Memory Alpha
Memory Alpha
For the awards nominated and received by Star Trek, please see Star Trek's awards and honors.

The following is a list of decorations, medals, ribbons, and other awards of merit.

Matthew Ryan thought his Nausicaan prisoner would receive a medal when Jonathan Archer brought him back to Nausicaa and decided not to release his hostage. (ENT: "Fortunate Son")

Following a bouncy landing on an asteroid with Shuttlepod 2, Travis Mayweather expressed his hope that Commander Tucker wouldn't add it to his log but Tucker just answered, jokingly, that he would recommend him for a medal. (ENT: "Impulse")

In 2154, Hernandez noted that a World War III epic movie she had seen had won all the awards. (ENT: "Home")

In 2254, Captain Christopher Pike was the most heavily decorated fighting captain in Starfleet. (ST: "Q&A")

Captain Benjamin Maxwell was twice honored with the United Federation of Planets' highest citation for courage and valor for his actions during the Federation-Cardassian War. (TNG: "The Wounded")

As of 2369, William T. Riker had been decorated by Starfleet Command five times. (TNG: "Chain of Command, Part I")

By 2372, Deep Space 9 Chief of operations Miles O'Brien had been decorated fifteen times by Starfleet for his actions in starship combat, a feat that led Ch'Pok to declare him an expert in this area. (DS9: "Rules of Engagement")

Old Earth

An Air Police Sergeant of the United States Air Force, wearing several award ribbons on his uniform


United Federation of Planets


James T. Kirk in the 2260s displaying a variety of Starfleet awards

Klingon awards and commendations

Cardassian awards and commendations

Romulan awards

Other honors

The Christopher Pike Medal of Valor

External link