Military Ribbons??? Pins? WW2??




 
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December 16th, 2009  
m85xxx
 

Topic: Military Ribbons??? Pins? WW2??


I have 3 military ribbons..but there not cloth like i usually see..there gold/metal. I think there WW2. Does anyone know why there metal/hard not cloth?
THe colors are:
1.) Green, White, Red?
2.) Small yellow bar, dark green, small yellow, White, small yellow, dark green, small yellow?
3.) Small yellow, light green, small yellow with a "5" in it, white, small yellow?

I also have a red and white pin that says: Pro Patria Pro Humanitate
What is this?

Thanks
December 16th, 2009  
c/Commander
 
 
Pictures, if you don't mind...
December 16th, 2009  
m85xxx
 
I don't know how to post pictures..it says I can't attach photos..
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August 29th, 2010  
keeneagle
 

Topic: Pin ID


Your pin is a US Army crest for the 34th Medical Battalion. The design was approved December 21, 1942. The motto translates: For Country, For Humanity.

For more info check the book,
"U.S. Army Heraldic Crests
A Complete Illustrated History of Authorized Distinctive Unit Insignia"

by Barry Jason Stein

Hope this helps
Ed
 


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