinguished service provided to the Intelligence Community. Qualifying service may include service involving a personal sacrifice or which was motivated by patriotism, good citizenship, or public responsibility.
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Obv: OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF NATIONAL INTELLIGENCE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA Rev: FOR EXTRAORDINARY CONTRIBUTIONS IN SUPPORT OF THE INTELLIGENCE COMMUNITY
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