A Second War Bronze Star Pair to the United States Marine Corps
A Second War Bronze Star Pair to the United States Marine Corps - Bronze Star (bronze, engraved "WILLIAM G KINCIAD" in capitals on the reverse, 34.5 mm x 37 mm, with its 13.5 mm x 35.7 mm Ribbon Bar); and Marine Corps Good Conduct Medal (bronze, engraved "WILLIAM G KINCAID 1945" in capitals on the reverse, 34 mm). Naming on the BS as been spelled incorrectly the "A" an "I" transposed. Original ribbons with brooch pinbacks, extremely fine. Accompanied by his Identification Tag (steel, stamped "KINCAID, WILLIAM G 896263 P TET - 12/43 TYPE A USMCR", 31.8 mm x 38 mm) and a Photograph of Kincaid in Uniform (black and white, 101 mm x 150 mm, slightly curled). Footnote: Private First Class William G. Kincaid enlisted with the Marine Corps Reserve on October 6, 1943, with the First Recruit Battalion, Recruit Depot, Marine Barracks, Parris Island, South Carolina. He was later named a Corporal in October 1944 with Headquarters and Headquarters Company at Parris Island and is listed on the muster roll as of July 1946.