Click title/picture for details. offer US $19.51 Original full sized United States Navy Pilot/Aviation Qualification wings. This very special badge is awarded to US Navy officer candidates for the successful completion of the extremely tough and arduous USN Pilot/Aviators Course, which qualifies the recipient as a trained and qualified US Navy Pilot.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $115.00 ORIGINAL U.S. Navy 3-Ring Spanish Campaign Medal in Original QM Distribution Envelope: Spanish American War service medal with distinctive Split Wrap Brooch having the distinctive "Tiffany" Style Catch, and Three Ring suspension, and correct unnumbered planchet. Original Bastion Brothers 1923 contract, in MINT Condition, with all original components. This came out of a recently discovered collection of early medals, never touched, and IS an original government issue. A nice Federal Naval Campaign Medal, and as nice a condition as you will find.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $23.24 This is a genuine current as awarded US NAVY DIVING OFFICER QUALIFICATION BADGE. It was manufactured by a current US Government manufacturer Vanguard USA, and is federal regulation hallmarked on the reverse V-21-N. It measures 26.mm (H) x 30.mm (W). It has a beautiful antique bronze finish, with extremely fine detail. It is worn on a Naval Tunic as a breast badge, and is attached with two prongs and clutch back plugs.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $29.95 World War Two 1943 Dated WWII United States Navy USN U.S.N. Navy Good Conduct Medal, Dated Radarman Ratings and Ship Belt Buckle Grouping Group. This group consists of an unnamed Navy Good Conduct Medal with long ribbon, 2 Blue Wool and 2 White Cotton Radarman 2nd Class Petty Officer Ratings, three of which are dated 1943 and one is named, and a brass roller buckle with what appears to be a Navy Cruiser on it. There is no name with this group but it all came together.
Click title/picture for details. offer US $16.95 Extremely hard to find set of nine U.S. Navy Civilian Medal Ribbons. Top to bottom, left to right: Distinguished/Superior Civilian Medal for Valor (both medals use the same ribbon), Distinguished Civilian Service, Superior Civilian Service, Meritorious Civilian Service, Distinguished Public Service, Superior Public Service, Meritorious Public Service, Captain Robert Dexter Conrad Award for Scientific Achievement, and the Distinguished Achievement in Science Medal. -