Below are listed the awards currently attainable by members of Panzergrenadier Division Großdeutschland:
|Img||Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross||Awarded to recognize extreme acts of service, or to recognize continuing invaluable service to the team both on and off the field. This is the highest award available to team members, and is awarded in four grades. (KC, KC with Oak Leaves, KC with Oak Leaves and Swords, KC with Oak Leaves, Swords and Diamonds)|
|Img||Iron Cross||Awarded to recognize acts of service, or to recognize continuing valuable service to the team on the field. Awarded in two grades. (First class and Second class)|
|Img||Long Service Award||Awarded for members in good standing that have served 12 consecutive months or longer with the team in the periods of either 1999-2015 or 2016-present.|
|Img||GD Cuff Title||Awarded to squad members that progress past their initial probationary period as a recruit to become fully-recognized members of Großdeutschland.|
|Img||Wound Badge||Awarded to recognize exceptional acts of in-game skill and bravery that do not result in a successful RTB. Awarded in three grades. (Gold, silver and black)|
|Img||Sniper’s Badge||Awarded to recognize in-game skill with dedicated sniping weapons. Awarded in three grades, (First, second and third) with third grade requiring 2 sniping kills during a single mission ending with a successful RTB, 4 kills for second, and 6 kills for first.
|Img||Army Anti_Aircraft Badge||Awarded for squad members that achieve two or more confirmed aircraft kills by dedicated antiaircraft gun during a single squad night mission resulting in a successful RTB.|
|Img||Panzerabzeichen||Awarded to GD members who participate in tank-on-tank combat during a total of no less than 4 official squad nights.|
|Img||Campaign 125 Service Ribbon||For participation in no less than six total (official) squad nights with GD in WW2OL:BE’s 125th campaign.|
|Img||Close Assault Clasp||Awarded to GD members who participate in close combat with the enemy during a total of no less than 4 official squad nights.|
|Img||Tank Destruction Badge||Awarded to infantry who single-handedly destroy an enemy tank with an ATR or Panzerschreck during an official squad night. The kill must be verified by a witness.|
|Img||Army Paratrooper Badge||Awarded to team members who complete two or more successful combat jumps (survive to landing) into contested territory during official squad nights.|
These awards, and the standards by which they are issued, are subject to change without prior notice as deemed necessary by divisional
command staff. Additional awards will be created and added to this list, and existing awards may be retired, as deemed necessary.
In addition to the above mentioned awards, the below listed awards are considered ‘legacy’ awards from the GDR (1999-2004) and
Team GDR (2004-2015) iterations of the squad, and are no longer being issued. They are, however, listed here for reference
purposes, and any current members in good standing that have been awarded any of the below awards are entitled to ‘wear’ them as part
of their official uniform, and both display, reference, and use them where applicable. The Division Commander is solely responsible for
maintaining all legacy awards records, and will be the final arbiter where eligibility and award dispute questions are concerned.
|Img||Regimental Knight’s Cross||Awarded to recognize extreme acts of service, or to recognize continuing invaluable service to the team both on and off the field. This was the highest award available to team members of the 1999-2015 period.|
|Img||Order of the Crown Prince||Awarded to recognize ongoing invaluable in-game service to the team. This was the second highest award available to team members of the 1999-2015 period.|
|Img||Clan Foundation Support Order||Awarded to recognize ongoing invaluable off the field service to the team. This was the third highest award available to team members of the 1999-2015 period.|
|Img||Regimental Commendation Medal||Issued to recognize outstanding service to the team both in game and out of game.|
|Img||Regimental Defense Badge||Issued to recognize extreme examples of in-game effort in defense of team objectives crucial to victory in both league and open play.
|Img||Prior GDR Service Ribbon||Referred to jokingly as the ‘good old days’ ribbon, this award was issued to members of the team that joined during the initial 1999-2001 period, and who served at least 2 months before ending active service with the team as a member in good standing.|
|Img||Cyberathlete Ribbon||Issued with both the ‘Professional’ and ‘Amateur’ devices to denote participation in professionally-sanctioned online league play in either OGL, CAL, or CPL.|
|Img||Paintball Team Participation Ribbon||Awarded to members who participate in at least one official team paintball event as members of Team GDR.|
|Img||Military Service Ribbon||Awarded to recognize those on the team who served in the military of their home country for 1) at least 6 months on active duty or 2) 12 months in the reserves, and has not been discharged from said service under dishonorable or other than honorable conditions.|