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Awards Medals Ribbons Gallery

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Choose from 6 pictures in our Awards Medals Ribbons collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


National Air and Space Museum STS-7 Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1980s
National Air and Space Museum STS-7 Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1980s
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Jefferson Award Medal presented to Dr. Sally K. Ride, 1984. Creator: Franklin Mint
Jefferson Award Medal presented to Dr. Sally K. Ride, 1984. Creator: Franklin Mint
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NASA Space Flight Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1983. Creator: Unknown
NASA Space Flight Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1983. Creator: Unknown
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Aero Club of America Aviation Medal of Merit awarded to Captain St. Clair Streett, 1920
Aero Club of America Aviation Medal of Merit awarded to Captain St. Clair Streett, 1920
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Caproni 33 commemorative medal, ca. 1968. Creator: Unknown
Caproni 33 commemorative medal, ca. 1968. Creator: Unknown
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NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1987. Creator: Unknown
NASA Outstanding Leadership Medal awarded to Sally Ride, 1987. Creator: Unknown
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Aero Club of America Aviation Medal of Merit awarded to Captain St. Clair Streett, 1920 Featured Image

Aero Club of America Aviation Medal of Merit awarded to Captain St. Clair Streett, 1920

Aero Club of America Aviation Medal of Merit awarded to Captain St. Clair Streett, 1920. Obverse: relief of an eagle flying over the globe, embossed text "AERO CLUB OF AMERICA"; Reverse: inscribed text "AWARDED TO CAPTAIN ST. CLAIR STREETT FOR THE MERITORIOUS FLIGHT MINEOLA - ALASKA 9000 MILES NINETEEN TWENTY"; bronze hanger with embossed text "Aviation Medal of Merit"; red silk ribbon. Capt. St. Clair Streett and his fellow pilots of the Alaskan Flying Expedition made one of the greatest flights in aviation. They received numerous honors and awards as they journeyed to and from Alaska over 9,000 miles. The Aero Club of America (today's National Aeronautic Association), the nation's premier aviation organization, bestowed upon them medals of merit upon their return. As the decades of the 1920s progressed, subsequent flights of spectacle overshadowed the expedition's achievement, which is largely forgotten today

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