The US Korean Service Medal was awarded to members of the US armed forces who served 30 consecutive or 60 non-consecutive days in the Korea Theater between June 27, 1950 and July 27, 1954. The National Defense Service Medal was issued to all members of the armed forces who served between June 27, 1950 and July 27, 1959, whether serving in Korea or not.
A US Merchant Marine Korea Service Medal was awarded to members of the Merchant Marine for service in Korean waters between June 30, 1950 and September 30, 1953. In addition, there were several state & local medals issued to residents for service in the war. These include: Oklahoma Cross of Valor, Puerto Rico Natinoal Guard Combat Service Medal, Vermont National Defense Medal, Delaware National Guard Medal, Chelsea-North Chelsea Massachusetts Korea Service Medal, Leomister Massachusetts Korea Service Medal, City of Boston Korea Service Medal, New Jersey Korean Service Medal.
(Much of this info was taken form the book, Honors, Medals and Awards of the Korean War", by Kevin Ingraham.
There is no information available about Abon Bridges winning a specific medal for serving in Korea. More details about his military service would be needed to provide specific information about any medals or awards he received.
It's mandatory to do military service for 21 months in South Korea, that's all I could find, sorry x
10 gold medals
About 20 medals
150 medals or about 100
The one I was looking at is the United Nations service medal for korea.
In badminton, China, South Korea, and Indonesia have won the most medals.
Yes. Males in the Republic of Korea are required to serve two years of compulsory military service, and are subject to recall for eight years afterwards. Military service is also mandatory in the DPRK (North Korea).
South Korea has won a total of 215 medals including the summer and winter games. * 184 Summer * 31 Winter
Depends on which Olympics you want to know about.
They had 51 athletes in 10 Sports and Won 6 Medals including 4 Gold Medals