Medals of America Releases New Article Discussing the Wear of Medals and Ribbons on Civilian Clothing

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Medals of America is widely known as the #1 supplier of Official United States Military medals, campaign ribbons, apparel, gear, and gifts. In their recent blog post at, they recently discussed how and when to wear medals and campaign ribbons on apparel other than official uniforms.

Medals of America recently posted a blog about wearing medals and ribbon racks on suits and other non-uniform apparel. The blog post is very helpful and informative when it comes to deciding how and when to wear such awards for certain events like weddings, funerals, and other formal occasions.

According to Medals of America, it has been popular in the past for European veterans to display their medals and awards on their civilian apparel. Since WWII, it has become more common in the United States for veterans to wear their awards as well, since the Second World War brought about more medals and ribbons than other conflicts before. Many veterans have asked for information on wearing awards in civilian situations, and Medals of America answered with a simple, yet detailed post. In the post are instructions and tips for members of each branch of the armed forces.

Medals of America has always been devoted to veterans. The business was created by veterans, and has been veteran owned and operated for over thirty years.

About Medals of America

Medals of America, is your premier source for Military Dog Tags, United States Military Medals, Badges, Military Ribbons, Patches, Rank, Rates and Insignia, as well as Custom Embroidered Clothing. We're also proud to offer our exclusive Rack Builder, Military Medals Builder and Custom Display Case Builder.

Veteran owned and operated for more than 36 years! Our mission is simple - we want every Veteran and Service person to display the Medals our grateful Nation awarded them. Anything we can do to have all the great Americans who served their country in the Military Forces display their award will enrich future generations by these symbols of Duty, Honor and Country.

Medals of America
114 Southchase Boulevard
Fountain Inn, SC 29644

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