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    Does anyone know what these two US Navy ribbons were for?
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    Not sure, I can not remember seeing these before. Are you sure they’re US? I’m drawing a blank.

    Marty
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    These ribbons belonged to my father who served in the South Pacific. So yes, they’re US.

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    The red, blue, white ,red Filipino Liberation medal. Gary

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    Philippine Liberation Medal - Wikipedia

    You beat me Gary

    Semper Fi
    Phil

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    Quote by Erich S View Post
    These ribbons belonged to my father who served in the South Pacific. So yes, they’re US.
    Thank you for your fathers service.

    Marty
    Fortune favors the brave 644th td

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    Thank you very much guys.
    Any ideas on the tan red and black ribbon?

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    Quote by Erich S View Post
    Thank you very much guys.
    Any ideas on the tan red and black ribbon?
    Unofficial "China Liberation Ribbon"...that tan is actually white, just sullied

    The World War II China War Commemorative Medal

    The medal was issued by the Republic of China to any American or other member of the Allied Forces who served in the China Theater for at least 30 days between September 1939 and September 1948. The China Theater was defined as mainland China, Formosa, any part of the CBI Theater, and the waters of the Yellow Sea, or East and South China Sea. Also included is service in the Philippines, and participation in the Okinawa operation. The medal is no longer issued by the Republic of China.

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    Thanks Brig,
    China service makes sense.

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    I have to think that that is a fairly rare ribbon.
    gregM
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