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Air Force Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service

Condition: VF+

Nuclear Deterrence Operations Service Medal. With ribbon bar. 

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Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Army

Condition: VF

Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Army. Crimp brooch. 

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Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Navy

Condition: VF

Armed Forces Reserve Medal, Navy reverse. Crimp brooch; an older strike. 

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Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal

Condition: VF+

Army Reserve Components Achievement Medal, National Guard. 

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Coast Guard Good Conduct (Coates, 1955)

Condition: VF

Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal, hand-engraved “Gerald S. Coates, Jr./3-30-55/CGC Laurel”

Gerald S. Coates, Jr, was born in 1932 in Danville, Pennsylvania, and died there in October 2009. His obituary notes his service in the Coast Guard during the Korean War. CGC Laurel was commissioned in 1942 as a buoy tender. In 1946, she was assigned to Rockland, Maine, and remained home-ported there until 1969.
 

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Coast Guard Good Conduct (Dieffenbacker, 1954)

Condition: Near VF

Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal, hand-engraved “Fred H. Dieffenbacker/12-21-54/CGC Bibb”, with three bronze stars on the ribbon. The ribbon has been cut and resewn on the reverse; the pendant shows some discoloration. With a uniform name tag “Diefenbacher” (Note the spelling difference between the medal and the name tag.)

CGC Bibb, a 327-foot cutter, was commissioned in 1938 and served in the Atlantic and Pacific during World War II, seeing substantial action. She served until 1985, mostly in weather observation roles.
 

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Coast Guard Good Conduct (Donnini, 1945)

Condition: VF

Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal, hand-engraved “Frank L./Donnini/12-15-45/USCGTS Groton”.

Chief Machinist Mate Frank Louis Donnini, from New Britain, Connecticut, was born in December 1908 and died in November 1997. He served from December 1942 through May 1946. He is buried in the Florida National Cemetery, Bushnell, Florida. Coast Guard Training Station Groton was established in 1942 and operated through 1967, with a variety of Coast Guard basic and advanced training schools.
 

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Coast Guard Good Conduct (Wilson, 1952)

Condition: VF

Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal, hand-engraved “Paul A./Wilson/2-15-52/CGC Fir”. Some darkening to the pendant.

Damage Controlman Third Class Paul Allen Wilson was born in May 1928 and died in December 2008. He is buried in the Willamette National Cemetery, Portland, Oregon. His grave marker indicates service in World War II and the Korean War. CGC Fir was built as a lighthouse tender in 1939. She remained in service until 1992.
 

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Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal

Condition: VF

Coast Guard Good Conduct Medal, unnamed. First type. 

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Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

Condition: VF+

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal. 

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Korea Defense Service Medal

Condition: VF+

Korea Defense Service Medal. This medal was created in 2002 for those who served in Korea after the end of the Korean War.

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Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal

Condition: VF+

Military Outstanding Volunteer Service Medal. 

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Multi-National Force and Observers Medal

Condition: VF

Multi-National Force and Observers Medal. Crimp brooch. 

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Navy Good Conduct (Gillett, USS Monterey 1912)

Condition: VF

Navy Good Conduct Medal pendant, hand-engraved “George/G. Gillett/USS/Monterey/ Dec 13, 1912" (pendant and loop only).

George G. Gillett was born in April 1888. The 1910 US Census shows him aboard USS Monterey, based in the Philippines. Gillett died in 1974 and is buried in Inglewood, California. His grave marker notes “Sgt, US Army, WWI”. USS Monterey (BM-6) was a monitor, providing heavy gun support to the Navy in the Philippines and along the China coast.
 

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Navy Good Conduct Medal, "Nickel Cross"

Condition: VF

Navy Good Conduct Medal, Type 1 ("Nickel Cross"), hand-engraved "Jno. Robertson".

The "Nickel Cross" was awarded from 1870 to around 1884. In that time, about 4500 were awarded.

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Navy Good Conduct Medal, Japanese-made

Condition: VF+

Navy Good Conduct Medal, unnamed; clutch-back, boxed. Made in Japan during the Vietnam War era. 

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Organized Marine Corps Reserve Medal

Condition: VF+

Organized Marine Corps Reserve Medal. Crimp brooch. In its original issue titled blue box.

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Prisoner of War Medal

Condition: VF+

Prisoner of War Medal, unnamed. 

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ROTC Superior Cadet Medal, Senior Division

Condition: VF

Reserve Officer Training Corps. Superior Cadet Medal, senior division. 

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USMC Good Conduct (Reid, 1936-1940)

Condition: VF

Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, hand-engraved “No.A2134/Joseph/A.Reid, Jr./1st Enlistment/ 1936-1940".  Ribbon wear at the lower bar.

 

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USMC Good Conduct (Shioutakon, 1923-1926)

Condition: VF

Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, hand-engraved “No.80389/William G. Shioutakon/2nd Enlistment/1923-1926". With copied service records. Ribbon worn.

Shioutakon had prior service in the Army, being a Cook in Company B, 163rd Infantry, 41st Division, from July 1918 through November 1919. He enlisted in the Marine Corps in 1923 and served primarily at Quantico and Guantanamo. In 1927, he was assigned to the 8th Marines, Eastern Reserve Area, in Philadelphia, remaining there at least until 1927. He died in January 1934 and is buried at Arlington Cemetery.
 

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USMC Good Conduct (Stadler, 1920-1922)

Condition: VF

Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, hand-engraved “No.74395/Raymond J. Stadler/2nd Enlistment/1920-1922".

After brief assignments in Marine Detachments aboard USS Minnesota and USS Mississippi, Stadler spent most of his enlistment in Marine Guard duties at Navy Yard Puget Sound.
 

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USMC Good Conduct (Tracy, 1920-1924)

Condition: VF

Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal, hand-engraved “No.76762/Samuel/Tracy/1st/ Enlistment/1920-1924".

Samuel Tracy was initially assigned to 3rd Air Squadron at Quantico, rising to sergeant by January 1924.  In March 1924, he went AWOL for 19 days and faced court-martial, which reduced him to private. In September 1924, he was convicted of the theft of $125.00, confined for 18 months and received a Dishonorable Discharge.
 

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