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US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

US Army 6 Medal Bar Service Campaign WW2 Korean War Battle Stars

Take a look at this beautiful 6 medallion bar display. World War II Service Medallion. Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medallion with Three Battle Stars. The National Defense Award. The Korean Service Medallion. The Armed Force Reserve Medallion. The United Nations Service Medallion. This group spans two wars, World War II and the Korean War. This piece is 100% Original, and not a reproduction.

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal + 88th Infantry Division named grouping

Nice grouping here picked up over the weekend. WW1 US Army Defensive Bar Victory Medal plus the guys 88th Infantry Division medal as well. Grouping has two pictures of the gentlemen here with one picture showing by arrow which one he is. Also comes with his discharge papers and a newspaper from camp dodge in the start of 1919. Nice grouping that would look great in a display case or frame. Guy was originally from Winnebago Minnesota.

US Army of Occupation Cuba Medal No. 2785. YMU3011

US Army of Occupation Cuba Medal No. 2785. YMU3011

US Army of Occupation Cuba Medal No. 2785. YMU3011

US Army of Occupation Cuba Medal No. 2785. YMU3011

US Army of Occupation Cuba Medal No. 2785. YMU3011

US Army of Occupation Cuba Medal No. 2785. YMU3011

US Army of Occupation Cuba Medal No. 2785. YMU3011

US Army of Occupation Cuba Medal No. 2785. YMU3011

US Army of Occupation Cuba Medal No. 2785. YMU3011

Numbered on rim: No. Full wrap broach pin system. The United States Army of Cuban Occupation Medal was a military award created by the US War Department in June of 1915. The medal recognizes those service members who performed garrison occupation duty in the United States Protectorate over Cuba, following the close of the Spanish-American War.

WWI US Army Victory Full Size Medal with 3 Bars

WWI US Army Victory Full Size Medal with 3 Bars

WWI US Army Victory Full Size Medal with 3 Bars

Shows wear from use and storage. Full size medal with a full wrapped Brooch. ALL ITEMS ARE AS IS. DETAILED PHOTOS AND DESCRIPTIONS MATCH THE ITEM AND SHOW AND DESCRIBE EXACT CONDITIONS. THERE IS NO BRICK AND MORTAR STORE SO THERE IS NO LOCAL PICK-UPS.

Original WW2 IJA Japanese Army Order Of The Rising Sun Medal In Decorative Frame

Original WW2 IJA Japanese Army Order Of The Rising Sun Medal In Decorative Frame

Original WW2 IJA Japanese Army Order Of The Rising Sun Medal In Decorative Frame

Original WW2 IJA Japanese Army Order Of The Rising Sun Medal In Decorative Frame

Original WW2 IJA Japanese Army Order Of The Rising Sun Medal In Decorative Frame

Original WW2 IJA Japanese Army Order Of The Rising Sun Medal In Decorative Frame

Original WW2 IJA Japanese Army Order Of The Rising Sun Medal In Decorative Frame

Very cool original order of the rising sun medal. It is in a very decorative frame. The plaque on the bottom says it’s the order of rising sun. Very cool framed medal! Would look awesome displayed with other memorabilia. If you have any questions please feel free to contact me at any time l!

#14420 Army 1911-1917 Mexican Service Campaign Medal Numbered Whitehead & Hoag

#14420 Army 1911-1917 Mexican Service Campaign Medal Numbered Whitehead & Hoag

#14420 Army 1911-1917 Mexican Service Campaign Medal Numbered Whitehead & Hoag

#14420 Army 1911-1917 Mexican Service Campaign Medal Numbered Whitehead & Hoag

#14420 Army 1911-1917 Mexican Service Campaign Medal Numbered Whitehead & Hoag

#14420 Army 1911-1917 Mexican Service Campaign Medal Numbered Whitehead & Hoag

#14420 Army 1911-1917 Mexican Service Campaign Medal Numbered Whitehead & Hoag

#14420 Army 1911-1917 Mexican Service Campaign Medal Numbered Whitehead & Hoag

#14420 Army 1911-1917 Mexican Service Campaign Medal Numbered Whitehead & Hoag

RIBBON DRAPE TESTED U. The Mexican Service Medal is an award of the United States military for service in Mexico from 1911 to 1919. The Mexican Service Medal awarded by the Army was established by General Orders of the United States War Department on December 12, 1917. The Navy’s Mexican Service Medal was established by Navy Department General Orders Number 365 on February 11, 1918, as amended by Navy Department General Orders No. 464 of April 27, 1919. The Mexican Service Medal recognizes those servicemen who performed military service against Mexican forces between April 12, 1911 and June 16, 1919. To be awarded the Mexican Service Medal, a serviceman was required to perform military duty during the time period of eligibility and in one of the following military engagements. Veracruz Expedition: April 21 to November 23, 1914. Punitive Expedition into Mexico: March 14, 1916 to February 7, 1917. Buena Vista, Mexico: December 1, 1917. The punitive expedition in the aftermath of the Brite Ranch raid on San Bernardino Canyon, Mexico, December 26, 1917. La Grulla, Texas: January 8-9, 1918. The aftermath of the Neville Ranch raid that resulted in a small action in the village of Pilares, Chihuahua: March 28, 1918. For actions in Nogales, Arizona during the Battle of Nogales, November 1-26, 1915, or Battle of Ambos Nogales, August 27, 1918. El Paso, Texas and Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua for the Battle of Ciudad Juárez : June 15-16, 1919. The United States Navy issued the Mexican Service Medal to the sailors and Marines who participated in any of the above actions, as well as to servicemen who served aboard U. Naval vessels patrolling Mexican waters between April 21 and November 26, 1914, or between March 14, 1916, and February 7, 1917. The Mexican Service Medal was also awarded to any servicemen who was wounded or killed while participating in action any against hostile Mexican forces between April 12, 1911, and February 7, 1917. Although the Mexican Service Medal was a single decoration, the U. Navy issued two different versions of it. The Army version displays an engraving of a yucca plant, while the Navy version depicts the San Juan de Ulúa fortress in Veracruz harbor. Both versions display the annotation “1911 – 1917″ on the bottom of the medal. The Mexican Service Medal was a one-time decoration and there were no service stars authorized for those who had participated in multiple engagements. For those soldiers who had been cited for gallantry in combat, the Citation Star was authorized as a device to the Mexican Service Medal. There were no devices authorized for the Navy’s version of the decoration. A similar decoration, known as the Mexican Border Service Medal also existed for those who had performed support duty to Mexican combat expeditions from within the United States. Please let me know if there’s anything else I can do for you!

Original WW2 Order For October Revolution USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Order For October Revolution USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Order For October Revolution USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Order For October Revolution USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Order For October Revolution USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Order For October Revolution USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Order For October Revolution USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

The original medal of the USSR period with a pin on the back for attaching to the jacket. This and 100s of other authentic Russian medals came out a vets personal collection. He had medals from ww2 to end of the Cold War. The Order of the October Revolution (Russian:????????????????????????? , Orden Oktyabr’skoy Revolyutsii) was instituted on 31 October 1967, in time for the 50th anniversary of the October Revolution. It was conferred upon individuals or groups for services furthering communism or the state, or in enhancing the defenses of the Soviet Union, military and civil. It is the second-highest Soviet order, after the Order of Lenin. From a huge Russian medal collection. Some very rare expensive medals for sale in other auctions. Some show age and patina. All kept in a glass case. See my other auctions. SEE MY OTHER RUSSIAN MEDAL AUCTIONS.

Original WW2 Excellence In Student USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Excellence In Student USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Excellence In Student USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Excellence In Student USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Excellence In Student USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Excellence In Student USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Excellence In Student USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Excellence In Student USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

Original WW2 Excellence In Student USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge

The original medal of the USSR period with a pin on the back for attaching to the jacket. This and 100s of other authentic Russian medals came out a vets personal collection. He had medals from ww2 to end of the Cold War. From a huge Russian medal collection. Some very rare expensive medals for sale in other auctions. Some show age and patina. All kept in a glass case. See my other auctions. SEE MY OTHER RUSSIAN MEDAL AUCTIONS.

Original WW2 Excellence In Textiles USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge Medic

Original WW2 Excellence In Textiles USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge Medic

Original WW2 Excellence In Textiles USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge Medic

Original WW2 Excellence In Textiles USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge Medic

Original WW2 Excellence In Textiles USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge Medic

Original WW2 Excellence In Textiles USSR Soviet Russian Army Medal Badge Medic

The original medal of the USSR period with a pin on the back for attaching to the jacket. This and 100s of other authentic Russian medals came out a vets personal collection. He had medals from ww2 to end of the Cold War. From a huge Russian medal collection. Some very rare expensive medals for sale in other auctions. Some show age and patina. All kept in a glass case. See my other auctions. SEE MY OTHER RUSSIAN MEDAL AUCTIONS.

Original Ww1 U. S. Army Air Service (usaas) Observer Half-wing- Real Thing Rare

Original Ww1 U. S. Army Air Service (usaas) Observer Half-wing- Real Thing Rare

Original Ww1 U. S. Army Air Service (usaas) Observer Half-wing- Real Thing Rare

Original Ww1 U. S. Army Air Service (usaas) Observer Half-wing- Real Thing Rare

Original Ww1 U. S. Army Air Service (usaas) Observer Half-wing- Real Thing Rare

Original Ww1 U. S. Army Air Service (usaas) Observer Half-wing- Real Thing Rare

PLEASE FOLLOW OUR E BAY STORE. SALE SEE OUR STORE. PLEASE READ WHOLE ADD. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. This article needs additional citations for verification. Please help improve this article. By adding citations to reliable sources. Unsourced material may be challenged and removed. Find sources: “Observer Badge”. Learn how and when to remove this message. The Observer Badge is a military badge. Of the United States armed forces. Dating from the First World War. The badge was issued to co-pilots, navigators, and flight support personnel as air observer. Who had received a variation in the training required for the standard Pilot’s Badge. The Observer Badge survived through the Second World War. And into the 1950s, at which time the concept of an Observer Badge was phased out in favor of the modern Aircrew Badge. In addition to wings for Naval Aviators. And Naval Flight Officers. The United States Navy. Still maintains an “Observer Badge” which is issued to flight-qualified mission specialists, such as a select number of meteorologists and intelligence officers in both the U. Air Force awards its USAF Observer Badge, which is identical to the USAF Navigator Badge, to Air Force officers who have qualified as NASA. Have flown an actual mission aboard the shuttle and/or the International Space Station. And who are otherwise not previously aeronautically rated as an Air Force pilot or navigator. In the modern U. Armed Forces, the Observer Badge is rarely issued, but has seen a resurgence in the Air Forces of other countries, most notably the United Kingdom. First World War Observer Badge. The original Observer Badge was a half-wing variation of the Aviator Badge worn by military pilots of the United States Army Air Service. And later the United States Army Air Corps. The badge was mainly awarded to gunners, spotters, and navigators on the first armed military aircraft. With the advent of bombing. The Observer Badge was also initially authorized for aircraft bombardiers. Those rated as Balloon Observers were also eligible for the badge, and the badge was typically referred to as both the Airplane Observer Badge and the Balloon Observer Badge. The design of the badge awarded was identical in both cases, and towards the end of the First World War was commonly referred to as the “Airplane and Balloon Observer Badge”, although the ratings for which the badge was issued remained distinct.