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What does a World War ll Bronze star Medal look like?

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2011-09-14 00:27:02
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The Bronze Star Medal is in the shape of a 5-pointed star, with the distance from one point across to the other is about 1.5 inches. The star is formed in relief with some rays along each arm and in the center is another tiny 5-pointed star.

The ribbon is RED with a thin WHITE edge and has a BLUE stripe down the center also with a thin White edge.

The Silver Star Medal is very similar but, of course, it is formed from a silver medal such as nickel alloy. It has a ribbon that is primarily BLUE. The Silver Star Medal is a higher award for bravery in combat.

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