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    WW2 U.S. ASIATIC PACIFIC CAMPAIGN MEDAL
    WW2 U.S. ASIATIC PACIFIC CAMPAIGN MEDAL
    WW2 U.S. ASIATIC PACIFIC CAMPAIGN MEDAL
    WW2 U.S. ASIATIC PACIFIC CAMPAIGN MEDAL

    WW2 U.S. ASIATIC PACIFIC CAMPAIGN MEDAL

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    WWII U.S. ASIATIC PACIFIC CAMPAIGN MEDAL




    This genuine, current made WWII US ASIATIC PACAIFIC CAMPAIGN MEDAL is of the very highest quality made, we guarantee it or your money back in full, it is in a near mint condition. US Government approved and regulation manufactured ready for service or veteran's wear - hallmarked (makers marked) by a US Government authorized manufacturer behind the pin as per U.S. federal regulation, this very famous beautiful decoration is a must in a great collection.

    This type of Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal was awarded to any member of the United States military who served in the Pacific Theater fighting Japanese forces from 1941 to 1945 and was created on November 6, 1942 by Executive Order 9265 issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

    There were twenty one official Army campaigns of the Pacific Theater [48 Navy/Marine campaigns], denoted on the service medal by service stars. The arrowhead device is authorized for those campaigns which involved amphibious assaults. The Fleet Marine Force combat operations insignia is also authorized for certain sailors. The flag colors of Japan and the United States are visible in the ribbon. The Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal was first issued as a ribbon in 1941. A full medal was authorized in 1947.

    Authorized Army campaigns for the Pacific Theater are as follows:
    • Philippine Islands December 7, 1941 ? May 10, 1942
    • Burma, 1942 December 7, 1941 ? May 26, 1942
    • Central Pacific December 7, 1941 ? December 6, 1943
    • East Indies January 1, 1942 ? July 22, 1942
    • India-Burma April 2, 1942 ? January 28, 1945
    • Air Offensive, Japan April 17, 1942 ? September 2, 1945
    • Aleutian Islands June 3, 1942 ? August 24, 1943
    • China Defensive July 4, 1942 ? May 4, 1945
    • Papua July 23, 1942 ? January 23, 1943
    • Guadalcanal August 7, 1942 ? February 21, 1943
    • New Guinea January 24, 1943 ? December 31, 1944
    • Northern Solomons February 22, 1943 ? November 21, 1944
    • Eastern Mandates December 7, 1943 ? June 14, 1944
    • Bismarck Archipelago December 15, 1943 ? November 27, 1944
    • Western Pacific April 17, 1944 ? September 2, 1945
    • Leyte October 17, 1944 ? July 1, 1945
    • Luzon December 15, 1944 ? July 4, 1945
    • Central Burma January 29, 1945 ? July 15, 1945
    • Southern Philippines February 27, 1945 ? July 4, 1945
    • Ryukyus March 26, 1945 ? July 2, 1945
    • China Offensive May 5, 1945 ? September 2, 1945


    Authorized Navy campaigns for the Pacific Theater are as follows:
    • Pearl Harbor--Midway December 7, 1941
    • Wake Island (Johnston Island December 15?22, 1941) December 8?23, 1941
    • Philippine Islands Operation December 8, 1941 ? May 6, 1942
    • Netherlands East Indies engagements January 23 ? February 27, 1942
    • Pacific Specified Raids?1942 February 1, 1942 ? March 10, 1942
    • Coral Sea May 4?8 1942
    • Midway June 3?6, 1942
    • Guadalcanal-Tulagi landings (including First Savo) August 7?9, 1942
    • Capture and defense of Guadalcanal August 10, 1942 ? February 8, 1943
    • Makin Raid August 17?18, 1942
    • Eastern Solomons (Stewart Island) August 23?25, 1942
    • Buin-Faisi-Tonolai raid October 5, 1942
    • Cape Esperance (Second Savo) October 11?12, 1942
    • Santa Cruz Islands October 26, 1942
    • Guadalcanal (Third Savo) November 12?15, 1942
    • Tassafaronga (Fourth Savo) November 30 ? December 1, 1942
    • Eastern New Guinea operation December 17, 1942 ? July 24, 1944
    • Rennel Island January 29?30, 1943
    • Consolidation of Solomon Islands February 8, 1943 ? March 15, 1945
    • Aleutians operation March 26 ? June 2, 1943
    • New Georgia Group operation June 20 ? October 16, 1943
    • Bismarck Archipelago operation June 25, 1943 ? May 1, 1944
    • Pacific Specified Raids?1943 August 31, 1943 ? October 6, 1943
    • Treasury-Bougainville operation October 27 ? December 15, 1943
    • Gilbert Islands operation November 13 ? December 8, 1943
    • Marshall Islands operation November 26, 1943 ? March 2, 1944
    • Asiatic-Pacific Specified Raids?1944 February 16, 1944 ? October 9, 1944
    • Western New Guinea operations April 21, 1944 ? January 9, 1945
    • Marianas operation June 10 ? August 27, 1944
    • Western Caroline Islands operation August 31 ? October 14, 1944
    • Leyte operation October 10 ? November 29, 1944
    • Luzon operation December 12, 1944 ? April 1, 1945
    • Iwo Jima operation February 15 ? March 16, 1945
    • Okinawa Gunto operation March 17 ? June 30, 1945
    • 3d Fleet operations against Japan July 10 ? August 15, 1945
    • Kurile Islands operation February 1, 1944 ? August 11, 1945
    • Borneo operations April 27 ? July 20, 1945
    • Tinian capture and occupation July 24 ? August 1, 1944
    • Consolidation and capture of Southern Philippines February 28 ? July 20, 1945
    • Hollandia operation (Aitape Humbolt Bay-Tanahmerah Bay) April 21 ? June 1, 1944
    • Manila Bay-Bicol operations January 29 ? April 16, 1945
    • U.S.S. Navajo--Salvage operations August 8, 1942 ? February 3, 1943
    • Action off Vanikoro July 17?21, 1943
    • Naval Group China (6 months duty required) February 19, 1943 ? May 4, 1945
    • Task Group 30.4 May 22 ? June 15, 1944
    • Task Group 12.2 July 5 ? August 9, 1944
    • Specified Minesweeping Operations Pacific June 23, 1945 ? March 2, 1946
    • Submarine War Patrols (Pacific ? 1 star for participation in each war patrol) December 7, 1941 ? September 2, 1945


    Other campaigns For members of the military who did not receive campaign credit, but still served on active duty in the Pacific Theater, the following ?blanket? campaigns are authorized for which the medal is awarded without service stars. Antisubmarine December 7, 1941 ? September 2, 1945 Ground Combat: December 7, 1941 ? September 2, 1945 Air Combat: December 7, 1941 ? September 2, 1945

    This is a genuine current made medal of the very highest USA made quality, in a mint, un-awarded condition, U.S. Government approved and of current regulation manufacture ready for service or veteran's wear - hallmarked (makers marked) 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, which is an Army Agency located at Ft Belvoir, Virginia. Graco has been authorized by IOH to manufacture DOD medals under an assigned Hallmark .This famous decoration is a must in your collection. This medal does not come in a box nor with a ribbon bar, you will receive just the medal.

    This US WW PACIFIC CAMPAIGN MEDAL will make a stunning addition to your collection

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