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eMedals-South Korea. A War Service Medal (AKA Incident Participation Medal) 1950-1953

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South Korea. A War Service Medal (AKA Incident Participation Medal) 1950-1953

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South Korea. A War Service Medal (AKA Incident Participation Medal) 1950-1953

Korea (Republic, South Korea); Bronze, 33.7 mm (w) x 43 mm (h) inclusive of its integral suspension, original ribbon with pinback, extremely fine.

Footnote: The Republic of Korea War Service Medal (AKA Incident Participation Medal) is a decoration of South Korea, which was first authorized in December 1950. Originally known as the Incident Participation Medal, the medal was first authorized to South Korean troops who had participated in the initial counter-assaults against North Korean aggression in June 1950. It was expanded to recognize members of a military who served with South Korea during the Korean War, from June 25, 1950 to July 27, 1953. Personnel must have served thirty consecutive days or sixty non-consecutive days to be eligible for the award.
 
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