ARVN Paratrooper certificate. Sealed in plastic which can easily be removed if wanted. South Vietnamese/ ARVN certificates are hard to get. Most were burned after the war because they were forced to do so. If not, they were punished by a very high fine, jailtime or camptime, even harder punishment was not unusual.
ARVN Lien Doan 77 Special Forces/ Airborne ranger certificate. Dated '64. These guys had their headquarters in Nha Trang. They fought during the TET offensive and worked close with Delta teams as recon troops. These are the South Vietnamese equivalent of the USSF. Hard to get certificate!
ARVN Officers, NCO and special reserves school certificate. Dated '68. Commander Le van Nhat signed this document and was the commanding officer of this prestigous school from 1967 until 1969. Sealed in plastic which can easily be removed.
Indochine ANV (Armeé Nationale Vietnamienne) graduate certificate. Dated '51. Tieu-Doan III. One of the first few who joined this Army as it was decided by the French to form a Vietnamese Army late 1950's and only in mid 1951 started training these soldiers. Very rare certificate from the war in Indochine (also called the first Vietnam war). Sealed in plastic which can be easily removed.
ARVN Ranger/ SOG graduate certficate. Dated '56. These were the first guys who were trained by the American advisors. Hard to get certificate as it was just after the French were leaving and the first arrivals of US advisors. Sealed in plastic which can easily be removed.