Army of Occupation Medal

The Army of Occupation Medal is awarded for thirty days consecutive service in any of the occupied territories after World War II. Clasps inscribed with the words "Germany" and "Japan" were authorized to be worn with the medal. The Berlin Airlift Device was also authorized for personnel for 90 consecutive days service with a unit credited with participation in the Berlin Airlift between June 26, 1948 and September 30, 1949.

This decoration was authorized in 1946.