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arclight

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  1. And a couple of WWI trench art pieces:
  2. A recent addition, The Perry Polar Expedition Medal.
  3. Time to show an updated pic of my small collection of aide de camp devices
  4. I appreciate your kind comments, but I am afraid you may have Everette confused with someone else. He passed in the sixties before I was born. I only know him through others recollections and his enduring reputation.
  5. Here's a little detail on the medal:
  6. One of my favorites, the very first medal issued by the North Carolina National Guard, with it's original box and the recipient's information hand written on the inside of the box top.
  7. One of my favorite miniature medals, The Brevet Medal.
  8. A couple of my WWII Navy/USMC medals (not engraved)
  9. Admiral Rittenhouse, 1924 US Naval Academy graduate.
  10. Silver Star to a Liberty Division soldier in the Pacific. Unfortunately, someone attempted to deface the engraving on the reverse of the medal. The Silver Star is numbered 53830.
  11. Some of my Presidential and Vice Presidential service badges. These things are pretty heavy, but if you're wearing ASU's with your medals, this would help balance the weight on the coat.
  12. These are a few "Old Corps" items from before my time at The Citadel.
  13. Typhus Commission Commendation Medal, displayed in a "float frame."
  14. Here's my General and State Staff Badges, and newly acquired prototype GS badge.
  15. ...and a few engraved or numbered Army Good Conduct Medals.
  16. Here's a few of my engraved Marine Corps Good Conduct Medals...
  17. Beautiful new find: OSS Detachment 101 badge.
  18. This uniform belonged to an officer in the 30th Infantry Division in WWII, and research revealed some great information, but, alas, no photo of him has surfaced, yet.
  19. Neat little group to a soldier that was drafted into the army on 1 October 1918, and was still in training when the armistice was signed. He was discharged in December 1918.
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