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Sometimes when you obtain a uniform with ribbons it is difficult to tell if they are original with the jacket or just added. I have been trying to identify this red ribbon with two white stripes by review of the order of precedence and The call of duty. The only one that I can see in Call of duty is a NACA Exceptional service medal which was awarded in the 1950's and does not make sense. So any ideas? Thanks

 

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Seeking USMC insignia, ega's Aviation, Airborne. U.S. Army Airborne patches & wings. U.S. Navy Specialty rates patches

 

In Memory of a loyal friend & WWII Vet Major Earl C. Willey and his USMC Brother Lloyd Vernon Willey who survived three years and 6 months as a Japanese POW in Burma & Thailand prison camps.

 

 

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I believe it is national guard, which state though im drawing a blank hopefully someone knows!

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Manley S Webb- 1925-2006 US Navy WW2

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I believe it is national guard, which state though im drawing a blank hopefully someone knows!

Thanks, is appreciated. Have gone thru the NG also but there are so many out there a person could miss it.

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Seeking USMC insignia, ega's Aviation, Airborne. U.S. Army Airborne patches & wings. U.S. Navy Specialty rates patches

 

In Memory of a loyal friend & WWII Vet Major Earl C. Willey and his USMC Brother Lloyd Vernon Willey who survived three years and 6 months as a Japanese POW in Burma & Thailand prison camps.

 

 

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Medal for Merit, although the star is improper. Perhaps the owner received two "certificates of merit" (the paper awards, not the Certificate of Merit Medal) and convinced himself that the Medal for Merit ribbon was appropriate.

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Medal for Merit, although the star is improper. Perhaps the owner received two "certificates of merit" (the paper awards, not the Certificate of Merit Medal) and convinced himself that the Medal for Merit ribbon was appropriate.

Thanks, Is appreciated.

donation2015.gifdonation2016.gifdonation2017.gifdonation2018.gifdonation2019.gif

 

Seeking USMC insignia, ega's Aviation, Airborne. U.S. Army Airborne patches & wings. U.S. Navy Specialty rates patches

 

In Memory of a loyal friend & WWII Vet Major Earl C. Willey and his USMC Brother Lloyd Vernon Willey who survived three years and 6 months as a Japanese POW in Burma & Thailand prison camps.

 

 

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