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US Veteran's Day Pin

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  1. Featuring a gilded bronze hand-carved navy anchor, a navy eagle with an American flag background and a dog tag, this U.S. Navy veteran medal is the perfect gift for you, or a lover who provides honor and glory to our country. 
  2. Decorated with a copper-plated eagle head, the carved eagle, with its wings outstretched, holds 13 arrows, and has an olive branch symbolizing the United States’ “strong desire for peace, but it can always be prepared for the gift of war.” This is American gift. Dear people who have served you or used to serve our country/region.

  3. Featuring a bronze plated hand carved Bald Eagle, Air Force Wings, with American flag background, this US Air Force Veteran pin is the perfect gift for you or a loved one who has served our country with honor and pride.

  4. This US Marine Corps badge is decorated with a hand-carved eagle head, sphere and anchor in bronze. It is the perfect gift for you, or a lover who provides honor and glory to our country.

  5. Featuring a bronze plated hand carved anchors, US Flag and shield, this US Coast Guard Veteran pin is the perfect gift for you or a loved one who has served our country with honor and pride. 
  6. When a soldier falls on the battlefield, the rest of their unit put up a "Battlefield Cross". The gun is planted into the ground, forming the base of the cross with the boots of the fallen soldier. Their helmet is placed on the top with the fallen soldier's dog tags hanging from the rifle. It is eerily beautiful, a tribute to the soldier who has given his life for his fellow soldiers and country men and a way for the rest of their team to grieve the loss.

  • Dual-post mount to secure your pin wherever you like!

  • Size: 1.75 inch height and 3.5 mm thickness.
  • Perfect to wear on hats, vests, jackets, shirts, bags, etc. 

ESTABLISHED

    1. Founded on October 13th, 1775 as the Continental Navy to fight the Revolutionary War, the United States Navy is the largest and most well-equipped Navy in the entire world. Over 244 years have passed since its’ founding, the US government officially recognized the United States Navy by its current name on June 3rd, 1784 to replace the disbanded Continental Navy. Along with being the 3rd largest Air Force in the world with its aerial fleet, the US Navy also has the worlds’ largest aircraft carrier fleet, with 11 active carriers in-service and 2 more under construction. There are nearly 20 million Veterans of the United States Military with U.S. Navy Veterans making up a large portion of that number. The US Navy has been involved in nearly every major conflict the United States has fought in dating back to the founding of our country, to include the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican-American War, Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War 1, World War 2, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War, Iraq War, War in Afghanistan, and the GWOT (Global War on Terrorism).
    2. Founded on June 14th, 1775 as the Continental Army to fight the Revolutionary War, the United States Army is the oldest and most senior branch of the United States Military. Over 244 years have passed since its’ founding, the United States Army was officially recognized as the Army of the United States on June 3rd, 1784 to replace the disbanded Continental Army. With a combined strength of over 1 million+ soldiers between the Regular Army, Army National Guard, and the Army Reserve, the U.S. Army is the largest branch of the United States Military. There are nearly 20 million Veterans of the United States Military with U.S. Army Veterans making up a large portion of that number. The US Army has been at the forefront of nearly every major conflict the United States has fought in dating back to the founding of our country, to include the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican-American War, Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War 1, World War 2, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War, Iraq War, War in Afghanistan, and the GWOT (Global War on Terrorism).
    3. Founded on August 1st, 1907 as part of the United States Army, the United States Air Force is the largest and most technologically advanced Air Force in the entire world. The US Air Force is still considered the youngest branch of the US Armed Forces, finally splitting from the Army and being officially recognized as the US Air Force on September 18th, 1947. There are nearly 20 million Veterans of the United States Military with U.S. Air Force Veterans making up a significant portion of that number. The US Air Force has been involved in nearly every major conflict the United States has fought in during the 20th/21st centuries to include World War 1, World War 2, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War, Iraq War, War in Afghanistan, and the GWOT (Global War on Terrorism).
    4. Founded on November 10th, 1775 as the Continental Marines to fight the Revolutionary War, the United States Marine Corps is surprisingly one of the smallest service branches of the US Military, but you’d never know it. United States Marines are commonly referred to as “Devil Dogs”, a nickname they received from German troops due to their aggressive and fearless fighting style during World War 1. Nearly 244 years have passed since the Marine Corps founding, and Marines continue to work closely with the US Navy in conflicts all around the globe. There are nearly 20 million Veterans of the United States Military with U.S. Marine Corps Veterans making up a significant portion of that number. The Marine Corps has been involved in a large number of major conflicts the United States has fought in dating back to the founding of our country, to include the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican-American War, Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War 1, World War 2, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War, Iraq War, War in Afghanistan, and the GWOT (Global War on Terrorism).
    5. Founded on August 4th, 1790 as the US Revenue-Marine to collect customs duties at sea ports, the United States Coast Guard is the coastal defense force for the United States. The Coast Guard is unique in its’ ability to operate in both domestic and international waters, depending on what department it is operating under. Search and Rescue missions, coastal defense, and maritime law enforcement are some of the Coast Guards’ main duties. Today's Coast Guard that we know was formed on January 28th, 1915 by a merger of the US Revenue Cutter Service and the US Life Saving Service. There are nearly 20 million Veterans of the United States Military with US Coast Guard Veterans making up a portion of that number. The Coast Guard has been involved in a large number of major conflicts the United States has fought in dating back to the founding of our country, to include the Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Mexican-American War, Civil War, Spanish-American War, World War 1, World War 2, Korean War, Vietnam War, Persian Gulf War, Iraq War, War in Afghanistan, and the GWOT (Global War on Terrorism).

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