Republic of Vietnam Presidential Citation, Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation with Palm (three awards), United Nations Service Medal for Korea, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Republic of Vietnam Civil Actions Unit Award Honor Medal, Republic of Korea War Service Medal, Order of Saint Maurice, Combat Infantryman Badge (third award), Master Parachutist Badge with five Combat Jump Stars, French Croix de Guerre 82nd Airborne, Belgian Croix de Guerre 82nd Airborne, Dutch Order of the Orange 82nd Airborne, Doughboy Award 1999.
What does VCM stand for?
VCM stands for Vietnam Campaign Medal
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His military decorations included the Legion of Merit with Oak Leaf Cluster, Meritorious Unit Citation, Bronze Star medal, Joint Service Commendation medal and Army Commendation medal with two Oak Leaf Clusters, Vietnam Service Medal with four Bronze Service Stars, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm for combat service, Vietnam Campaign medal with 60 Device, Meritorious Service medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, Army Occupation medal (Germany), National Defense Service medal with Oak Leaf Cluster, United Nations Service medal, Korean Service medal and the Armed Forces Reserve medal.
He served in the United States Marines from 1967-1970 where he received the National Defense Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Vietnam Campaign Medal w/Device, Navy Achievement Medal W/ComDiDev, Navy Unit Citation, Combat Action Ribbon, Meritorious Unit Citation, Marksman Rifle Badge and Good Conduct Medal.
Chief Warrant Officer Three Allen's awards and decorations include the Bronze Star (2 OLCs), Meritorious Service Medal, Army Commendation Medal, Good Conduct Medal (6th award), Army of the Occupation Medal (Japan), National Defense Service Medal (1 OLC), Vietnam Service Medal (10 Campaigns), United Nations Service Medal, the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, the Korean Service Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, Meritorious Unit Commendation, and the Vietnam Cross of Gallantry with Palm.
During his thirty-one years of military service Colonel Roberson received the following decorations and awards: the DFC with 3 Oak Leaf Clusters (OLCs), Bronze Star, Air Medal with 15 OLCs, Meritorious Service Medal with one OLC, Army Commendation Medal, American Campaign Medal, Europe-Africa-Middle East Campaign Medal, World War II Victory Medal, Korean Service Medal, Vietnamese Service Medal, United Nations Medal, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal, Presidential Unit Citation, Republic of Korea Presidential Citation, Croix de Guerre with Palm, Vietnamese Medal of Honor, Russian Freedom Medal, and the Occupation Award Army Air Corps.
Dates of service: 1964--1996 Notable experience: Chief of psychiatry at the Oakland VA Medical Center for 10 years, where he created and oversaw mental health programs for active-duty service members and veterans living with HIV or AIDS Selected awards: Navy Commendation Medal, Vietnam Service Medal, Combat Action Ribbon, Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal On "don't ask, don't tell": At the VA hospital "I made darn sure active-duty Army and Navy folks could see me and not have any mention of [their sexuality] in their records.
He was honorably discharged in 1970 after serving in Vietnam where he earned a bronze star, national defense service medal, the Vietnam campaign medal, two overseas medals, a U.