How To Create Your Vietnam War Veteran Military Shadow Box Infographic

How To Create Your Vietnam War Veteran Military Shadow Box Infographic

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Vietnam War Veteran Military Shadow Box

How To Create Your Vietnam War Veteran Military Shadow Box

How To Create Your Vietnam War Veteran Military Shadow Box Infographic, 7.0 out of 10 based on 5 ratings
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  1. Walt Williams at 8:04 pm
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    The RVNGCUC ribbon —- Do you mean anyone who served in Vietnam is awarded that ribbon or is it just for the Army. I was attached to NAVSUPACT 1968-69.

    • Albert at 2:39 am
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      All US Military who served in-country are authorized to wear it. You can request a records and medals search from your respective branch. I did such several years back and was surprised to
      learn I was authorized to wear a couple of additional medals and ribbons.

  2. Greg at 1:06 pm
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    I saw a unique box pictured on the set of Hawaii 5 0 recently flag was folded at the bottom with stars showing and then medals worked up to a point on both sides and ribbons at the side top left with what looked like a placard on the right side never seen a display like this anywhere any one know where it was designed.

  3. Bill at 7:23 pm
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    I was surprised to see the CoG on the rack as above. I was under the impression that the CoG and the Civil Actions medal should be worn on the right side of the uniform. I admit that i am not sure and have been searching for confirmation as i am preparing to assemble my shadow box and want it right!
    Anybody help here?

  4. Jerry at 10:19 pm
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    I have RVNCM W/DVC on my DD 214. I do not know what the w/dvc is. Does anyone? I have requested this, VSM W/2 BRONZE SVC STARS as well. And I have ATP 21-114, CBR, GEN CONV listed under education and training completed and do not remember what these are either. Anyone know?

    • Ben at 7:05 pm
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      w/dvc is an abbreviation for “with device”, which in the case of the RVNCM refers to the metallic banner stamped with “1960 – ” . ATP 21-114 is the Army Basic Training program of instruction, CBR stands for “Chemical Biological and Radiological training, and GEN CONV is short for Geneva Convention, or Law of Land Warfare training.

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