Korea Medal 1950-1953

United Kingdom

Number of awards in the database: 3
Total awarded for WW II: unknown

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Approved By King George VI in 1951 it was awarded in recognition of the services ot the British Armed Forces in repelling agression in Korea.
The Qualifying periods were twenty-eight days afloat for the Royal Navy, one day in Korea for the Army amd for the RAF one operational patrol over Korea or Korean waters. A Bronze oakleaf signifying a Mention in Despatches is worn on the ribbon.

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