What would you like to do?
If you mean where to buy them, then you can do so at a Military Surplus store, or more likely on a Military (preferably Army) Base, in the Clothing and Sales store. They have …pretty much any award you might be trying to find. If you are trying to find out what medals you are entitled to, the first place to look would be your DD214, your discharge papers. It should list all of the awards you have been given.
Can an officer in the Army National Guard wear the ribbons and medals that he or she was awarded if they were prior service active duty?
Yes. However, there are certain ribbons or medals that officers do not wear which may have been awarded and worn as a prior enlisted soldier. The good conduct medal is a…n example; it is assumed, and expected, that all officers are of good character and always display good conduct.
any soldier other than any general officers
Marine Officers are expected to always conduct themselves in an appropriate fashion. If they do behave poorly then they are separated from the service whereas enlisted Marines… may make mistakes and stay in depending on how bad the mistake was.
The silver star, indicating 5 subsequent awards, should be centered on the ribbon with a bronze star on either side. If on a medal the bronze stars should be above and beneath… the silver star which should always be centered in the middle of the ribbon. If on the ribbon award, the bronze stars should be just to the right and left of the silver star.
noone..... it has three words..... fidelity, obedience, zeal
The Purple Heart is given that accolade.
Good Conduct Medals are awarded for every 4 years of service without any major incidents (other than Captain's Mast (NJP). For 12 years of consecutive Good Conduct, Navy Veter…ans wear gold chevrons/hash marks instead of the normal red on Navy Blues.
Jacques-Philippe Leclerc de Hautecloque.
Because it is awarded when a service member risks his or her life beyond the call of duty while engaged in an action against any enemy of the United States.
David William MacBrayne
Neither - gold is too expensive (thousands are produced each year) and lead is toxic. Most military medals are made of either bronze, zinc alloy, or pewter.
one knot every three years example two knots=six years
You would wear the medal/ribbon with 4 oak leaf clusters attached.
In US Army
Can the army reserve componet achievement medal be worn with the army active duty good conduct medal?
can you wear an army reserve component achievement medal with the army active duty good conduct medal on the same rack
Reserve Good Conduct Medal was created in 1939.