This catalog represents a vast array of items relating to the US Military conflicts dating back to the American Civil War, WW1, Vietnam, WW2, Korea to present day War on Terror period involving the US Army, US Navy, and US AirForce. This includes, but not exclusively to Medals, Orders, Bayonet's, fighting Knives, Swords and Helmets. Military Challenge Coins are in a separate Catalog.

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  • UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AIRMAN'S MEDAL
    UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AIRMAN'S MEDAL
    UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AIRMAN'S MEDAL
    UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AIRMAN'S MEDAL
    UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AIRMAN'S MEDAL

    UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AIRMAN'S MEDAL

    AIRMAN
    Genuine, USA made, in mint condition, hallmarked G27. Bronze. Buy Now.
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    About this item

     This U.S. Government medal is the exact one as currently awarded to U.S. service men and women. This is a genuine medal of the very highest USA made quality, in mint condition, hallmarked by a U.S. Government authorized manufacturer behind the pin as per U.S. federal regulation G27. This famous decoration is a must in your collection.

    Award Criteria: The Airman’s Medal is a military decoration of the United States Air Force and is awarded to those service members or those of a friendly nation who, while serving in any capacity with the United States Air Force, distinguish themselves by heroic actions, usually at the voluntary risk of life, but not involving actual combat. The saving of a life or the success of the voluntary heroic act is not essential.

    The Airman’s Medal was first created in 1960 and the first recipient of the decoration was Captain John Burger, USAF, who was retroactively awarded the Airman’s Medal for actions performed in 1959.

    According to Air Force Instruction 36-2803, The Secretary of the Air Force, Personnel Council approves or disapproves recommendations for Airman's Medals requiring SAF approval and determines upon approval, entitlement to 10 percent increase in retirement pay for the Airman's Medal when awarded to enlisted members for extraordinary heroism.

    The U.S. Army equivalent of the Airman’s Medal is the Soldier's Medal. Between 1947 and 1959, U.S. Air Force members were eligible for the Soldier’s Medal since the separate Airman’s Medal had not yet been established. The Navy and Marine Corps Medal and the Coast Guard Medal are also considered to be the equivalent decorations for those services.

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