US MILITARY MEDALS
All the U.S. Medals are original U.S. government issue

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USM5.Legion of Merit Commander.Authorized by Congress on 20 July 1942 to all
members of the United States Armed Forces. For exceptionally meritorious conduct and
achievement in a key position of responsibility. Commander grade is the second highest
degree and is generally awarded to heads of state and commanders of foreign armed forces.   $229.95

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USM6.Legion of Merit Officer. The Officer grade is generally awarded to field grade officers
of foreign/freindly armed forces.$49.95

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USM21.Navy Cross. Instituted 1919. For extraordinary heroism in action during
military operations against an enemy of the US. $79.95

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USM2.Air Force Cross. Instituted 1960. For extraordinary heroism in action during
military operations against an enemy of the US. $77.25

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USM8.U.S. Air Force Distinguished Service Medal. Instituted 1960. Awarded for
exceptionally meritorious service to the US Government in a duty of great
responsibility. Rarely awarded to officers below the rank of Brigadier General. $89.95

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USM3.Army Distinguished Service Cross. Authorized by Congress on July 9, 1918.
Awarded for extreme heroism against an armed enemy but of a level not
justifying the Medal of Honor. $43.60

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USM12.Distinguished Service Medal. For exceptionally meritorious service to
the U.S, Government in a duty of great responsibility. Seldom awarded to civilians
or military personnel below the rank of Brigadier General. $77.50

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USM13.Defence Distinguished Service Medal. Authorized July 9, 1970, and awarded by the
Secretary of Defense to military officers of all services for exceptionally meritorius service
while assigned to a Department of Defence joint activity.
Generally awarded to the most senior officers. $78.25

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USM14.Defence Superior Service Medal.Authorized on Febuary 6 1976.
Awarded by the Secretary of Defence to any member of the armed forces for
superior meritorious service after Febuary 6, 1976 in a position of significant
responsibility while assigned to a DOD joint activity. $76.25

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USM4.Distinguished Flying Cross. Authorized on July 2, 1926. Awarded to US Military
Personnel for heroism or extraordinary achievement involving operations during
aerial flight that are not routine. $26.50

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USM9.Silver Star.Authorized on 9 July 1918 to all members of the United States Armed Forces, for gallantry in action against an armed enemy of the U.S. or while serving with
friendly foreign forces. $35.75

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USM11.Authorized on 4 February 1944 to all members of the United States Armed Forces,
who distinguished himself by heroic, outstanding achievement, or meritorious service
(not involving aerial flight) involving military operations against an armed enemy. $21.95

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USM10.Purple Heart.Awarded for wounds received while serving in any capacity with
any of the the US Armed Forces in Combat, Peacekeeping, Prisoner of War, Terrorist attack,
or Friendly fire incident in hostile territory. $39.95

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USM15.Defence Meritorious Service Medal. Authorized on November 3, 1977. Awarded
to any member of the US Armed forces who distinguishes himself by non-combat
meritorious achievement or service while serving in a joint DOD activity after November 3rd,
1977. $12.00

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USM1.Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal. Awarded for
deployment abroad for at least 30 days in support of the global war
on terrorism operations on or after Sept 11, 2001. $13.75

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USM16.Global War on Terrorism Service Medal. Instituted 2001. Awarded for
deployment abroad for at least 30 days in support of the global war
on terrorism operations on or after Sept 11, 2001 outside the designated
AOE as outlined in requirements for the GWOTEM above. $13.75

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USM19.Southwest Asia Service Medal.Instituted 1992. Awarded to members
of the US Armed Forces who participated in or directly supported military
operations in Southwest Asia between August 2nd 1990 and November 30th, 1995.
$12.00

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USM7.Afghanistan Campaign Medal. $13.75

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USM22.Iraq Campaign Medal. For service in Iraq. $12.00

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USM17.Vietnam Service Medal. Authorized on July 8, 1965 for US Military
personnel serving in the Vietnam theater of operations after July 3rd 1965
through March 28,1973. $12.00

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USM18.NATO service medal for Bosnia. Instituted July 1, 1992. Awarded to
US Military personnel for service under the NATO command and in direct
support of NATO operations. $12.00

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USM20.Kosovo Campaign Medal. Instituted 2000. Awarded for participation in
or in direct support of Kosovo operations. $12.00

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