Service Medal

A service medal is an award to personnel who participated in designated wars, campaigns, or expeditions, or who have fulfilled specific service requirements in a creditable manner.

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Service Medal - USA
... Two current examples of a service medal currently issued by the United States Armed Forces are the National Defense Service Medal and the Global War on ... The National Defense Service Medal is issued to a service member upon joining the military usually after completion of basic training ... The Global War on Terrorism Service Medal is presently issued to any active duty member of the United States military after ninety days of service ...
Leland T. Kennedy - Awards and Decorations
... leaf cluster) Silver Star Legion of Merit Distinguished Flying Cross Meritorious Service Medal (three awards) Air Medal (w/ five oak leaf clusters) Joint ...
Service Summary Of Douglas Mac Arthur - Awards and Decorations - Decorations
... Medal of Honor Distinguished Service Cross with two oak leaf clusters Army Distinguished Service Medal with four oak leaf clusters Navy Distinguished Service Medal Silver Star six oak leaf clusters ... Mihiel, Meuse-Argonne and Defensive Sector) Army of Occupation of Germany Medal American Defense Service Medal with “Foreign Service” clasp Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal ...
Stuart Atha - Honours and Awards
... Companion of the Distinguished Service Order (DSO) 31 October 1962 ... General Service Medal Yugoslavia Service Medal (NATO) Kosovo Service Medal (NATO) Iraq Medal With clasp 19 Mar to 28 Apr 2003 Operational ...
Ants Laaneots
2nd class Order of the Cross of the Eagle Defence Forces Service Medal Ministry of Interior Service Medal Defence League Service Medal Estonian Border Guard Service Cross Estonian Rescue Board Service Medal 10 ...

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