- Presidential Unit Citation for Sicily
- Presidential Unit Citation for Mount Rotundo
- Presidential Unit Citation for Besançon, France
- Presidential Unit Citation for the Colmar Pocket
- Presidential Unit Citation for Iraq 2003
- Superior Unit Award for 1996
- French Croix de guerre with Palm, World War I for Champagne-Marne
- French Croix de guerre with Palm, World War II for the Colmar Pocket
- French Croix de guerre, World War II, Fourragere
The following soldiers were awarded the Medal of Honor while serving with the 30th Infantry Regiment. All earned their medals during World War II at the date and place given.
- Captain Maurice Britt, Company L, 10 November 1943, north of Mignano, Italy
- Technician Fifth Grade Eric G. Gibson, Company I, 28 January 1944, near Isola Bella, Italy
- Private First Class Lloyd C. Hawks, Company G, 30 January 1944, near Carano, Italy
- Private First Class Alton W. Knappenberger, Company C, 1 February 1944, near Cisterna di Littoria, Italy
- Sergeant John C. Squires, Company A, 23–24 April 1944, near Padiglione, Italy
- Private First Class Patrick L. Kessler, Company K, 23 May 1944, Ponte Rotto, Italy
- Private First Class John W. Dutko, Company A, 23 May 1944, near Ponte Rotto, Italy
- Sergeant Harold O. Messerschmidt, Company L, 17 September 1944, Radden, France
- Staff Sergeant Lucian Adams, Company I, 28 October 1944, near Saint-Dié, France
- Private Wilburn K. Ross, Company G, 30 October 1944, near Saint-Jacques, France
- First Lieutenant Charles P. Murray, Jr., Company C, 16 December 1944, near Kaysersberg, France
- Technical Sergeant Russell E. Dunham, Company I, 8 January 1945, near Kaysersberg, France
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