The Air Force Longevity Service Ribbon was established by Air Force Chief of Staff General Thomas D. White and promulgated by Air Force General Orders Number 60, November 25, 1957.
This ribbon has been made retroactive without restriction.
The Air Force Longevity Service Ribbon is awarded to military members of the Air Force who complete four years of honorable active or reserve military service (including service with other components).
ORDER OF PRECEDENCE
The Air Force Longevity Service Ribbon is worn after the Air Force Expeditionary Ribbon and before the Military Training Instructor Ribbon.
The Air Force Longevity Service Ribbon may not be worn on the Army, Navy, or Coast Guard uniforms.
Additional awards are denoted by bronze oak leaf clusters (a silver oak leaf cluster denotes a sixth award).