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About this itemGENUINE RVN VIETNAM WAR CAMPAIGN MEDAL WITH 1960 BAR IN COMPLETE PRESENTATION CASE
This medal was awarded by the then South Vietnam Government to all military personel that served in the Vietnam War from the 1st of March 1961 to the 28th of March 1973, including personel from Australian and the United States, the men and women who did their tour of duty and proudly served their nation in Nam.
This is a genuine, current manufactured medal of the very highest USA made quality, in a mint, un-awarded condition, U.S. Government approved of regulation manufacture ready for service or veteran's wear - hallmarked by a US Government authorized manufacturer behind the pin as per U.S. federal regulation G27. Department of Defense medals are governed by the Institute of Heraldry, GRACO the manufacturer of this medal has been authorized by IOH to manufacture DOD medals under an assigned Hallmark . This very famous decoration is a must in your collection.
Don't buy a cheap Chinese copy, only buy a 100% guaranteed genuine medal in a beautiful Presentation Case, the only approved medal by the Australian Government.
This rare original set comes complete with United States Presentation Case, Lapel Pin, Regulation Medal, Case Band, Protective Outer Carton as awarded.
The decoration may also be awarded to any service member who, while serving outside the geographical limits of South Vietnam, provided direct combat support to the Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces for a period exceeding six months. For those members who were wounded by an enemy force, captured by the enemy in the line of duty, or killed in action, the Vietnam Campaign Medal is automatically awarded regardless of total time served in Vietnam.
The Vietnam Campaign Medal is issued with a device known as the '1960 Bar'. The bar displays the date of 1960 followed by a dash and a blank space. The unusual appearance was caused by the government of South Vietnam stating that the 1960 bar would show the dates of the Vietnam War from start to finish, with the ending date placed on the 1960 bar after the South Vietnamese had triumphed over North Vietnam. Since South Vietnam fell, and the government ceased to exist, an ending date for the 1960 Bar was never established.
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