Portrait of US Army General Maxwell Taylor as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, circa 1962-1964

Caption   Portrait of US Army General Maxwell Taylor as Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, circa 1962-1964 ww2dbase
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Added By C. Peter Chen
Added Date 24 Nov 2008

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1. Commenter identity confirmed David Stubblebine says:
24 Nov 2008 10:17:08 AM

General Taylor’s impressive ribbon set includes:
Top: Paratrooper “Jump” Wings with two combat jump stars
First Row: Distinguished Service Cross, Distinguished Service Medal with Oak Leaf Cluster
Second Row: Silver Star, Legion of Merit, Bronze Star
Third Row: Purple Heart, World War I Victory Medal, American Defense Medal
Fourth Row: American Campaign Medal, European-African-Middle East Campaign Medal with 7 battle stars, World War II Victory Medal
Fifth Row: World War II Occupation Medal, National Defense Service Medal, Korean Service Medal with 2 Battle Stars
Sixth Row: Unknown Foreign Decoration, French Croix de Guerre, Unknown Foreign Decoration
Seventh & Eighth Rows: 10 Unknown Foreign Decorations
Ninth Row: 3 Unknown Foreign Decorations, Unknown Korean Service Award with 2 Stars
10th Row: 3 Unknown Foreign Decorations, United Nations Korean Service Award
11th, & 12th Rows: 6 Unknown Foreign Decorations
and
Presidential Unit Citation with Oak Leaf Cluster.

Anyone who can fill in the blanks, please add comment.
2. Albany Rifles says:
25 Nov 2008 08:19:47 AM

On the ETO ribbon, add 2 arrow points for assault landings (Normandy and Holland)

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