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How are medals attached to uniforms?
Service Dress Uniforms Wear full-sized medals on a service dress uniform from right to left. A second and third rows of medals will not contain more medals than the row below it.
How do you put medals on dress blues USMC?
Medals on the Marine Corps dress blue uniform should be centered above the left breast pocket and attached to a holding bar designed to support their weight. This holding bar should be centered between the first and second buttons on the coat.
How do you wear medals on Navy dress blue uniform?
Large medals are worn on the service coat or jumper of Full Dress Blues and Full Dress White. When wearing more than one medal, suspend them from a holding bar that supports the medal’s weight. Place the holding bar of the lowest row of medals in the same position as the lowest ribbon bar.
Where do you put medals?
You can place your medals on the shelves that line the inside of the case.
- If your medals are attached to ribbons, you can remove them or simply tuck them behind the medals.
- Coin cases are covered by glass and will protect your medals from dust!
What order do my medals go in USMC?
The DSSM shall be placed in precedence after the MOH, the Distinguished Service Crosses of the Services, the DDSM, the Distinguished Service Medals of the Services, and the Silver Star, but before the Legion of Merit.
In what order should ww2 medals be displayed?
The medal at the left of the bar should be placed first and the remainder of the ribbons placed so that they overlap equally the medal on the right, or senior medal, being in full view. When mounting medals in this manner, it is not possible to bring the ribbon back through the slot in the bar.
How do I display ww2 medals?
According to the general protocol for displaying medals, the highest honors should be placed to the top left in order of precedence. It’s also advised to assemble medals of the same category together. For example, all the stars, with the highest-ranking to the top left, and then patches, pins, and ribbons.