Womens Army Corps Ribbon Mil-thin
Created in 1943 by order of President Franklin Roosevelt to recognize the contribution of women to the United States military during the Second World War.
The Women's Army Corps Service Medal is awarded to any service member who was a member of the Women's Army Auxiliary Corps between July 10, 1942, and August 31, 1943 or the Women's Army Corps between September l, 1943, and September 2, 1945. The medal is issued as a one time decoration and there are no devices authorized for additional presentations.
The Women's Army Corps Service Medal is considered obsolete since, in the modern age, the 21st century United States military is a combined service and no longer maintains separate service corps for women.