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THE MEDALS

WW2 AREA U.S. FLAG

JOSEPH L. BEGIN
U.S. ARMY
180th Engineer Heavy Ponton Battalion
WORLD WAR II


 U.S. ARMY ENGINEER  

Corporal (CPL) Corporal (CPL)    Technical Sergeant (T/SGT) Technical Sergeant (TSGT)

JOSEPH BEGINS RIBBON'S
                                              Silver Service Star
Army Good Conduct American Defense Service American Campaign European - African - Middle Eastrn with Silver Star in lieu of Five Bronze Stars
WWII Victory Army of WWII Occupation with Germany Bar
                                                                                                                          Germany Occupation Bar

  DEVICES AND ATTACHMENTS
Small metal devices are worn on the ribbon bar or medal suspension ribbon to denote additional awards, campaigns or service. These attachments come in the form of stars, oak leaf clusters, numerals or arrowheads. Each service has different devices and manner of attachments.
BRONZE SERVICE STAR BRONZE SERVICE STAR BRONZE SERVICE STAR BRONZE SERVICE STAR BRONZE SERVICE STAR
FIVE BRONZE SERVICE STARS
SILVER SERVICE STAR
Silver Service Star
Worn in lieu of five Bronze Service Stars

Bronze Service Star
Represents participation in campaigns or operations, multiple qualification, or an additional award. 

MEDAL'S


 




Commemorative Medal's
 FRANCE NORMANDY JOL         LIBERATION OF FRANCE LIBERATION OF BELGIUM BATTLE OF THE BULGE VICTORY IN EUROPE WWII
50TH ANNIVERSARY WWII COLD WAR (HIS  U.S. NAVY RESERVE SERVICE )

And the U.S. Army Marksman Badge with Qualification Badge Bars for Rifle, Carbine and Pistol Shooting and Army Driver/Mechanic Badge With Driver -W & A- Badge Bars



 
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