1st Battalion 22nd Infantry

 

Veteran's Medals and Awards

 

 

These are the basic " I was there " decorations authorized by the US Army and Department of Defense
for members and veterans of 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry, for the different periods of time in which the Battalion has existed.
Just being a member of 1st Battalion during the times presented here does not automatically qualify an individual
for any of these awards. In every case, certain requirements must be met, and all awards must be accompanied
by orders authorizing the award.

Individual qualification badges that are not presented on this page, individual awards for achievement,
commendation, valor, wounds received in action or POW status depend upon the individual Soldier's record,
and are therefore not included here.

Below is a list of the different eras of time of service in 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry, and the list of representative awards for each era.
Find the time frame in which you served, and you will see a list of awards to which you may be entitled, depending upon
your exact dates of service with 1st Battalion, and whether you meet the qualifications for the awards.

Following the lists are images of the awards, with basic dates and requirements.

At the bottom of the page is a section titled "Additional Notes and Comments", with additional information,
including tips on applying for replacement of your awards. Also note that next of kin can apply for these awards for a deceased veteran.
In this section there is also a list of veterans awards offered by several States, including awards to next-of-kin for Killed In Action.
As new or additional information is discovered it will be presented here in future updates.

 

Indian Wars 1866-1891

  • Indian Campaign Medal

Spanish-American War 1898

  • Spanish Campaign Medal

Philippine Insurrection 1899-1905

  • Philippine Campaign Medal

  • Philippine Congressional Medal

Pre World War I 1905-1917

  • Mexican Service Medal

  • Mexican Border Service Medal

World War I 1917-1918

  • World War I Victory Medal

World War II 1939-1946

  • American Defense Service Medal

  • American Campaign Medal

  • European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal

  • World War II Victory Medal

  • Army of Occupation Medal

  • Presidential Unit Citation

  • Belgian Croix de Guerre Unit Citation

  • Combat Infantryman Badge

  • Combat Medical Badge

  • Overseas Service Bar

  • Cold War Recognition Certificate

Cold War 1947-1955

  • Army of Occupation Medal

  • National Defense Service Medal

  • Cold War Recognition Certificate

Cold War 1956-1960

  • Cold War Recognition Certificate

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Vietnam Era 1961-1972

  • National Defense Service Medal

  • Vietnam Service Medal

  • Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal

  • Combat Infantryman Badge

  • Combat Medical Badge

  • Valorous Unit Award

  • Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation

  • Republic of Vietnam Civic Actions Unit Citation

  • Overseas Service Bar

  • Cold War Recognition Certificate

Fort Carson Era 1972-1984

  • National Defense Service Medal

  • Army Service Ribbon

  • Cold War Recognition Certificate

Fort Drum Era 1985-1995

  • National Defense Service Medal

  • Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal

  • Humanitarian Service Medal

  • United Nations Medal (Haiti)

  • United Nations Service Medal Somalia

  • Combat Infantryman Badge

  • Combat Medical Badge

  • Joint Meritorious Unit Award

  • Overseas Service bar

  • Army Service Ribbon

  • Overseas Service Ribbon

  • Cold War Recognition Certificate

Fort Hood Era 1996-2009

  • National Defense Service Medal

  • Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

  • Iraq Campaign Medal

  • Combat Infantryman Badge

  • Combat Medical Badge

  • Combat Action Badge

  • Valorous Unit Award

  • Army Meritorious Unit Award

  • Army Superior Unit Award

  • Overseas Service Bar

  • Army Service Ribbon

  • Overseas Service Ribbon

 

Fort Carson Era 2009-2014
  • National Defense Service Medal

  • Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

  • Afghanistan Campaign Medal

  • Combat Infantryman Badge

  • Combat Medical Badge

  • Combat Action Badge

  • Overseas Service Bar

  • Army Service Ribbon

  • Overseas Service Ribbon

  • NATO Medal for Afghanistan°

 

° As of June 2011 the website does not have confirmation about the NATO Medal for Afghanistan service.

 

Below are the Service Medals, Badges, Unit Awards and Foreign Medals for which service in 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry may be qualified.
Dates given are not necessarily the all-inclusive dates of the award itself, but rather, in many cases the dates given
are those which pertain to service in 1st Battalion 22nd Infantry.

 

Indian Campaign Medal

For service in the Indian Wars 1866-1891

 

 

Spanish Campaign Medal

For service in Cuba 1898

 

 

Philippine Campaign Medal

For service in the Philippine Islands 1899-1905

 

 

Philippine Congressional Medal

For Soldiers who enlisted during April 21, 1898 to Oct 26, 1898, remained on active duty beyond their enlistment,
to help suppress the insurrection in the Philippines, and served in the Philippine Islands 1899-1902.

 

 

Mexican Service Medal

Any action against hostile Mexicans in which US troops were killed or wounded between 12 Apr 1911 and 7 Feb 1917.

 

 

Mexican Border Service Medal

For service on the Mexican Border 1916-1917

 

 

World War I Victory Medal

For service during World War I, 1917-1918

 

 

American Defense Service Medal

For active duty service from 8 September 1939 to 7 December 1941 for a period of twelve months or longer.

 

 

American Campaign Medal

For service in the continental United States for an aggregate period of one year,
between the period of 7 December 1941 and 2 March 1946.

 

 

European-African-Middle Eastern Campaign Medal

For service in the European theatre of operations 7 December 1941 to 8 November 1945.
A bronze arrowhead is authorized for those who participated in the amphibious landing on D-Day.
A bronze service star is authorized for each campaign served.

 

 

World War II Victory Medal

For service between 7 December 1941 and 31 December 1946

 

 

Army of Occupation World War II Medal

A bronze clasp with the word "Germany" is authorized.
For holders of the EAME Campaign Medal, service in Germany for 30 consecutive days
from 9 May 1945 to 8 November 1945.
Otherwise, for 30 consecutive days service in Germany between 9 May 1945 and 5 May 1955.

 

 

National Defense Service Medal

For service between:
27 June 1950 and 27 July 1954
1 January 1961 and 14 August 1974
2 August 1990 and 30 November 1995
11 September 2001 and date to be determined

 

 

Vietnam Service Medal

For service in the Republic of Vietnam, 1966-1972.
A bronze service star is authorized for each campaign served.

 

 

Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal

For service in the Republic of Vietnam, 1966-1972.
A silver ribbon device with the date "1960-" is authorized.

 

 

Humanitarian Service Medal

For service during Hurricane Andrew Disaster Relief 1992
For service in Haiti 1994-1995

 

 

Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal

For service in Somalia 1993
For service in Haiti 1994-1995

 

 

United Nations Service Medal Somalia

For 90 days service in QRF (Task Force 1-22 Infantry) Somalia 1992-1993

 

 

United Nations Service Medal Haiti

For 90 days service in Haiti 1994-1995

 

 

Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

For service in JTF 160 in Cuba (Guantanamo Bay) (Companies B,C, Recon Platoon, Support Forces)
6 Apr 2002-29 Jun 2002
For service in Cuba (Guantanamo Bay) (Company C) Oct-Dec 2002
For service in Iraq 2003-2005
For service in the Global War on Terrorism Operations on or after 11 September, 2001 to a date to be determined.

 

 

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

For service in Iraq 2003-2005
For service in the Global War on Terrorism Operations on or after 11 September, 2001 to a date to be determined.

 

 

Afghanistan Campaign Medal

For service in Afghanistan 2010-2011
A bronze service star is authorized for each campaign served.

 

 

Iraq Campaign Medal

For service in Iraq 2003-2009
A bronze service star is authorized for each campaign served.

 

Nato Medal for Afghanistan

For service in Afghanistan (ISAF) 2010-2011

 

 

 

Combat Infantryman Badge

For service in an Infantry MOS in a combat zone
Europe 1943-1945
Vietnam 1966-1972
Somalia 1992-1993
Iraq 2003-2009
Afghanistan 2010-2011

 

 

Combat Medical Badge

For service in a Medical MOS in a combat zone
Europe 1943-1945
Vietnam 1966-1972
Somalia 1992-1993
Iraq 2003-2009
Afghanistan 2010-2011

 

 

Combat Action Badge

For service in a non-Infantry MOS in a combat zone
Iraq 2003-2009
Afghanistan 2010-2011

 

 

Presidential Unit Citation

For service in the St. Lô breakout France 1944
For service in the Hürtgen Forest Germany 1944

 

 

Joint Meritorious Unit Award

For service in Somalia 1992-1993

 

 

Valorous Unit Award

For service in Vietnam during the Battle of Kontum 30 Jan 1968-12 Feb 1968 1
For service in Iraq 15 Apr 2003-15 Mar 2004
2
For service in Iraq (Company A) 5 Jan-15 Feb 2005
3
For service in Iraq (Company C) 1 Feb-7 Jun 2006
4
For service in Iraq (Company D) 16 Mar-11 Nov 2008
5
For service in Iraq (Companies A, B, C, E) 12 Mar 2008-12 Mar 2009
6

 

 

Army Meritorious Unit Award

For service in Iraq 2005-2006 7

 

 

Army Superior Unit Award

For service 1996-1997 8

 

 

Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross

For service in Vietnam 1966-1972

 

 

Republic of Vietnam Civil Actions Honor Medal First Class

For service in Vietnam 1 Oct 1966-30 Oct 1969

 

 

Army Service Ribbon

For service 1981-present

 

 

Overseas Service Ribbon

For completion of a standard overseas tour of duty 1981-present
Bronze numeral authorized to indicate additional tours

 

 

Overseas Service bar

For service in a combat zone
Europe 1943-1945
Vietnam 1966-1972
Somalia 1992-1993
Iraq 2003-2009
Afghanistan 2010-2011
One bar authorized for every 6 months of accumulated service

 

 

 

Belgian Fourragere for the Croix de Guerre

For service in Belgium 1944-1945
For service in the Ardennes 1944-1945

 

 

 

Cold War Recognition Certificate

For service during the period 2 Sep 1945- 26 Dec 1991

 

 

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Additional Notes and Comments

 

CIB and CMB

The four conflict eras to determine subsequent awards of the CIB and CMB:

(1) World War II (7 December 1941 to 3 September 1945).

            (2) The Korean Conflict (27 June 1950 to 27 July 1953).

            (3) The Republic of Vietnam Conflict.  Service in the Republic of Vietnam Conflict (2 March 1961 to 28 March 1973) combined with qualifying service in Laos; Dominican Republic; Korea on the DMZ; El Salvador; Grenada; Joint Security Area, Panmunjom, Korea; Panama; Southwest Asia Conflict; and Somalia, regardless of whether a Soldier has served one or multiple tours in any or all of these areas.  The Republic of Vietnam Conflict Era officially terminated on 10 March 1995.

            (4) War on Terrorism (Afghanistan, Operation ENDURING FREEDOM) and (Iraq, Operation IRAQI REEDOM).

 

United Nations Medal Somalia

To Verify Eligibility For Those Soldiers Who Served Under The Command Of A Un Force Commander And/or Obtain Copies Of Routine Orders To Update Personnel Records, Macoms And Principal Hqda Agencies Will Submit Requests To The U.S. United Nations Mission Office, Attn: Sgm Burback, 799 United Nations Plaza, New York, Ny 10017. The Request Will Include The Full Name And SSN Of The Soldiers Requiring Verification, The Unit In Which They Served (Un Or Qrf), And Start/end Dates Of Service In Somalia.

For Aig 7406, Please Advise Subordinate Commands Not To Submit Their Requests Directly To The Un Mission Office In New York. Subordinate Commands Should Submit Their List To Their Respective Macom For Disposition.

Only Macoms And Principal Hqda Agencies May Contact Hq, Perscom For Additional Information And Guidance. Poc Is Mrs. White, Dsn 221-8700, Comm (703) 325-8700. Installations/field Agencies And Soldiers Must Contact Their Respective Macom For Answers To Their Questions.

 

Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal

This award could be issued instead of the Iraq Campaign Medal for service in Operation Iraqi Freedom I. The Insitute of Heraldry explains this condition thus:
Service members qualified for the GWOTEM by reasons of service between 19 March 2003 and 30 April 2005, in Iraq, shall remain qualified for the medal.
Any such soldier may be awarded the Iraq Campaign Medal (ICM) in lieu of the GWOTEM for such service.

Authorized for those who served in Cuba in JTF 160 from 6 April to 29 June 2002 ( Only certain elements from Company B, Company C, Recon Platoon and Support Forces).

Also authorized for those who served in Cuba from October-December 2002 (Only Company C).

 

Global War on Terrorism Service Medal

a. Meaning of the Global War on Terrorism Service Medal (GWOTSM). The Global War on Terrorism Service
Medal (GWOTSM) was established by Executive Order 13289, 12 March 2003. It is authorized for award to members
of the Armed Forces of the United States who have participated in the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) operations
outside of the designated areas of eligibility (AOE) defined in 2–18g above (Army Regulation 600–8–22), on or after 11 September 2001 to a future
date to be determined.

Service members may be awarded both the GWOTEM and the GWOTSM if they meet the criteria for both
awards; however, the qualifying period used to establish eligibility for one award cannot be used to justify eligibility
for the other award.

 

Overseas Service bar

The Overseas Service Bar is an embroidered cloth bar worn on the lower right sleeve of the dress uniform. As the color of the dress uniform
has changed over the years, the color of the background of the Overseas Service Bar has changed to match it. Each sucessive award of the bar is worn immediately above and parallel to the rest.

 

Army Service Ribbon

No medal has been authorized for the Army Service Ribbon. The ribbon bar is worn on the left breast in order of precedence.

 

Overseas Service Ribbon

In the 11 December 2006 revision of AR 600-8-22 (Military Awards), the Army eliminated the policy which had restricted the awarding of the
Overseas Service Ribbon when another campaign or service medal is awarded. For those Army service members performing overseas duty prior to 1981,
the Army Overseas Service Ribbon may be awarded retroactively, provided that a service member was on active duty subsequent to 1981.
Additional awards of the Army Overseas Service Ribbon are denoted by award numerals.

 

US Army unit citations

No medal has been authorized for US unit citations. The award is worn on the right breast in the form of a ribbon bar enclosed in a gilt frame,
in order of precedence.

 

Presidential Unit Citation

The general order number authorizing the Presidential Unit Citation to the 22nd Infantry for service in the St. Lô breakout (St. Gillis-Marigny) is:
War Department General Order 14, 1945.

The general order number authorizing the Presidential Unit Citation to the 22nd Infantry for service in the Hürtgen Forest is:
War Department General Order 37, 1946.

 

Joint Meritorious Unit Award

The official general order number authorizing this award to 1-22 Infantry in Somalia is: J-ISO-0203-93 DOD Directive 1348.33-M.

The official general order number authorizing this award to units of 1-22 Infantry for service in JTF 160 (Cuba) is Department of the Army General Order 9,
18 November 2005.

 

Valorous Unit Award

1 The order authorizing the Valorous Unit Award for the battle of Kontum is: Department of the Army General Order 43, 1970.

2 The order authorizing the Valorous Unit Award for service in Iraq 2003-2004 is Department of the Army Permanent Orders 031-14, 2008.

3 The order authorizing the Valorous Unit Award for service in Iraq Company A 2005 is Department of the Army Permanent Orders 241-01, 2007.

4 The order authorizing the Valorous Unit Award for service in Iraq Company C 2006 is Department of the Army Permanent Orders 308-13, 2008.

5 The order authorizing the Valorous Unit Award for service in Iraq Company D 2008 is Department of the Army Permanent Orders 119-01, 2009.

6 The order authorizing the Valorous Unit Award for service in Iraq Companies A, B, C, E 2008-2009 is Department of the Army Permanent Orders
231-01, 2009.

 

Meritorious Unit Commendation

7 The order authorizing the Meritorious Unit Commendation for service in Iraq 2005-2006 is Department of the Army AHRC-PDO-PA, 2007.

 

Army Superior Unit Award

8 The general order number authorizing the Army Superior Unit Award is Department of the Army General Order No. 25, 2001.

 

 

State Medals and Awards

Some states offer medals or awards to veterans, but none of these are automatically awarded. In all cases these decorations must be applied for.
In all cases criteria involves being a resident of that particular State, either currently or at the time of induction. Many of these can be awarded to
next of kin for Killed In Action or deceased veterans. Here are some examples:

 

Connecticut

Louisiana

-Maine

Kansas

Missouri

-New York

New York

New Jersey

New Jersey

Vermont

Massacusetts

 

As of June 2012 the following states offer veteran awards:

 

Connecticut :

The State of Connecticut offers the Connecticut Veterans Wartime Service Medal. For a veteran who served in time of war. Can be awarded to a living or deceased veteran.
For information and application click on the following link:

Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs

 

Delaware:

The State of Delaware offers a Certificate of Appreciation to all Delaware veterans (or their next of kin) who served honorably in either peace or war.
For a pdf file containing the information and application click on the following link:

Delaware Commission of Veterans Affairs

 

Hawaii

The State of Hawaii offers the Hawaii Medal of Honor to next of kin of Killed In Action during Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom.
For information click on the following link:

Hawaii Office of Veterans Services

 

Kansas:

The State of Kansas offers the State of Kansas Vietnam War Medallion to Kansas veterans who served during the years of the Vietnam War, whether that service
was in the United States or a foreign country. For information click on the following link:

Kansas Commission On Veterans Affairs

 

Louisiana:

The State of Louisiana offers the Louisiana Veterans Honor Medal to Louisiana veterans who served honorably in peace or war. There are variations for Wounded In Action,
Killed In Action and Prisoner Of War. For information and application click on the following link:

Louisiana Department of Veterans Affairs

 

Maine:

The State of Maine offers several medals and certificates. The Gold Star Honorable Service Medal to the next of kin of Killed In Action. The Silver Star Honorable Service
Medal for Prisoner of War or Purple Heart recipients. The Bronze Star Honorable Service Medal to the next of kin of Died in the Line of Duty but not combat.
The Honorable Service Certificate during wartime era for wartime certificate or peacetime for general service certificate. For information and applications
click on the following link:

State of Maine Bureau of Veterans Services

 

Massachusetts:

The State of Massachusetts offers the Massachusetts Medal of Liberty to next of kin of Killed In Action. For information and application click on the following link:

Department of Veterans Services

 

Missouri:

The State of Missouri offers a medal, medallion and certificate to Missouri veterans who served during World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War,
regardless of whether that service was in the United States or a foreign country. For information and application click on the following link:

Veteran Awards

 

New Jersey:

The State of New Jersey offers several medals: the New Jersey Distinguished Service Medal, the New Jersey Vietnam Service Medal, the New Jersey Meritorious
Service Medal, the New Jersey Korean Service Medal and the New Jersey POW-MIA Service Medal. Can be presented posthumously.
For criteria, eligibility and application click on the following link:

Department of Military & Veterans Affairs

 

New York:

The State of New York offers the Conspicuous Service Cross, the Medal for Merit, and the Conspicuous Service Star. For criteria, eligibility and application
click on the following link:

Division of Military & Naval Affairs

 

Oklahoma:

The State of Oklahoma offers the Oklahoma Cross of Valor to former POW's. For information click on the following link:

Oklahoma Department of Veterans Affairs

 

Tennessee:

The State of Tennessee offers the Tennessee Fallen Heroes Medal to next of kin of Killed In Action since July 1, 2011. For information and application
click on the following link:

Department of Veterans Affairs

 

Vermont:

The State of Vermont offers several veterans medals. The Vermont Veterans Medal is awarded to most veterans with an honorable discharge. The Vermont
Distinguished Service Medal is awarded to veterans who received an honorable discharge and who served in a combat theater.
The Patriots Medal is presented to the next-of-kin of Vermont soldiers killed in action. For information click on the following link:

Vermont Veterans Services Directory

 

 

 

Foreign Awards

A few notes on foreign awards:

No foreign decoration is provided by the US Government, and must be obtained through the foreign government agencies responsible for such issuance. However, in past years, the NPRC did sometimes issue the Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal as a ribbon, when filling the request
for Veterans' medals. Foreign decorations, as well as US decorations may be purchased through civilian dealers.

The Belgian Croix de Guerre, when awarded as a unit citation, was not authorized for US uniform wear as a medal or ribbon.
It was authorized as a braided fourragere, to be worn circling the shoulder. The general order number authorizing the award of the Belgian Croix de Guerre
Unit Citation to the 22nd Infantry is: Department of the Army General Order number 43, dated 1950.

The Republic of Vietnam unit citations are not authorized for wear on the uniform as medals. They are only authorized to be worn as ribbon bars
on the right breast. This is in direct contrast to the policy of the Republic of Vietnam, which authorized its soldiers and foreign recipients of the citations
to wear the full size medal on the uniform.

The general order number authorizing the Republic of Vietnam Civil Actions Unit Citation is: Department of the Army General Order 53, 1970.

The general order number authorizing the Republic of Vietnam Gallantry Cross Unit Citation is: Department of the Army General Order 52, 1971,
and Department of the Army General Order 54, 1974.

The Republic of Vietnam Campaign Medal is authorized for wear on the uniform.

The UN Service Medals are authorized for wear on the uniform.

 

Many veterans choose to display the following full size medal for foreign unit citations

 

Vietnam Gallantry Cross

       

Vietnam Civil Actions

 

Applying for medals and decorations

Active duty personnel should apply through their respective units, usually at the Company level, following the chain of command.

Separated and discharged veterans need to apply to the National Personnel Records Center (NPRC) in St. Louis, Missouri.

National Personnel Records Center
Military Personnel Records
9700 Page Avenue
St. Louis, MO 63132-5100

Monday through Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 3:45 p.m

Telephone: 314-801-0800
Fax: 314 801-9195

Website: http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/military-personnel/

 

Many years ago Congress passed a law requiring the government to furnish the medals for which a veteran is authorized, at no cost to the veteran.
A one time replacement of those medals was also authorized at no cost to the veteran, or to the next of kin of a deceased veteran.
Be aware, that as federal budgets change, a charge or fee may be incurred when requesting issuance or replacement of medals.

The process usually involves the following: first, you apply to the National Personnel Records Center to have them obtain your military records,
and verify which awards you are entitled to receive.The website for the NPRC is listed above, and is invaluable in assisting you. So go to the website !
You must fill out and sign a Standard Form 180 (SF-180) which is a request to obtain your military records. At the NPRC website you can download and
print this form. You mail or fax in the form, the NPRC verifies the awards you are entitled to,
and will forward the request with the verification
to the appropriate service department for issuance of the medals. That department will mail your medals to you. You will also receive an amended copy
of your DD-214, should the NPRC verify any awards you are entitled to, which are not listed on your original form.

When sending in the Standard Form SF-180, you will need to include a copy of your DD-214, if you have one, and any copies of orders for service
or awards which are not shown on your DD-214. The NPRC may, or may not be able to locate these orders, should you not have copies of them,
but if you do have them, send them in since it will make the process a lot smoother and quicker. Again, go to the NPRC website, as it has a great deal of help
and instructions.

 

Cold War Recognition Certificate

The National Personnel Records Center does not handle requests for this certificate. You must go to the following website to apply:

https://www.hrc.army.mil/site/active/tagd/coldwar/default.htm

No medal or ribbon has been authorized for Cold War Service.

 

 

LINKS:

National Personnel Records Center :

http://www.archives.gov/st-louis/military-personnel/  

If the center does not have your records yet, the following website has instructions on help:

http://cufon.org/CRG/memo/1865124.html  

 

Other websites whichmay help are:  

 

Lineage and Battalion awards for 1-22 Infantry:  

http://www.history.army.mil/html/forcestruc/lineages/branches/inf/0022in001bn.htm  

 

 

 

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Every effort has been made to insure that all information presented here is accurate and up to date.
However, the website is not responsible for errors, or for changes to the above information made by the issuing authorities.
Anyone having new information or corrections to add to this page is invited to send such to the webmaster
for inclusion in this presentation.

 

 

 


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