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Home of America’s Best Military Awards Books & Veterans’ Medals Workshop

US ARMY MEDALS, BADGES & INSIGNIA

Military Medals of America

Marine Awards and Insignia

Medals and Ribbons of the USAF

U.S. Military Patch Guide

The Decorations, Medals, Ribbons, Badges and Insignia of The U.S. Navy

U.S. Marine Corps Military Ribbon & Medal Wear Guide

U.S. Military Ribbon Wear Guide

Medals, Badges & Insignia of the US Army

Military Medals Of the United States

The Decorations and Medals of the Republic of Vietnam and Her Allies

The Decorations, Medals, Ribbons, Badges and Insignia of The US Marine Corps

United Nations Medals and Missions: The Medals and Ribbons of the U.N.

Army Insignia Poster

Air Force Insignia Poster

USN/USMC/CG Insignia Poster

The Medals of World War II DVD

Military Rank Poster

Medals Poster

There have been 24 million American military veterans since 1941, yet over 96 million Americans don’t know the military honors, awards and achievements of the veteran in their family. For the first time ever, these books bring together the military awards, insignia and honors of the Armed Forces in one place.

Each book is lavishly illustrated with complete, easy to read descriptions covering all the medals, badges, rank and insignia awarded veterans in World War II, Korea, Vietnam, Kuwait, Bosnia, Afghanistan and numerous expeditions.

Medals of America Blog Entries

Armed Forces Reserve Medal is 5 Different Medals

Armed Forces Reserve Medal is 5 Different Medals

This medal was authorized in 1950 for ten years of honorable and satisfactory service within a 12 year period as a member of one or more of the Reserve Components of the Armed Forces of the United States. An executive order on Aug. 8, 1996, authorized the award of a...

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RVN Armed Forces Honor Medal – January 7, 1953

RVN Armed Forces Honor Medal – January 7, 1953

This medal without ribbon devices was widely presented to U.S. officers and men after six months of staff service in combat or non-combat units. The award was originally entitled in French as La Medaille du Merite Vietnamien and was intended for “French or foreign...

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