|Marine Corps Combat Instructor Ribbon|
|Type||Special duty assignment ribbon|
|Awarded for||Successful completion of a tour at the School of Infantry East or West|
|Presented by||the Department of the Navy|
|Eligibility||Combat instructors or those serving in a high-profile leadership role|
|Established||20 August 2014|
|First awarded||September 2014 (retroactive to 9 October 2002)|
|Next (higher)||Marine Corps Security Guard Ribbon|
|Next (lower)||Armed Forces Reserve Medal|
The Marine Corps Combat Instructor Ribbon is a military award of the United States Marine Corps established by Secretary of the Navy Ray Mabus in August 2014. The ribbon recognizes the successful completion of a tour as a combat instructor, or in a high-profile leadership position, at the School of Infantry East or West.
The ribbon is chamois in color with edges of olive green, with the center being a stripe of black. Subsequent awards of the ribbon are denoted by bronze service stars, with a silver 3/16 inch star worn to denote a sixth award.