MEDALLA MILITAR USA. SERVICIO MILITAR EN EL ÁRTICO. ARTIC SERVICE. PRECINTADA.


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    MEDALLA MILITAR USA. CAMPAÑA DEL PACÍFICO EN LA SEGUNDA GUERRA MUNDIAL. PRECINTADA. ALGF

    US ARMY MEDAL. IIWW ASIATIC / PACIFIC CAMPAIGN. MINT. SEALED. ALGF

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    MEDALLA PRECINTADA, PERFECTO ESTADO. EMITIDA DE ACUERDOS A LAS DIRECTRICES DEL GOBIERNO ESTADOUNIDENSE.

    Descripción de la Medalla:

    The Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal is a service decoration of the Second World War which was awarded to any member of the United States military who served in the Pacific Theater from 1941 to 1945 and was created on November 6, 1942 by Executive Order 9265 issued by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

    There were twenty one official Army campaigns of the Pacific Theater [48 Navy/Marine campaigns], denoted on the service medal by service stars. The arrowhead device is authorized for those campaigns which involved amphibious assaults. The Fleet Marine Force combat operation insignia is also authorized for certain sailors. The flag colors of Japan and the United States are visible in the ribbon.

     


    Authorized Army campaigns for the Pacific Theater are as follows:

    Philippine Islands 7 Dec 41 - 10 May 42
    Burma, 1942 7 Dec 41 - 26 May 42
    Central Pacific 7 Dec 41 - 6 Dec 43
    East Indies 1 Jan 42 - 22 Jul 42
    India-Burma 2 Apr 42 - 28 Jan 45
    Air Offensive, Japan 17 Apr 42 - 2 Sep 45
    Aleutian Islands 3 Jun 42 - 24 Aug 43
    China Defensive 4 Jul 42 - 4 May 45
    Papua 23 Jul 42 - 23 Jan 43
    Guadalcanal 7 Aug 42 - 21 Feb 43
    New Guinea 24 Jan 43 - 31 Dec 44
    Northern Solomons 22 Feb 43 - 21 Nov 44
    Eastern Mandates 7 Dec 43 - 14 Jun 44
    Bismarck Archipelago 15 Dec 43 - 27 Nov 44
    Western Pacific 17 Apr 44 - 2 Sep 45
    Leyte 17 Oct 44 - 1 Jul 45
    Luzon 15 Dec 44 - 4 Jul 45
    Central Burma 29 Jan 45 - 15 Jul 45
    Southern Philippines 27 Feb 45 - 4 Jul 45
    Ryukyus 26 Mar 45 - 2 Jul 45
    China Offensive 5 May 45 - 2 Sep 45

     

    Authorized Navy campaigns for the Pacific Theater are as follows:

    Pearl Harbor--Midway 7 Dec 41
    Wake Island (Johnston Island 15-22 Dec 41) 8-23 Dec 41
    Philippine Islands Operation 8 Dec 41-6 May 42
    Netherlands East Indies engagements 23 Jan-27 Feb 42
    Pacific Specified Raids—1942 1 Feb 42-10 Mar 42
    Coral Sea 4-8 May 42
    Midway 3-6 Jun 42
    Guadalcanal-Tulagi landings (including First Savo) 7-9 Aug 42
    Capture and defense of Guadalcanal 10 Aug 42-8 Feb 43
    Makin Raid 17-18 Aug 42
    Eastern Solomons (Stewart Island) 23-25 Aug 42
    Buin-Faisi-Tonolai raid 5 Oct 42
    Cape Esperance (Second Savo) 11-12 Oct 42
    Santa Cruz Islands 26 Oct 42
    Guadalcanal (Third Savo) 12-15 Nov 42
    Tassafaronga (Fourth Savo) 30 Nov-1 Dec 42
    Eastern New Guinea operation 17 Dec 42-24 Jul 44
    Rennel Island 29-30 Jan 43
    Consolidation of Solomon Islands 8 Feb 43-15 Mar 45
    Aleutians operation 26 Mar-2 Jun 43
    New Georgia Group operation 20 Jun-16 Oct 43
    Bismarck Archipelago operation 25 Jun 43-1 May 44
    Pacific Specified Raids—1943 31 Aug 43-6 Oct 43
    Treasury-Bougainville operation 27 Oct-15 Dec 43
    Gilbert Islands operation 13 Nov-8 Dec 43
    Marshall Islands operation 26 Nov 43-2 Mar 44
    Asiatic-Pacific Specified Raids—1944 16 Feb 44-9 Oct 44
    Western New Guinea operations 21 Apr 44-9 Jan 45
    Marianas operation 10 Jun-27 Aug 44
    Western Caroline Islands operation 31 Aug-14 Oct 44
    Leyte operation 10 Oct-29 Nov 44
    Luzon operation 12 Dec 44-1 Apr 45
    Iwo Jima operation 15 Feb-16 Mar 45
    Okinawa Gunto operation 17 Mar-30 Jun 45
    3d Fleet operations against Japan 10 Jul-15 Aug 45
    Kurile Islands operation 1 Feb 44-11 Aug 45
    Borneo operations 27 Apr-20 Jul 45
    Tinian capture and occupation 24 Jul-1 Aug 44
    Consolidation and capture of Southern Philippines 28 Feb-20 Jul 45
    Hollandia operation (Aitape Humbolt Bay-Tanahmerah Bay) 21 Apr-1 Jun 44
    Manila Bay-Bicol operations 29 Jan-16 Apr 45
    U.S.S. Navajo--Salvage operations 8 Aug 42-3 Feb 43
    Action off Vanikoro 17-21 Jul 43
    Naval Group China (6 months duty required) 19 Feb 43-4 May 45
    Task Group 30.4 22 May-15 Jun 44
    Task Group 12.2 5 Jul-9 Aug 44
    Specified Minesweeping Operations Pacific 23 Jun 45-2 Mar 46
    Submarine War Patrols (Pacific – 1 star for participation in each war patrol) 7 Dec 41-2 Sep 45

    For members of the military who did not receive campaign credit, but still served on active duty in the Pacific Theater, the following “blanket” campaigns are authorized for which the medal is awarded without service stars.

    Antisubmarine 7 Dec 41 - 2 Sep 45
    Ground Combat: 7 Dec 41 - 2 Sep 45
    Air Combat: 7 Dec 41 - 2 Sep 45
    The Asiatic-Pacific Campaign Medal was first issued as a ribbon in 1941. A full medal was authorized in 1947, the first of which was presented to General of the Army Douglas MacArthur. The European Theater equivalent of the decoration was known as the European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal.
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