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Old 14 Nov 11, 20:08
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Originally Posted by RichardS View Post
Okay that is weird. He was in the Army for 3 years (more or less) 44-45-46. Now if it was for his USAF Good Conduct medal that would make more sense. Unless Combat time it is reduced to one year???
Check this out....

"The criteria was amended by Executive Order 9323, dated 31 March 1943, to authorize award for three years service after 7 December 1941 or one year service while the United States is at war".

http://www.tioh.hqda.pentagon.mil/Aw...d_conduct.aspx

oh your were right in calling them loops.... they must have changed the name.... I always heard them referred by knots.
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