The website you refer to states, "96th Division is now one of only three or four divisions awarded the Presidential Unit Citation" (the Army Presidential Unit Citation was officially the Distinguished Unit Citation prior to 1960). This is far from correct. Several divisions were awarded the Presidential Unit Citation (PUC) for actions during World War II, including the 11th, 82d and 101st Airborne (the 101st received two awards). The 23d ("Americal") received the Navy PUC for action at Guadalcanal. The 1st, 2d, 4th, 5th and 6th Marine Divisions were each awarded the PUC (1st Marine Division received four awards during World War II alone and is credited with a total of eleven awards for World War II, Korea and Vietnam). Almost every division that served in Vietnam was awarded the PUC. This includes 1st, 4th, 9th, 23d and 25th Infantry Divisions (and a brigade of the 5th) and 101st Airborne Division (and a brigade of the 82d Airborne Division). The 1st and 3d Marine Divisions received three and two awards, respectively. Also, awards are usually published in General Orders as they occur. If I were you I'd check it out before buying any ribbons.