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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.

Vintage Original WW1 VICTORY MEDAL with US NAVY ARMED GUARD SERVICE CLASP BAR

Vintage Original WW1 VICTORY MEDAL with US NAVY ARMED GUARD SERVICE CLASP BAR

Vintage Original WW1 VICTORY MEDAL with US NAVY ARMED GUARD SERVICE CLASP BAR

Vintage Original WW1 VICTORY MEDAL with US NAVY ARMED GUARD SERVICE CLASP BAR

ORIGINAL WORLD WAR ONE VINTAGE U. INTER ALLIED VICTORY MEDAL WITH U. SHOWS AGE, USE & WEAR, SEE OUR PHOTO WITH RULER FOR SIZE MEASUREMENT. THIS WILL MAKE A GREAT ADDITION TO YOUR COLLECTION!! Doing that is against U. Postal Service is based on the value & weight of the item(s) when packed. Order with Confidence, we have been in business for over 40 years. Your Satisfaction is Guaranteed!

US Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal # 8393. YMU3015

US Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal # 8393. YMU3015

US Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal # 8393. YMU3015

US Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal # 8393. YMU3015

US Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal # 8393. YMU3015

US Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal # 8393. YMU3015

US Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal # 8393. YMU3015

US Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal # 8393. YMU3015

US Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal # 8393. YMU3015

United States Navy Mexican 1911-17 Service Medal. Numbered on rim 8393. Split broach pin attachment system. Very heavily worn condition original ribbon. The Mexican Service Medal awarded by the Army was established by General Orders of the US War Department in December of 1917. The Navy’s Mexican Service Medal was established by Navy Department General Orders Number 365 in February of 1918, as amended by Navy Department General Orders No. 464 in April of 1919. The Mexican Service Medal recognizes those servicemen who performed military service against Mexican forces between April 1911 and June 1919.

Authentic WWI Service Medal With 3 Bars

Authentic WWI Service Medal With 3 Bars

Authentic WWI Service Medal With 3 Bars

Authentic WWI Service Medal With 3 Bars

Authentic WWI Service Medal With 3 Bars

Authentic WWI Service Medal With 3 Bars

Authentic WWI Service Medal With 3 Bars. In overall good condition.

#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!

Rare! Ww1 Italian Navy (german Made) Torpedo-boat Sirio Service Medal Silver

Rare! Ww1 Italian Navy (german Made) Torpedo-boat Sirio Service Medal Silver

Rare! Ww1 Italian Navy (german Made) Torpedo-boat Sirio Service Medal Silver

Rare! Ww1 Italian Navy (german Made) Torpedo-boat Sirio Service Medal Silver

Rare! Ww1 Italian Navy (german Made) Torpedo-boat Sirio Service Medal Silver

WW1 ITALIAN NAVY (GERMAN MADE) TORPEDO-BOAT ” SIRIO ” SERVICE MEDAL SILVER. Was a sea-going steam-powered torpedo boat of the Italian. It served in the Italo – Turkish War and the First World War. DIMENSIONS NOT INCLUDING THE LINK : HEIGHT 1 1/16″ x WIDTH 1″ x THICKNESS 1/16.

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.

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint

WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 – 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box, Mint. Wonderful & Fine Historic Original. WWI State of Connecticut World War 1917 – 1918 Service Medal Ribbon & Box by The Robbins Company of Attleboro, Massachusetts, Absolutely Mint Example; Overall Exceptional Issued. Condition as Photographed with minimal wear as seen, A Great Candidate for Any Advanced United States World War One Medals Collection – Recent Estate Acquisition & Presented as Acquired, Rare Condition. Check back often – we search estates and sources across the world to bring a fine selection of militaria. Please review all photos for details regarding the condition of the item listed – further condition information will be included in the listing as is relevant, if you need additional photographs or have questions regarding the condition please do not hesitate to ask. I describe all items to the best of my ability – please do not hesitate to ask any and all questions prior to the close of the listing. Mistakes very rarely occur – however if one does please rest assured that it will be corrected. International Buyers are Welcome!

#7182 New York State Conspicuous Service medal (sterling) to a Pvt. 305th Inf

#7182 New York State Conspicuous Service medal (sterling) to a Pvt. 305th Inf

#7182 New York State Conspicuous Service medal (sterling) to a Pvt. 305th Inf

#7182 New York State Conspicuous Service medal (sterling) to a Pvt. 305th Inf

#7182 New York State Conspicuous Service medal (sterling) to a Pvt. 305th Inf

#7182 New York State Conspicuous Service medal (sterling) to a Pvt. 305th Inf

#7182 New York State Conspicuous Service medal (sterling) to a Pvt. 305th Inf

#7182 New York State Conspicuous Service medal (sterling) to a Pvt. 305th Inf

#7182 New York State Conspicuous Service medal (sterling) to a Pvt. 305th Inf

PLEASE FOLLOW OUR E BAY STORE. SALE SEE OUR STORE. PLEASE READ WHOLE ADD. This is a Sterling Silver numbered (7182) New York State Conspicuous Service medal. It has the original slot brooch and original ribbon. The ribbon does show some fading and wear, but it still hangs and holds the planchet. The planchet is in near perfect conditions, and the reverse shows the well struck numbers which are large and easy to read. It is also hallmarked “A. E. Co/STERLING”. This specific medal was awarded and issued to the family of Private John H. Kemper, of Company M, 305th Infantry, 77th Division, on June 22, 1948, for AEF service in WW1. Kemper was born in East Newark, NY, on September 19, 1896. He enlisted with Company M, of the 305th Infantry and was transported to France on the SS Cedric, from New York City, arriving at Calais, France in early June. In August the 77th Division was moved to the Vesle Sector and on the 11th they entered the line at Fisme. In May of 1919 and demobilized. He died on September 14, 1935, and is buried at the Mount Olivet Cemetery, in Queens, NY. I will provide a copy of his 305th Infantry roster, a 2 page copy of his embarkation and travel records to and from France, a color copy of his AGO award card for this numbered Conspicuous Service medal, and a copy of his obituary from the Brooklyn Times Union. I should note that he was also eligible for the WW1 Victory medal with Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne, and Defensive Sector clasps, but if issued, the whereabouts are unknown. I should also note that this medal was issued to the Kemper family, as his death preceded the issuance of the medal.

US Naval Reserve Faithful Service, 1938-1958

US Naval Reserve Faithful Service, 1938-1958

US Naval Reserve Faithful Service, 1938-1958

US Naval Reserve Faithful Service, 1938-1958

US Naval Reserve Faithful Service, 1938-1958

US Naval Reserve Faithful Service, 1938-1958

US Naval Reserve Faithful Service, 1938-1958

US Naval Reserve Faithful Service, 1938-1958

Diameter: 33 mm; Weight: 28.51 g. Provenance: private collection from Spring Valley, California, USA. The Naval Reserve Medal is a decoration of the. Which was created by order of Secretary of the Navy. The medal was first issued on 12 September 1938 and was an active award until 1958. On 12 September 1958, the Naval Reserve Medal was declared discontinued and was replaced by the. Armed Forces Reserve Medal. It is not to be confused with the. Naval Reserve Meritorious Service Medal. Which is a different award that was discontinued on 1 January 2014. The Naval Reserve Medal was awarded to any commissioned officer or enlisted member of. United States Naval Reserve. (USNR), the associated National Naval Volunteers, and local. Units of the period. To be awarded the decoration, a service member was required to perform ten years of continuous service in one of the aforementioned components in either an active duty, drilling reservist, or inactive status. An additional award of the NRM is denoted by a. United States Marine Corps. Equivalent to the award is the. Marine Corps Reserve Ribbon. The Naval Reserve Medal originally held precedence just below that of the. Navy Good Conduct Medal. Which, in turn, held precedence just below unit awards. Sometime after 1958, the precedence of the Naval Reserve Medal was moved to rank just below the Armed Forces Reserve Medal making it the lowest ranking medal awarded by the United States Armed Forces aside from the Navy and Coast Guard expert marksmanship medals. As the NRM was only available for exactly 20 years and 0 days, and required 10 years and 0 days USNR service, no sailor could possibly receive more than two. (WW II) pulling the vast majority of Naval Reservists into active duty the Regular Navy, the number of sailors to receive two NRMs is fantastically low, with all two-time recipients having had to serve a total of 20 years in the Naval Reserve between September 1938 and September 1958, e. Before, during and after WW II.