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emancheno - Puerto Rico Military Medals, Awards, Badges & Challenge Coins

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Military under Spain Reign Pre-1898, U.S. Spanish American War, U.S. Army, Puerto Rico State & National Guard. 

69 items (showing items 61–69)

US Computer And Telecomunications Station, 1904-2004. 2004. Guilt bronze and enamel. Red Interamericana De Telecomunicaciones Navales.
 
Fort Buchanan Puerto Rico. c2000's. Bronze. Sentinel Of The Caribbean, Puerto Rico.
 
Desert Storm. 2001. Bronze and enamel. Obverse - Tormenta Del Desierto, Guardia Nacional De Puerto Rico 1991-2001, Liberation Of Kuwait, Reverse - YOU CAN, Puerto Rico Army National Guard, 219th QM (Wtr). 162D Field Svc Co. 146th Med Det. 201st Evac Hosp. 3678th Ord Co. 1600th Ord Co. 544th MP Co. 240th MP Co. 480th MP Co. 755th MP Co. 225th MP Co.
 
Premio General Salvador M. Padilla Cuidadano-Soldado Distinguido. Bronze. Fuerzas Militares De Puerto Rico (F.M.D.P.R.) Sirviendo Gallardamente con Honor y Orgullo desde 1510, 16 de Mayo 1992, Artista Ferdinand Vega - numerada - #222 de tirada de 300.
 
U.S. Army Purple Heart. U.S. Feb 20, 1966. Gilt bronze. Pedro Santos-Pinedo was a Private First Class Infantryman for the U.S. Army serving with the 1st Cavalry Airmobile Division during the Vietnam War. He was killed in action on February 20 1966, small arms fire in South Vietnam. He was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico on February 9 1943, he was single and a Roman Catholic.
 
Vietnam Military Merit Medal. South Vietnam, Feb 1966. Gilt bronze. The Vietnam Military Merit Medal was the highest military decoration bestowed to enlisted men by the Republic of Vietnam modelled after the French Medaille Militaire for valor while fighting the enemy. Awarded to PFC Pedro Santos-Pinedo, Infantryman for the U.S. Army serving with the 1st Cavalry Airmobile Division during the Vietnam War. He was killed in action on February 20 1966, small arms fire in South Vietnam. He was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico on February 9 1943, he was single and a Roman Catholic. Obverse - Quan Cong Boi Tinh ToDuoc Trian, Reverse - Quan Cong Boi Tinh Vietnam Cong Hoa.
 
92nd Infantry Brigade (Seperate). unknown. Gilt bronze and enamel. Puerto Rico Army National Guard, rev-Presented By The Commander "A Lo Que Vinimos".
 
Officer Candidate School, Ft Allen, Puerto Rico. unknown. Gilt bronze. "Hard Things Are Put In Our Way Not To Stop Us But To Call Out Our Courage and Strengh". Class 33, Working Hard To Win That Bar.
 
Officer Candidate School. unknown. White metal and enamel. Class "36, "Ready To Rock", Headquarters 201st, Regiment (MF) RTI, Ft Allen, P.R.
 

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