American Heroes - Preserving WWII History
Army Distinguished Service Cross~2nd Highest Award for ValorSilver Star MedalLegion of Merit~Other ranksSoldiers MedalPurple Heart MedalArmy Commendation MedalArmy Good Conduct MedalAmerican Campaign MedalEuropean Theater Medal~Will contain 1 bronze star for each campaign plus a Arrowhead device if associated with an initial amphibious assault.WWII Occupation MedalPhillipine Liberation MedalArmy Presidential Unit CitationCombat Infantry BadgePara Glider Wings with two campaign stars and one Arrowhead for D-Day.French Fourragere~Awarded to units that received a 2nd award of the French Croix de Guerre~Units that were instrumental in liberating France.
US Navy PilotNavy parachutistNavy Pilot WingsAircrew WingsArmy Air Force Bombadier Wings
Navy Cross~2nd Highest Award for Valor in the NavyDistinguished Service MedalLegion of Merit Medal~OfficersDistinguished Flying Cross MedalBronze Star Medal~Awarded to all who saw combat in WWII by an Act of Congress in 1947Air MedalPrisoner of War MedalAmerican Defense MedalAsiatic Theater Medal~May contain 1 bronze star for each campaign plus and Arrowhead device if they particpated in an amphibious landing.WWII Victory MedalSouthwest Asia Service MedalUSMC and Navy Presidential Unit CitationEach Airborne Regiment had it's own distinct oval to mount their jump wings on. This oval is from the infamous 506th Regiment made famous by Easy Company of the Band of Brothers.Airborne Jump Wings with two campaign stars and one arrowhead for D-DayCombat Medic Badge~Awarded for service on the front lines during battle,Army Air Force Aerial Gunner
Surface warfarePT BoatSubmariner BadgeSubmariner Pin~Three combat patrol stars