ND National Emergency Service Medal Ribbon

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  • Officially Hallmarked and approved by the U.S. Institute of Heraldry
  • Official military grade, premium quality regulation size ribbon
  • Ribbon made to the highest official government standards and uniform approved
  • Made, inspected, and shipped by Veterans in the USA
  • Ribbon holding bars are sold separately
The North Dakota National Emergency Service Ribbon is officially hallmarked by the U.S. Institute of Heraldry state ribbon. This ribbon is awarded for service performed in the North Dakota National Guard personnel while on AD for more than 30 days during the period of the Berlin Crisis (October 1st, 1961 through August 15th, 1962). Was authorized on November 2nd, 1962 and in February of 1968 731 of these ribbons were issued. The ribbon has a color pattern of blue (3/32), red (⅜), white (1/16), blue (1/16), white (1/16), and blue (1/16). On the bar of this ribbon, which is not included, it is inscribed “Berlin Crisis” which is always attached to the holding bar when in uniform. ND National Emergency Service Ribbons are made with the highest government standards and are US Military approved. All ribbons of the US Military are made in the USA by US Veterans. Ribbons are unmounted and do not come with a holding bar. To purchase this ribbon for yourself or a family member's shadow box, or display case, we require a DD-214 or other valid proof that this medal was honorably awarded.
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