Colonial Campaigns Club (CCC)

 

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Orders & Medal Regulations


 

1)  The Colonial Campaigns Club awards orders and medals for meritorious service, for contributions to the club life, or for outstanding battlefield performance. Orders and medals are awarded by the Commander-in-Chief of the opposing force to the officers under their command. The administration is taken care of by the CCC staff.

2) All orders and medals are represented by colored ribbons which can be displayed at will on club or army websites.

They are available for download here:
British "official" Ribbons 90x33 (zip archive, 21 KB)
Colonial "official" Ribbons 90x33 (zip archive, 24 KB)
French "official" Ribbons 90x33 (zip archive, 21 KB)
Indian "official" Ribbons 90x33 (zip archive, 21 KB)
Tournament Ribbons 90x33 (zip archive, 6 KB)
Alternate, smaller "textile style" ribbons can be downloaded here:
British "textile style" Ribbons 60x22 (zip archive, 23 KB)
Colonial "textile style" Ribbons 60x22 (zip archive, 22 KB)
French "textile style" Ribbons 60x22 (zip archive, 22 KB)
Indian "textile style" Ribbons 60x22 (zip archive, 23 KB)
The club maintains a website which shows the official version of all ribbons, the regulations, and all recipients of specific medals and decorations, with dates.
3) The clubs awards the following orders and medals (in ascending order):
a. Battlefield Medals

Automatically awarded for any victory in the specified battle with 50% or more of the game turns completed, but only once for the same battle, according to the following list:

French & Indian War

Campaign of 1758, Operations on the St. Lawrence and in Nova Scotia

Louisbourg, all variants

Quebec, b scenario (60), and all variants of the 1758 campaign ('c') battles (191-210)

Montreal, all variants

Isle-aux-Noix, both variants

Fort Levis, all variants

Fort Frontenac, a & c scenarios (11 & 13), and only variants c, f, g of the 1758 campaign ('c') battles (124, 127-128)

Campaign of 1758, Operations for Lake George and Lake Champlain

Fort Edward, c scenario (29 Lake George), and only variants b-i of the 1758 campaign ('c') battles (114-121)

Fort William Henry, all variants

Fort Ticonderoga, d & e scenarios (21-22), and all variants of the 1758 campaign ('c') battle (145-158)

Fort St. Frederick / Crown Point, all variants

Campaign of 1758, Operations in Western New York State

Fort Oswego, b scenario (18), and all variants of the 1758 campaign ('c') battles (135-144)

Western New York, all variants

Albany, all variants

Special Battlefield Medal is awarded:  "Special Battles #1 - A Battle Royale"

Campaign 1776

Major War Battles, 1775/1776/1780

Bunker Hill, all variants

Long Island, all variants

Charleston, all variants

Campaign of 1777, Operations in New York State

Fort Ticonderoga (1777), all variants

First Battle of Saratoga, all variants

Second Battle of Saratoga, all variants

Campaign of 1777, Operations in Pennsylvania

Brandywine, all variants

Germantown, all variants

Valley Forge, all variants

Campaign of 1778

Monmouth, all variants

White Plains, SDC #20

Campaign of 1781, Operations in Virginia

Green Springs Farm, SDC #17

Yorktown, all variants

Special Battlefield Medal is awarded:  "Bloody Tarleton (SDC #8)", "Blue vs. Red", "Kings of the Battlefield", "Roger's Rangers (SDC #6)", "The Long Way Home (SDC #66)", and "The Battle of Pottes (SDC #55)"

War of 1812

Operations on the Niagara, 1813-1814

Niagara, SDC208

Burlington Heights, all variants

Fort George, all variants

Queenston Heights, all variants

Lundy's Lane, all variants

Operations in the Northeast, 1813-1814

Kingston, all variants

Sackett's Harbor, all variants

Plattsburg, all variants

Operations in Maryland, 1814

Bladensburg, all variants

North Point, all variants

Operations in the South, 1814-1815

New Orleans, all variants

Special Battlefield Medal is awarded:  "Cleaning House", "Amos Wars Invasion", "Amos Wars Big", and "1814 Showdown"

Mexican-American War

Operations in Mexico, 1846-1848

Monterrey, only 13-14

Buena Vista, only 18-21

Cerro Gordo, only 23-27

Contreras & Churubusco, only 35-36

Mexico City, only 38-39

 

Special Battlefield Medal is awarded:  None at this time.

b. Battlefield Completion Medal
Automatically awarded for any 50 complete games, win or lose.  (Battles Only)
c. Campaign Medal
Automatically awarded for either one victory in the "1758" campaign of  the French and Indian War (#2), the "American Revolution" campaign of Campaign 1776 (#1), or the "War of 1812" campaign of the War of 1812 (#4), or any full campaign in the Birth of America series (100+ turns), or the "Mexican-American War" campaign of the Mexican-American War (#1) with 2 battles minimum; OR for three campaign victories in the FIW, 1776, 1812, or MAW games. In at least one battle in the campaign 50% of the game turns have to be completed for the campaign to count towards a campaign medal.
d. Meritorious Service Medal
Awarded by the Commander-in-Chief for meritorious service. Division and Corps Commanders can suggest candidates. Awarded only once.
e. Distinguished Training Service Medal
Awarded by the Commanding Officer of the Training Centre for 10 recruits successfully trained. Awarded only once.
f. Distinguished Service Medal
Awarded by the Commander-in-Chief for continuous, reliable service (usually at least six months) in a minor staff position, or an outstanding single contribution to the club life, or outstanding battlefield exploits over a certain time. Awarded only once.
g. Outstanding Training Service Medal
Awarded by the Commanding Officer of the Training Centre for 25 recruits successfully trained, or for other outstanding contributions to the CCC Training Centre. Awarded only once.
h. Outstanding Service Medal
Awarded by the Commander-in-Chief for continuous, reliable service (usually at least one year) in a more responsible staff or command position, or continuous outstanding contributions to the club life, or continuous outstanding battlefield exploits, or any other outstanding service short of the one required for the Orders of the Bath, Franklin, Washington, Lafayette, and Tecumseh. Awarded only once.
i. Orders of the Bath, Franklin, Lafayette, Washington, and Tecumseh
Awarded by the Commander-in-Chief for outstanding service in the army. This may include extraordinary battlefield achievements, as well as outstanding service in command or staff positions, or for the club, or a combination of all these, at the discretion of the CiC. The club cabinet can suggest candidates.

These highest decorations are awarded as follows:

British Army: Order of the Bath

Colonial Army, 1776: Order of Franklin

American Army, 1812: Order of Washington

French Army: Order of Lafayette

Indian Alliance: Order of Tecumseh


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Last Updated:  July 4, 2013