National Defense Service Medal & Vietnam Veteran
The National Defense Service Medal (NDSM) is a military service medal of the United States Armed Forces originally commissioned by President Dwight D. Vietnam veteran is a phrase used to describe someone who served in the armed forces of participating countries during the Vietnam War. /5
National Defense Service Medal Vietnam Veteran Patriot Guard Riders Vietnam Service Medal Army Commendation Medal Bronze Star Good Conduct Medal Oak Leaf Cluster Vietnam Campaign Medal Vietnam War Patriot Guard Rest In Peace South Vietnam John Sevier National Defense South Korean
Remembering this man who died serving his country. Just one of the 58,000 plus who died in the Vietnam War. My freedom is valuable because of the price that is paid. Rest In Peace sir. Birth: Jul. 11, 1929 Burgaw Pender County North Carolina, USA Death: Feb. 11, 1967 Binh Dinh, Vietnam SSG Oliver Gilman Rowe, Vietnam Veteran, Formerly of Maine, He was born in Burgaw, NC. Staff Sergeant Oliver Gilman Rowe Jr was a casualty of the Vietnam War. As a member of the Army, SSG Rowe served our country until February 11th, 1967 in South Vietnam. He served our country for 12 years. He was awarded The Bronze Star Medal for Meritorious Service, The Vietnam Service Medal, The Republic of Vietnam Campaign Service Medal, The National Defense Service Medal and the Good Conduct Medal(s).
CONFIRMED MISSION - Thu, 22 May 14 LTC William E Hattaway, 81, US Army, Retired, Vietnam Veteran, OF Kempner, TX The family of Lieutenant Colonel William Hattaway has requested the presence and participation of the Patriot Guard Riders at the Funeral Service and Interment of their Loved One. William was drafted into the Army in 1953. Following graduation from Officer's Candidate School in 1954, he spent the next two years as a fixed wing pilot in Korea, returning to Ft Rucker, AL, where he earned his helicopter pilot training and was selected to serve as a instructor in the Department of Rotary Wing. In 1960, he attended the Advanced Course at Ft Benning, GA, and soon transferred to Nuremberg, Germany, serving in the 2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment as a patrol pilot on the Czechoslovakian/East German border. In 1964, he received his Bachelor of Science Degree at the University of Nebraska, and subsequently assumed command of Headquarters Company 512 AIB, Ft Hood, TX. He joined the 1st Airmobile Cavalry Divis ...
A Vietnam Veteran's hat showing the correct placement of the ribbons (l-r) National Defense Service medal, Viet Nam Service medal, Viet Nam Campaign medal. Notice that the service medal has green on either end, as does the campaign medal. The different colors of green on the hat make it easier to see. The T shirt I bought was missing a green stripe on the edge of the service medal, next to the campaign medal. I can't believe no one but me noticed it after over 8,000 shirts sold over 10 years! I think they should have sent me a goody. Maybe I'll start a petition, ha ha.
ADR2 William J Odom, USN (R), Vietnam Veteran, Jacksonville, FL, 18 APR 14 ADR2 Wiliam James (Jim) Odom (Ret.) United States Navy Vietnam Veteran Jacksonville National Cemetery – 18 April 2014 The family of Jim Odom has requested the Patriot Guard Riders stand in silent respect for their hero. Jim joined the Navy in 1955 and served in several squadrons where he utilized his engine repair skills on C-1, C-2 and P-3 aircraft, including a tour as flight engineer for Admiral, Seventh Fleet. He served aboard aircraft carriers in the Gulf of Tonkin, serving as primary shuttle between Vietnam and those ships with C-1 and C-2 shipboard carrier borne transport aircraft. He received an honorable discharge in 1977. During his service, he earned the Vietnam Campaign Medal, National Defense Service Medal and Good Conduct Medals. This mission will be an Honor Mission at Jacksonville National Cemetery for interment service at 2:30 PM, Friday, 18 April 2014, at the JNC, 4083 Lannie Road, Jacksonville, FL 32218. Please ...
Ronald Phillip Ladouceu, 64, USA, Vietnam Veteran, Holly, MI, 27 SEP 13 The family of Pfc. Ronald Phillip Ladouceur has invited the Patriot Guard Riders to stand in honor of his service to his country. Mr. Ladouceur was born in Highland Park, Mich. 4/6/1949 passed 9/10/2013, he was 64 yrs. of age. Son of the late Phillip and Jeannine Ladouceur, he is survived by his brothers Stephen and Robert, sisters Dianne, Julie, and Yvonne. Pfc Ladouceur served in Vietnam from 8/7/1969 to 10/1/1970 as an armored personnel carrier driver and machine gunner with the 1st Cav., 23rd Infantry Division near Chu Lai. He was awarded a Purple Heart Bronze Star, National Defense Service Medal , Army Commendation Medal with First Oak Cluster, Republic of Vietnam Civil Actions Medal, First Class Unit Citation Badge, and 2 Overseas Bars. As a 100% disabled veteran Ronald spent a lot of his time as a sponsor in the AA 12 step program. Ronald was also an active member in the C.V.M.A.( Combat Veterans Motorcycle Assn.) Date: 09/2 .. ...
It is with a deeply saddened heart that I must announce that the State of Tennessee is in mourning as we have lost another hero. Chief Larry T. Symons, Sr. passed away while living in Hawaii, and has been transported back to the Knoxville/Maryville area to be buried here in East Tennessee State Veteran’s Cemetery – John Sevier. The family has asked that the Patriot Guard Riders be in attendance and help the family show honor to their fallen hero. It will be our honor to do so. Chief Symons was a highly decorated Vietnam Veteran. His awards include: National Defense Service Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Navy Expeditionary Medal, Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, Four Good Conduct Awards, Sea Service Ribbon with Bronze Star, Battle "E" Ribbon, Sailor of the Month Award, Meritorious Unit Commendation(x2), COMSIXTHFLT Letter of Commendation. The services will be held at the East Tennessee State Veterans Cemetery on John Sevier Hwy, Knoxville, TN at 11:30 am. The American Legion Riders, Post 13, Maryville, ...
*** was a decorated Vietnam vet". *** was NOT a decorated Vietnam Veteran, he had a Viet Nam service medal which means he was there, and a National Defense Service Medal which means he was in the Army. Both mean you had a pulse for the time specified, nothing more. Don't insult those who served with honor.
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