Civil Actions Medal, II Class
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An eight-pointed star, the obverse center bears a circular red enamel medallion with three figures in the center, encompassed by a white enamel border inscribed with DAN VU BOI TINH, the reverse is plain, on a dark blue and red ribbon.
This medal was conferred upon military units or personnel of the Vietnam Armed Forces and Allied Forces in recognition of notable contributions and achievements to civil affairs.
The II Class Medal was awarded to Enlisted Personnel. The medal is identical for the I Class and II Class, but the ribbon differs. The II Class ribbon is dark green with 2 wide red vertical stripes.
It was awarded in 4 levels, which were represented by ribbon decorations:
1) Armed Forces - Palm
2) Corps - Gold Star
3) Division - Silver Star
4) Regiment/Brigade - Bronze Star
The obverse inscription translates to "Civil Action" and "Medal".
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