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  • Canada. A Korean War & RCMP Long Service Group
  • Canada. A Korean War & RCMP Long Service Group
  • Canada. A Korean War & RCMP Long Service Group

Item: C4311

Canada. A Korean War & RCMP Long Service Group

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Canada. A Korean War & RCMP Long Service Group

Canadian Korea Medal, (13074-H J. SEKULICH) Naming is mechanically engraved; Canadian Volunteer Service Medal for Korea, unnamed; United Nations Korea Medal, (13074-H J. SEKULICH); Naming is mechanically engraved; Royal Canadian Mounted Police Long Service Medal, Elizabeth II, (J. SEKULIC). Naming is mechanically engraved; Footnote: John Sekulich had served in the Army and Air Cadets for three years prior to joining the Royal Canadian Navy on 7th July 1949. The H in his service number denotes that he was from a Halifax base ship. He served in Korea from 5.7.1950 to 6.4. 1951 on HMCS Cayuga. He completed his naval service on 7th July 1954. He enlisted in the RCMP in 1955, and they only take you as your name is spelt on your birth documents, so he became No. #18919 Constable J. Sekulic. He received his RCMP Long Service Medal in 1977. Comes with copy of his Naval Service Record.
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