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WW 1 & WW 2 Marine - medals and precedence, including foreign medals


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Meet the gentleman I am researching.  James Aloysius “Red” Ducey.  Passed in 1952.  Pictured in dress uniform and as a military police chief in Guam.F5070C95-1BDE-4F19-9AE2-14BF47853209.jpeg.c939b3c33898fd9b7038efde7bf555e8.jpeg5FA4809A-B48F-4FD0-8F4A-59376D5BAB96.jpeg.b3456f6f2af8e395463fee815cc9ac49.jpeg

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FriarChuck, here are close ups of ribbons and attachments that are in old display case.  Looks like multiple sets, here.  Notice that the Germany Occupation ribbons included have wavy blue stripes.  This was done on early versions to represent the Rhine River.  Was changed to straight because they couldn’t easily create it on large scale.3636952C-BADD-45C9-8B93-B56F8B062172.jpeg.e8ce19c2bafe8455868e4b6b6524d684.jpeg69E14423-A301-441C-A3F4-CC5F6BABFD04.jpeg.a8a4dd0b96f44a620eab25ea1cd78843.jpeg9599FD6C-7869-4997-B9BC-C7F34D9ACA69.jpeg.21645d485800152472c7f80c5104eb59.jpeg779FF549-95E8-4695-83A5-6900B9F4F212.jpeg.12cd9adaf4cf5594bdf74aaa0538e88d.jpegAE37E1F0-C9B1-4AB6-8A07-645D5DD6C181.jpeg.126ba146902d9e306d27dced593bb674.jpeg3EE0E73C-E854-45C0-8211-3FD7179FD8E0.jpeg.aa3af0383cec6b63948206d12110658e.jpegB2666B05-9512-4B3E-9381-0C99667CC915.jpeg.dc69a21e2b010d01fa7db3e6983c1aa8.jpeg

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