Medals and Ribbons of the U.S. Air Force

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$29.95
ISBN 978-1-884452-60-4

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Medals and Ribbons of United States Air Force is the first complete illustrated history of the medals and ribbons of the Army Air Service, the Army Air Corps and the United States Air Force. A Short History of Air Force Military Medals
Air Force World War I (1917-1918)
Air Force World War II (1941-1945)
Air Force The Cold War (1945 -1991)
Air Force Korea (1950-1954)
Air Force Vietnam (1961-1973)
Air Force Gulf War (1991-1995)
Air Force Global War on Terrorism
Air Force Liberation of Afghanistan and Iraq (2001 to Present)
Air Force Military Ribbon & Medal Wear Guide
U.S. Army Medals, Ribbons & Unit Awards
Foreign Military Decorations
Commonly Awarded Foreign Unit Awards
World War II Philippine Military Medals
United Nations Medals and Ribbons
NATO Medals
Other Foreign Medals
Commemorative Medals and Ribbons
How Medals and Ribbons are Worn
Wear of Medals, Ribbons and Insignia
on the Uniform
Wear of Awards by Veterans, Retirees and Former Service Members
Wear of the Uniform by Retired Personnel
How to Determine a Veteran’s Medals
Issue of U.S. Medals to Veterans, Retirees
and Their Families
Awards Displays that Honor American Veterans
Air Force Award Display World War II
Air Force Award Display WW 2, Europe and Pacific
Air Force Korean War Award Displays (1950-53)
Cold War Veteran Displays (1947-1991)
Air Force Vietnam Display Cases
Air Force Gulf War “Desert Storm” Displays
Air Force Afghanistan and Iraq Display Cases
Air Force Iraq Display Cases
Other Air Force Medal, Miniature Medals
and Ribbon Display Cases
Air Force Multi Wars Career Display Cases Printed in the United States it is 8 1/2 by 11 and 192  full color high quality pages.

THIS IS AN EXCELLENT SOURCE FOR ALL THINGS UNITED STATES ARMY AIR FORCE DURING WORLD WAR II , VIETNAM AS WELL AS IRAQ AND AFGHANISTAN.
THE BOOK EXPLAINS THE SIGNIFICANCE OF EACH AWARD AND ITS ATTACHMENTS. IT ALSO NOTES SOME OF THE AVAILABLE GOVERNMENT AND PRIVATE SOURCES FOR MEDALS, PATCHES, RANK, AND INSIGNIA AS SHOWN IN THIS BOOK. HOWEVER, AN INTERNET SEARCH USING “UNITED STATES ARMY AIR FORCE” REVEALS EVEN MORE SOURCES. I COULD NOT HAVE COMPLETED MY FATHERS SHADOW BOX WITHOUT THIS BOOK.