Vietnam Presidential Unit Citation
- Please see "Presidential Unit Citation" for other nations' versions of this award
|Presidential Unit Citation|
US Navy sized Vietnam Presidential Unit Citation ribbon bar
US Army sized ribbon bar
|Awarded by South Vietnam|
|Status||No longer awarded|
The Republic of Vietnam Presidential Unit Citation, originally referred to as the Friendship Ribbon, was awarded by the South Vietnamese government to all personnel in the Military Assistance Advisory Group, Indo-China, and other units who during August and September 1954, participated in humanitarian assistance. The emblem consists of three vertical red stripes on a golden yellow background, in a gold frame. The Republic of Vietnam Presidential Unit Citation is considered obsolete since the bestowing authority, the government of South Vietnam, no longer exists.
- Military awards and decorations of South Vietnam
- American Presidential Unit Citation
- Philippine Republic Presidential Unit Citation
- South Korean Presidential Unit Citation
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