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Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal

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  1. a military award of the United States military, which was first created in 1961 by Executive Order of President John Kennedy

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  2. The decoration is awarded for participation in "any military campaign of the United States for which no other service medal is authorized." Additional awards of the medal are denoted by service stars, with the arrowhead device also authorized for Uni

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  3. Any false written or verbal claim to a decoration or medal or any wear, purchase, attempt to purchase, solicitation for purchase, mailing, shipping, import, export, manufacture, sale, attempt to sell, advertising for sale, trade, or barter of a decor

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  4. The Fleet Marine Force combat operation insignia is also authorized for certain sailors

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  5. Since its original conception over forty years ago, the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal has been awarded for United States participation in over forty five designated military campaigns

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