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A Vietnam era USAF Air Force Cross Medal.in good condition. No pin fixing on the ribbon
In correct ribbon on hold until I get an AFC ribbon
Here we have an Air Medal in WWII box with lapel button and pin back medal ribbon. Some age and wear to the front of the box, good overall condition.
Here is a boxed DFC in good condiion with spare medal ribbon but missing lapel button.
The Distinguished Flying Cross was established in the Air Corps Act (Act of Congress, 2 July 1926, Public Law No. 446, 69th Congress). This act provided for award "to any person, while serving in any capacity with the Air Corps of the Army of the United States, including the National Guard and the Organized Reserves, or with the United States Navy, since the 6th day of April 1917, has distinguished, or who, after the approval of this Act, distinguishes himself by heroism or extraordinary achievement while participating in an aerial flight."
U.S.Army Air Corps Boxed Air Medal, complete with lapel button and ribbon, all in good condition.
The Air Medal was established by Executive Order 9158, signed by Franklin D. Roosevelt on May 11, 1942. It was awarded retroactive to September 8, 1939, to anyone who distinguishes himself by meritorious achievement while serving with the Armed Forces in aerial flight.
Here is a good example of the U.S.Army Purple Heart in the box as issued. The lapel button and medal ribbon are also present. The lid of the box has some age and crazing.
A boxed Bronze Star complete in box with lapel pin and medal ribbon in good overall condition.
The Bronze Star Medal is a United States decoration awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces for either heroic achievement, heroic service, meritorious achievement, or meritorious service in a combat zone.
A Asiatic Pacific Campaign Medal in good condition.
A USA Southwest Asia Service Medal full size with ribbon bar.
The Southwest Asia Service Medal (SASM or SWASM) is a military award of the United States Armed Forces which was created by order of President George H.W. Bush on March 12, 1991. The award is intended to recognize those military service members who performed duty as part of the Persian Gulf War and for a time thereafter.
A U.S. Woman's Army Service Medal, full size and in good condition.
The Women’s Army Corps Service Medal was a military award of the United States Army which was created on July 29, 1943 by Executive Order 9365 issued by President Franklin Roosevelt. The medal was intended to recognize the service of women to the Army during the Second World War. The profile featured on the medal is that of the goddess Pallas Athena;1 the same profile was used for the Women's Army Corps branch insignia.
This is the US Air Force Good Conduct Medal full size. Missing fixing pin but I will find and fit one.
The Air Force Good Conduct Medal (AGCM) is given to any enlisted U.S. Air Force personnel who carry out three consecutive years of "honorable and faithful service." Such service insinuates that a standard enlistment was achieved without any non-judicial punishments, disciplinary infractions, or court martial offenses.
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