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UVM-0028 Vietnam War Era US Sepcial Forces Medal Grouping

This item is listed for historical interest only. It is not for sale.
Item #27054

Named to Raymond H. Gsell. He served his country for 23 years in the United States Army in the Infantry Special Forces while completing tours in Korea, Vietnam, and El Salvador. Mr. Gsell retired in 2002 from the Bay County Sheriff's Department where he was a communications specialist in the dispatch center, part- time bailiff, and staff assistant. He also volunteered for the Bay County Sheriff's Auxiliary program. Ray was a Mason, Shriner, a member of the American Legion, and an avid motorcycle rider. 
This set contains three named and thirteen unnamed medals. and are as follows; Named Postwar Bronze Star cased set, Named Postwar US Army Military Merit Medal cased set, Named US Army Good Conduct Medal, Bronze Star cased set, US Army Military Merit Medal cased set, two  boxed US Army Good Conduct Medals, boxed National Defense Medal, Occupation Medal. Occupation Medal with Japan bar, boxed Vietnam Campaign Medal, boxed Vietnam Campaign Medal with three stars, two Korean Service Medal sets, Korean Service Medal with 4 stars, and two UN Korean Service Medals.
In addition, set contains one dogtag set for Raymond Gsell, five dogtags for a Martin Gsell, a Combat Infantry Badge, two green berets size 6 7/8, a plaque given to Raymond for being a part of Advisory Team 91 from July 1966 to November 1966, three marksmanship badges with rifle and grenade bars, a 1st Special Forces challenge coin, 1st Special Forces Distinctive Unit Insignia pin, USAF Civilian Firearm Authorization card and holder, and three framed certificates (army commendation medal and two bronze star medals).

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