|WWII USMC/MARINE Good Conduct Medal numbered on rim|
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WWII era USMC Good Conduct with a ribbon that has seen better days. All of the parts are there so maybe the ribbon can be replaced. There is a number on the rim of No 65664. The c;asp on the upper part still works fine.
|Vintage WWII US Military Good Conduct Award Medal|
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This is a WWII US Military Good Conduct Medal. You do not see pieces like this around very often.
|BRONZ WWII GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL EFFICIENCY FIDELITY HONOR|
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THIS PARTICULAR MEDAL WAS ACTUALLY PRESENTED DURING WORLD WAR TWO. (((THESE WERE AWARDED ONLY ON A SELECTIVE BASIS TO SOLDIERS WHO DISTINGUISHED THEMSELVES FROM OTHER FELLOW SOLDIERS.))) IT IS AN AUTHENTIC BRONZE WWII GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL WITH AN EAGLE STANDING ON A BOOK AND SWORD WITH WINGS SPREAD AND ENCIRCLED WITH THE WORDS 'EFFICIENCY HONOR FIDELITY.' - 1 & 1/4 INCH DIAMETER. - EXCELLENT CONDITION.
|ORIGINAL WW2 GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL,RIBBON,LAPEL & EXTRA RI|
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THIS IS A ORIGINAL WW2 SLOT BROTCH GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL WITH RIBBON BAR, EXTRA RIBBON AND A LAPEL. ALL WW2 AND IN EXELLENT CONDITION. NOT NAMED .
|VINTAGE WW2 US ARMY GOOD CONDUCT MEDAL ORDER AWARD|
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Original US Army Good Conduct medal. This was made during WW2, it is not a later Korean or Vietnam era medal, so should be perfect for your relatives or WW2 medal display. Excellent piece, very good condition. Pin backed. The Army Good Conduct Medal (AGCM) was established by Executive Order 8809, 28 June 1941 and was ammended by Executive Order 9323, 1943 and by Executive Order 10444, 10 April 1953. It is awarded for exemplary behavior, efficiency, and fidelity in active Federal military service. It is awarded on a selective basis to each soldier who distinguishes himself or herself from among his or her fellow soldiers by their exemplary conduct, efficiency, and fidelity throughout a specified period of continuous enlisted active Federal military service, as outlined in this chapter. There is no right or entitlement to the medal until the immediate commander has approved the award and the award has been announced in permanent orders. See glossary for definition of "active Federal military service."