Members, please Id this ribbon bar and is it in correct order?

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Members, please Id this ribbon bar and is it in correct order?

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 24 Feb 2022 21:59

Ribbon bar legit
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Re: Members, please Id this ribbon bar and is it in correct order?

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 24 Feb 2022 22:06

Is the National Defense and the one on the left side(Korean Service) correct in preference?the blue and white striped one should it be on right? next to KUnited Nations? according to official charts Service?

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Re: Members, please Id this ribbon bar and is it in correct order?

Post by Mark in Cleveland, Tn. » 24 Feb 2022 22:19

Just now the owner of this confirmed my rant to him in another group that this IKe was a made up. as I told him in that group. I told him Ive made up Ikes back in the day to fool and decieve when Ikes were all over for $5.00.

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Re: Members, please Id this ribbon bar and is it in correct order?

Post by Joseph1821 » 02 May 2022 19:44

Army Good conduct with 6 year knot, WW2 Victory, WW2 Occupation, Korean Service with two campaign stars, National Defense Service, and UN Korean Service. The only thing could be what Mark said about switching the Korean Service and National Defense, but as the national defense medal was first awarded in 1953, about 3 years after the start of the war this individual could have placed it after the Korean service ribbon.

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