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    SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

    Post by bond007a1 on Sun Apr 05, 2009 6:14 pm

    Here is my Seal Team 4 jumper...I have been told that it is a put-together by several on the USMF...mainly due to the ribbons....at any rate it is still cool....lol



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    Re: SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

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    Re: SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

    Post by bond007a1 on Sun Apr 05, 2009 6:18 pm

    Here are the ribbons that everyone has the problems with......





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    Post by mr.b on Sun Apr 05, 2009 6:24 pm

    What a terrific find Steve
    I don't know what people are thinking by calling this out

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    Re: SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

    Post by CamoDeafie on Sun Aug 30, 2009 4:32 am

    Team 4 eh?

    I see the Navy/Marine commendation on top, then 2 star achievement medal (green with gold bands), good conduct (solid red) with 4 stars, National Defense Service Medal, then next line; Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal, South West Asia service Medal, Armed Forces Service Medal, last line, NATO medal, Kuwait liberation(Emirate of Kuwait)medal, and lastly, US Navy Pistol Shot achievement medal....I think so far, that is quite legit, for someone who has been with Team FOUR since before the Desert Storm/Shield operations, and continuing into the Afghanistan actions, a career of about 15 years, that make sense for a SEAL to have stayed in that long in one of the TEAMS, as there's like 160+ personnel per team? i like the jumper! i dont see what's wrong with it...maybe USMF cant admit a SEAL can last 15 years Wink
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    Re: SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

    Post by Mercenary25 on Sun Aug 30, 2009 11:37 am

    If B said it's terrific, then it's legit! Smile

    It's a cool jumper.


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    Re: SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

    Post by jsocsfc on Sun Aug 30, 2009 5:37 pm

    Hey!

    How are those ribbons put together? That is very interesting-something I would like to try for my own ribbon rack.

    Are they just flattened and glued to the plastic board,with 2 single ribbon device holders glued to the plastic backing?


    At any rate,USMF is low on my list of "Authority" on anything-too many self appointed "expersts":when 2 people cannot agree about,say,a M1 helmet,or Ooooh,101st Abn Patch,you know there is a problem,which is why I no longer post there. I will browse,b ut never post.
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    Re: SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

    Post by bond007a1 on Mon Aug 31, 2009 2:32 am

    jsocsfc wrote:Hey!

    How are those ribbons put together? That is very interesting-something I would like to try for my own ribbon rack.

    Are they just flattened and glued to the plastic board,with 2 single ribbon device holders glued to the plastic backing?


    At any rate,USMF is low on my list of "Authority" on anything-too many self appointed "expersts":when 2 people cannot agree about,say,a M1 helmet,or Ooooh,101st Abn Patch,you know there is a problem,which is why I no longer post there. I will browse,b ut never post.

    yeah..they are glued...just like you said...you hit the nail on the head...

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    Re: SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

    Post by Spartan Tactical on Wed Apr 27, 2011 5:41 am

    The medals were put together, its a nice find tho! Most bases offer that style of mounting for the ribbons simply because they are a pain in the ASS when trying to do it yourself and not cheap when you mess them up all the time. Mounting is alot cheaper in the long run and most companies will update them for you at a small fee.

    However most SEALS arent crappy enough shots to only merit a pistol ribbon and never even qualify for a rifle ribbon "without the Expert E's especially" those are kind of a gimme for any SEAL. Not to mention as many Good Conduct Medals is on that rack and being an operator his rack would be double that size. "I only did 6 years operational and mine was way larger than that... and SEALS do considerably more than I did."
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    Re: SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

    Post by ripcord on Sat Jan 26, 2013 11:02 pm

    I am not sure a SEAL would wear the Budweiser with a SWCC insignia ( no matter how pretty it is ).
    Any secondary insignia would almost certainly be the golden USN/USMC para wings.

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    Not to ride a dead horse...

    Post by ripcord on Fri Apr 12, 2013 11:45 pm

    Hi all,

    Was looking at the post again and had a Idea brain fart.

    I believe that a sailor who was awarded a good conduct medal with 4 stars (5 awards) would be qualified to wear golden hashmarks and insignia on the uniform, as opposed to the standard red ashmarks and red and white insignia.

    Anyone have anything on that ? rip...






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    Re: SEAL TEAM 4 jumper

    Post by ripcord on Mon Oct 14, 2013 3:01 pm

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    Not to beat a dead horse, but the gold  insignia  is what a  Petty Officer  with good conduct awards would wear...

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