Navy Good Conduct Medal World War II
The Navy Good Conduct Medal was established by SECNAV on 26 April 1869 to recognize the “all-around” good Navy enlisted person, well qualified in all phases of conduct and performance. The CNO has review authority over the GCM and designates specific criteria for the award.
1. 3/16" Bronze Star for each additional award
The World War II version of the Navy Good Conduct Medal is no longer available to the government. MilitaryVetsPX.com through a special arrangement with the manufactuar carries this medal as a service to it's recipients who may need a replacement medal or an additional medal for display or framing.
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