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Re: 30th Evacuation Hospital-Army Good Conduct Medal
Posted by: Patty Mackey (ID *****9144) Date: August 20, 2014 at 04:22:18
In Reply to: 30th Evacuation Hospital-Army Good Conduct Medal by Darryl Andrews of 22578

Darryl:
In WWII, as well as today, most everyone was awarded a Good Conduct Medal, unless they'd gone AWOL, or were involved in any other act of misconduct ...it's really no 'biggie'...they were usually issued upon discharge of the recipient....along with mustering out pay, etc. Servicemen who were career men would have received one each time they re-enlisted....the record of this medal/ribbon would appear in a given serviceman's 201 file (personal personnel file).
patty


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