Navy Expeditionary Ribbon
Criteria: Landings on foreign territory and operations against armed opposition for which no specific campaign medal has been authorized
Devices: Silver "W" ,Bronze or Silver Star, "Wake Island" bar for participation in Wake Island, December 1941.
All of our ribbons come unmounted and with no holding bar.
The Navy Expeditionary Medal was authorized on August 5, 1936. The medal is awarded to members of the Navy who have engaged in operations against armed opposition in foreign territory or have served in situations warranting special recognition where no other campaign medal was awarded.
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