WW2 & Korean War medal group of 9, plus Presidential Unit Citation, to Staff Sergeant Arthur Richards, who served in both WW2 with the 2/48th Bn and 3 R.A.R., serving at the famous Battle of Kapyong and receiving his Meritorious Service Medal before his retirement from the Australian Army in 1976, having served 30 years. 1939-45 Star, Pacific Star, War Medal, Australian Service Medal 1939-45 (all impressed named to TX16083 A.M. RICHARDS), Korea Medal 1950-53, U.N. Korea Medal, last 2 impressed named 6/400038 A. M. RICHARDS, General Service Medal 1918-62, 1 clasp, Malaya, impressed named 6/862 A. M. RICHARDS, Long Service & Good Conduct Medal, EIIR issue, with bar ‘AUSTRALIA’ correctly engraved 6862 S/SGT. A. M. RICHARDS RA INF CORPS & Meritorious Service Medal, EIIR issue, impressed named 6862 A. M. RICHARDS, court mounted for display with U.S. Presidential Citation bar attached to both Korean War ribbons. Arthur Milton Richards was born in Westbury, Tasmania 15th February 1924. He enlisted in the Militia 8th May 1942, serving in a Full Time capacity from 26th May 1944. He is shown to have served 2/48th Battalion & 1st Infantry Brigade, serving with the latter in New Guinea. Served South West Pacific 2/48th, shown as wounded Tarakan 28th March 1945. Discharged 15th June 1946, re enlisting with Korea Force `950, serving with 3 Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment (photo included states he and other soldiers surviving veterans of Battle of Kapyong). Awarded U.S. Presidential Citation for Kapyong, A.O. 54 30th June 1952. Served Malaya with 2nd Battalion, Royal Australian Regiment 1955-57. Awarded L.S. & G.C. Comm. Gazette. 22/69 & M.S.M. Comm. Gazette. 90/73. Large folder of copied service records, mostly unsung research and other paperwork included.