United States Military Decoration Device Good Conduct Loop
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Good Conduct Loop Description
The Good Conduct loop is a bronze, silver, or gold device that is affixed to the Army Good Conduct medal. It is designed to designate each additional awarding, with a knot in the loop being the way of displaying the number earned. One bronze knot represents one award while one silver knot represents five and one gold knot represents ten respectively. The Army Good Conduct medal is the only one authorized to display this device, and no other branch uses it. (See Service Stars).This device is in a size.It comes in Bronze, Silver, and Gold.
|Navy and Marine Corps Presidential Unit Citation|
"To commemorate the first submerged circumnavigation of the world by the nuclear-powered submarine Triton during its shakedown cruise in 1960, all members of her crew who made that voyage were authorized to wear their Presidential Unit Citation ribbon with a special clasp in the form of a golden replica of the globe.