Taiwan Strait Crisis
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Taiwan Strait Crisis
Successful military operations by the new People's Republic of China to force the withdrawal of the existing Chinese government in flight from the Mainland risked the Danger of expanding a domestic conflict that ran the potential risk of affecting China's neighbors The United States responded immediately with tempered military blocking forces on the islands of Quemoy and Matsu to prevent dangerous Communist expansion. United States forces throughout the globe went on Alert to discourage acts of Aggression from other Communist nations Seeking to Exploit the Crisis.
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Awarded For Service During the Operation Period, 11 August 1954 to 01 May 1955.