Army Of Occupation Medal Japan Clasp
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- 1ST ANNUAL VETERANS DAY CEREMONY - the City of Irwindale
- Nov 11, 2007 ARMY - PRIVATE FIRST CLASS. 1950-52 Army of Occupation Medal w/ Japan Clasp,. Korean Service Medal w/ One Bronze Service.
- G03 GENERAL ORDERS HEADQUARTERS - U.S. Army
- African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal with eight stars and arrowhead;. World War II Victory Medal; Army of Occupation Medal with Japan Clasp;.
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- Korean Service Medal with one Bronze Service Star; United Nations Service.
- 5th Annual Sweet Heart Round Dance
- Jan 8, 2011 the United Nations Service Medal, Army of Occupation Medal w/Japan clasp and the National Defense Service Medal.
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- Army of Occupation Medal - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Japan (September 3, 1945 to April 27, 1952); Korea (September 3, 1945 to June 29, 1949). [edit.
- Army of Occupation Medal
- Two clasps were authorized for wear on the suspension ribbon to the Army of Occupation Medal: GERMANY and JAPAN.
- Korean War veteran receiving medals
- Jun 15, 2011 Korean Service Medal with two Bronze Service Stars. • Combat Infantryman Badge 1st Award.
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