Good Conduct Medal (Vietnam)

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Good Conduct Medal
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Good Conduct Medal - Fifth class
Awarded by  South Vietnam
EligibilityOfficers, NCOs, and soldiers
Awarded forDisplayed exemplary conduct and discipline with 3 years of service
StatusNo longer awarded
Statistics
EstablishedJune 5, 1964
First awarded1964
Last awarded1974
Precedence
Next (higher)Civil Actions Medal[1]
Next (lower)Vietnam Campaign Medal[1]
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First class ribbon
Vietnam Good Conduct Medal ribbon-Second Class.svg
Second class ribbon
Vietnam Good Conduct Medal ribbon-Third Class.svg
Third class ribbon
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Fourth class ribbon
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Fifth class ribbon

The Good Conduct Medal (Vietnamese: Quân-Phong Bội-Tinh) was a military decoration of South Vietnam. Established in 1964, the medal recognized the display of exemplary conduct and discipline, it also required three years of service in the Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces.[1]

The Good Conduct Medal has five different grades and some of them contains the fleur-de-lis device, starting from the fourth ranks and up.[1]

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  1. ^ a b c d HUY CHUONG AN THUONG TRONG QUAN-LU'C VlET-NAM CONG-HOA (Medals and Decorations of the Republic of Vietnam Armed Forces). Government of the Republic of Vietnam. 1967. Retrieved 30 August 2016.