The Southwest Asia Service Ribbon is officially hallmarked by the U.S. Institute of Heraldry. This ribbon is awarded to members of the United States Armed Forces who participated in or directly supported, military operations in Southwest Asia or in surrounding areas between August 2, 1990, and November 30, 1995 (Operations Desert Shield, Desert Storm, and follow-up). The medal was established by an executive order signed by President George Bush on March 15, 1991. The ribbon was originally instituted to be worn on uniform in 1991. Comes in a color pattern of black, tan, blue, white, red, tan, green, black, green, tan, red, white, blue, tan, and black from left to right. Southwest Asia 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. 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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