How do you find a list of Silver Star winners in the Vietnam War?
I am a Silver Star winner from the Vietnam War. It is on 1st Aviation Brigade, APO San Francisco 96307.
General Orders Number 2554
Dated 14 June 1967
Date of action: 31 January 1967
This is not so much a improvement but a extention of above. Most units have web sites and list Silver Star recipients. As I was with the 173rd AIB and the 11th ACR, both have list of MOH,DSC and Silver Stars awarded.Names, rank and dates are provided. Bronze Stars and Purple Hearts were so numerous, it was decided not efficient to list.
Fort starters try: Statistics about the Vietnam War.
Try "American War Library" and "Statistics About the Vietnam War."
There is no such list.
No such list. You could make a pretty penny creating one. Records are available.
The Silver Star was not awarded in World War 1. There was what was called a Citation Star given out in that era (beginning in 1918). Check the National Archives. A link can be found below.
Check the National Archives. You'll find a link below.
No such list exists. There, are, however, some re-created lists by unit. Many units have organized reunion associations, where Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, and Silver Star honorees are listed. Check the division organization the individual served with. B.G. Burkett in his book, Stolen Valor, lists all Vietnam Medal of Honor, Distinguished Service Cross, Navy Cross, Air Force Cross, and returned Prisoners of War.
I work with a fellow police officer who cliams to have won both the bronz star and silver star during Vietnam yet was never wonded. He further claims to served 3 tours of duty in country with the U.S. Army. I find it hard to belive an individual won both awards. Does anyone know of this happening?
Possibly, the American War Library might be able to help.
Where can one find the citation of Specialist 4 Richard Dean Whited's Silver Star awarded in 1969 in Vietnam?
Contact: US Dept. of Defense Vietnam War Service Index; Brooke Rowe, Associate Librarian, The American War library (effective 2002).
Check the website for the Navy Cross. I have seen a book called "Navy Cross,Vietnam", but I dont know how you would find a copy.
How can I find out if my brother was awarded a Silver Star while serving in Viet Nam? There is no definitive list of silver star recipients. There are lists available if you do an internet search, but they are not complete or verified. If you want to find information on medals or awards given to a particular service member, you can request those records through the National Archives if you are the service member… Read More
How can you find who received the Silver Star for action during the Battle of the Bulge and why they received it?
No comprehensive list exists for recipients of a Silver Star Medal during the Battle of the Bulge.
See if "THE AMERICAN WAR LIBRARY" can be of any help.
You might try www.baseball-reference.com
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Recommend researching: The American War Library. Improvement: Go to the Hall Of Heroes website and search on his name. This site will also be useful for all medals higher than the SS.
It is easy to tell most valuable: star or promo (your choice) 2nd: holo, 3rd, silver star, and 4th: black star
What is indicated upon his Discharge Documents?
Check the National Archives. You'll find a link below.
How do you find out information about your father-in-law receiving either a Silver Star or Bronze Star?
The National Archives is a good place to start. And to get you started, you'll find a link below. Good luck with your search.
You can find the list of world cup winners at here http://bit.ly/18xdUlW
Biographies of Heisman winners can be found online at the official Heisman website or on Wikipedia. One can also find books about Heisman winners at local bookstores.
He brings her to Narnia after their voyage to the end of the world. He marries her then. You find this out in The Silver Chair.
go to Vietnam and find out
There were a lot of winners go to www.ndcsports.msnbc.com to find out more(doesn't have years)
It is not possible to legitimately find the names and addresses of lottery winners in the UK. This is because of the Data Protection Act.
prospector, him find silver.
You can't, no one wins anything in war! You are AWARDED a medal or decoration. All you civilians out there; let that sink in. That is a tremendous difference and that difference means a lot to us. Basically, it has to do with the memory of those "who are forever young", for in this "game" not everyone is alive when it's over. Other than that, Google it.
yes, by going to Vietnam and asking a historian that works in Vietnam
Rosilina from Nintendo? Well..... She has light blond hair, not to blond, blue eye's, a blue gown, a silver pendent on her dress, with a topaz jewel on it, silver high heels, a silver crown with both, rubies and sapphires, large earrings, (The shape of a star), pink nail polish on her finger nails, and a wand with a yellow star on it! (The star looks like on of those sling stars from Mario galaxy… Read More
The enemy was hard to find in the jungles of South Vietnam. The answer is jungles.
Where can you find how Louisiana was involved in the Vietnam War information and Where can you find how many people from Louisiana fought in the Vietnam War?
Louisiana lost 882 men in Vietnam.
right here http://www.aoforestersheritage.com/Jewels_Medals.html#4
Gold - Anna Korakaki, Greece Silver - Monika Karsch, Germany Bronze - Heidi Diethelm Gerber, Switzerland
Unfortuanetly due do the standards of the Vietnam War you cannot find an accurate footage from the Vietnam War. However if you go to the local library chances are you may find one.
Go to Vietnam and find them!
talk to him and you get a free charmander, bulbasaur, or squritle and i think there a pretty good level to star at
where can i find a list of vietnam era veterans at
You can find the price for silver and calculate 92.5% of that, and you will get the sterling silver price. Good place to find silver price is here at silver and gold prices (related links).
One can find information about Vietnam straight from the BBC website. The BBC website has information about the facts, leaders, media, timeline, and an overview of Vietnam.
you find it in nickel and other silver colored items
None that I can find that fit that description exactly. The flag of the former Republic of South Vietnam was yellow with red stripes - but no star. The flag of the American state of Arizona is yellow-and-red striped above, on a blue lower half, but the star in the center is gold.
Yes, there are winners in wars. The way I think about, there are no winners to wars because war is basically just the killing of another human being for the possession of oil, land, or wealth. I find war to be stupid, but technically there are winners to wars.
You don't find it. You find larvitar, which is located at Mt. Silver.
Here you can find the names of the winners . https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Nobel_laureates_in_Physiology_or_Medicine
Answer: There are no Silver Apricorns.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.