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Sgt Omar Aceves, Sr
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~With honor and respect~
- Kerstin
 Added: Jan. 12, 2017
 

- sniksnak
 Added: Jan. 13, 2016
 

- RIN
 Added: Jan. 12, 2016
 
Thinking of You Today on Your Angel Day
- L Nystrom
 Added: Jan. 12, 2016
 

- Forever loved: Beatrice
 Added: Jan. 12, 2016
 

- Diana McDevitt Eyler
 Added: Jan. 12, 2016
 
With honor and respect. ★☆★
- sniksnak
 Added: Jan. 12, 2016
 

- Maja
 Added: Jan. 12, 2016
 
Remembering Sgt. Omar Aceves, Sr.
- Diane Miller
 Added: Jan. 10, 2016
 

- sniksnak
 Added: Jan. 10, 2016
 

- Sheila Cole Deinhart
 Added: Sep. 27, 2015
 

- jhenry
 Added: Sep. 12, 2015
 

- rw2009
 Added: May. 19, 2015
 

- Love Always, Renee
 Added: Mar. 22, 2015
 

- sniksnak
 Added: Jan. 13, 2015
 
Angel Day Blessings. May you rest in peace.
- wings214
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 

- Star Kline
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 

- Pat
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 
Angel Day Blessings.
- Forever loved: Beatrice
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 

- Saffron♥Wings
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 
Angel Day Blessings.
- RMW
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 

- Hans. ♥Jღ
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 
Angel Day blessings,
- Arleta💕
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 

- Sueღ
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 

- Maja
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 

- RAP
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 

- Cheryl Hanson
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 
With honor and respect. ★☆★
- sniksnak
 Added: Jan. 12, 2015
 

- Debi
 Added: Jan. 11, 2015
 

- A Golden Girl
 Added: Jan. 11, 2015
 

- Esther Kinder
 Added: Jan. 11, 2015
 

- Diane Miller
 Added: Jan. 10, 2015
 

- sniksnak
 Added: Jan. 10, 2015
 
Thank you for your service and your supreme sacrifice
- Thea Goodman
 Added: Dec. 2, 2014
 

- dhbღ
 Added: Nov. 17, 2014
 
Happy birthday.
- Forever loved: Beatrice
 Added: Nov. 17, 2014
 

- Maja
 Added: Nov. 17, 2014
 

- wings214
 Added: Nov. 17, 2014
 

- Everything I own!
 Added: Nov. 17, 2014
 

- Arleta💕
 Added: Nov. 17, 2014
 

- Cheryl Hanson
 Added: Nov. 17, 2014
 
With honor and respect. ★☆★
- sniksnak
 Added: Nov. 17, 2014
 
Heavenly Birthday Blessings.
- RMW
 Added: Nov. 16, 2014
 

- Diane Miller
 Added: Nov. 15, 2014
 

- sniksnak
 Added: Nov. 7, 2014
 

- snoopy
 Added: Sep. 24, 2014
 

- dhbღ
 Added: Aug. 22, 2014
 
Staff Sgt. Aceves joined the U.S. Army Afghanistan War and Iraq War.
- Judy Richards
 Added: Jun. 10, 2014
 
The Afghanistan Campaign Medal is a military award of the United States military which was created by Executive Order 13363 of President George W. Bush on November 29, 2004.[1] The Afghanistan Campaign Medal was designed by the U.S. Army Institute of Heraldry. The Afghanistan Campaign Medal became available for general distribution in June 2005. It is awarded to any member of the U.S. military who has performed duty within the borders of Afghanistan (or its airspace) for a period of thirty consecutive days or sixty non-consecutive days. The medal is retroactive to October 24, 2001 and is active until a date to be determined. Personnel who have been engaged in combat with an enemy force, or personnel who have been wounded in combat within Afghanistan, may receive the Afghanistan Campaign Medal regardless of the number of days spent within the country. The medal is also awarded posthumously to any service member who dies in the line of duty within Afghanistan, including from non-combat injuries such as accidents and mishaps. The Afghanistan Campaign Medal may be awarded with the Arrowhead device for qualified soldiers. The Afghanistan Campaign Medal may be awarded with the combat operation insignia for qualified sailors assigned to Marine Corps units. The following are the established combat campaigns authorized for service stars on the Afghanistan Campaign Medal.
- Judy Richards
 Added: Jun. 10, 2014
 
NATO Kosovo Medal, Service: All Services, Instituted: Yugoslavia: 1 July 1992, Kosovo: 7 June 2000. Criteria: Service under NATO command and in direct support of NATO operations for (a) 30 days service in or 90 days outside the former Republic of Yugoslavia and the Adriatic Sea or (b) 30 continuous/accumulated days on land, at sea or in the air space of the Province of Kosovo. Devices: Bronze Star Notes: Above date denotes when award was authorized for wear by U.S. Armed Forces personnel. Awarded to U.S. military personnel for service under the NATO command and in direct support of NATO operations. Recipients, as of this writing, may qualify for two NATO operations: (1) Former Yugoslavia: 30 days service inside or 90 days outside the former Republic of Yugoslavia after July 1, 1992 to a date to be determined. (2) Kosovo: 30 continuous/accumulated days in or around the former Yugoslavian province of Kosovo from October 13, 1998 to a date to be determined. Multiple rotations or tours in either operational area will only qualify for a single award of that medal. The NATO Medal, like the United Nations Medal, has a common planchet/pendant but comes with unique ribbons for each operation. As in the case of the United Nations, U.S. Service personnel who qualify for both NATO Medals will wear the first medal/ribbon awarded and a bronze service star on the ribbon bar and suspension ribbon to denote the second award. As before however, the two medal clasps which may accompany the medal. i.e., "FORMER YUGOSLAVIA and KOSOVO" may not be worn on the US military uniform. The medal is a bronze disk featuring the NATO symbol in the center surrounded by olive branches around the periphery. The reverse contains the inscription, "NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION" in English around the top edge and the same wording in French along the lower edge. A horizontal olive branch separates the central area into two areas. Atop this, set in three lines, is the inscription, "IN SERVICE OF PEACE AND FREEDOM" in English. The same text in French on four lines is inscribed in the lower half. Awarded to various militaries of the world under the authority of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization. There are currently nine versions of the NATO Medal in existence, for service in Yugoslavia, Kosovo, Republic of Macedonia, two for service during Article 5 operations (Eagle Assist, Active Endeavor) , and three for Non-Article 5 NATO operations (ISAF, Balkans, NTM-Iraq). In addition, there are corresponding clasps for operations such as ISAF, Kosovo, Former Yugoslavia, NTM-Iraq (NATO Training Mission-Iraq) and clasps designating Article 5, and Non-Article 5 designations. The 'Former Yugoslavia Bar' bar has been removed from the original medal since it is not authorized per Dept of Def regulations.
- Judy Richards
 Added: Jun. 10, 2014
 
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