China Campaign Medal - Army
The China Campaign Medal is an award of the United States Army. The medal was to recognize the Army's participation in the China Relief Expedition during the Boxer Rebellion. Created on January 12th, 1905, the medal was awarded to Army servicemen who performed military duty in China between the dates of June 20th, 1900 and May 27th, 1901. A Silver Star device, or Citation Star, may be worn on the medal to denote gallantry in action.