384th Bombardment Group (Heavy) in World War II

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Campaign Ribbon Qualification

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This document describes the necessary qualifications for campaign ribbon awards for Musial. He was assigned to the 384th and subordinate units for the duration of the air war in Europe and therefore should be qualified to wear the EAME ribbon with six bronze campaign stars. In practice, a silver campaign star representing five campaigns would be worn with an additional bronze campaign star.

Image contributed by Ted Musial's nephew Tom Kazmark, 2020.

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