Early Life and Military Career of John Mc Cain - Awards and Decorations

Awards and Decorations

John McCain received the following medals and decorations:

Silver Star
Legion of Merit with valor device and one award star
Distinguished Flying Cross
Bronze Star with valor device and two award stars
Purple Heart with one award star
Meritorious Service Medal
Air Medal with one award star and Strike/Flight numeral "2"
Navy Commendation Medal with valor device and one award star
Combat Action Ribbon
Prisoner of War Medal
Navy Expeditionary Medal (Cuban quarantine)
National Defense Service Medal
Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal (Cuban quarantine)
Vietnam Service Medal with two service stars
National Order of Vietnam, Commander (Republic of Vietnam)
Vietnam Campaign Medal with 1960 device (Republic of Vietnam)

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