From what I can tell, top to bottom, left to right: Top badge is a Combat Infantry Badge 1. Silver Star 2. Bronze Star 3. Purple Heart 4. Army Good Conduct Medal 5. American Defense Service Medal 6. American Campaign Medal 7. European-African-Mid Eastern Campaign Medal (2 Arrow Head devices, from what I have read only one device per campaign medal is authorized and they are upside down, point should be facing up, but I may be reading it wrong and the siver star and bronze star devices indicate 9 awards of this campaign medal) 8. WW II Victory Medal 9. Croix de Guerre (France) 10. Croix de Guerre (Belgium) I think this one and number 9 are in the wrong order, not sure though. 11. Civil Air Patrol WWII - Wartime Service Ribbon (Civilian Volunteer organization for Search and Rescue formed in December 1, 1941 by Administrative Order 9, issued by Fiorello H. LaGuardia in his capacity as Director of the Office of Civilian Defense with Major General John F. Curry as the first National Commander. For more info: www.gocivilairpatrol.com ) 12. Colorado NG State Achievement Ribbon 13. Order of the American Legion 14. I don't know.... I have seen it before, but for the life of me I can't find it again. I will continue to search for you. 15. This one could be one of three, Phillipine Campaign Medal (1899-1906) N/MC(1908-1913), American Typhus Commision Medal (1942) or Puerto Rico NG Distinguished Service Medal. Badge at the bottom is a Sharpshooter's badge, the weapon used to qualify for this badge would be listed hanging on a tab below. After the WW II Victory Medal, I believe they are a little out of order and if number 11: Civil Air Patrol WWII - Wartime Service Medal is correct, it is not supposed to be worn in a military uniform unless that member is a member of the Civil Air Patrol and the jacket they are pinned on does not look like a Civil Air Patrol uniform jacket.