• United States Marine Corps Challenge Coin Creed Semper Fidelis

    Semper fidelis is the motto of the United States Marine Corps. US Marines believe that ones a marine, always a marine. This marine coin can be the gift for those marine soldiers to honor their service to the country. It also can be bitrthday gift to your marine friends and navy friends, or maybe your amry friend and air force friends would like this challenge coin.

    • Color: Style1
    • Brand: FunYan
    • ASIN: B07CBMV5YH
    • UPC: 788988288008

  • U.S. Navy and Marine Corps Campaign & Commemorative Medals: (Schiffer Military/Aviation History)

    The campaign and commemorative medals of the U.S. Navy and Marine Corps frame an interesting evolution in our countrys military development and willingness to use this power on a worldwide basis. It traces their roots from our own Civil War to assuming t

    • Brand: Brand: Schiffer Publishing, Ltd.
    • ASIN: 0764303864

  • United States Marine Corps Devil Dog Bottle Opener USMC Semper Fi Challenge Coin

    "Devil Dog" is a very common nickname for all Marines. "Devil Dog" is historically a well-accepted term of endearment, as a title of honor. The "Devil Dog" legend began in World War I and has since become a well-earned description of the warrior spirit found in each and every United States Marine. The corkscrew one side is the marines logo and the words "United States Marine Corps", "Semper Fi", the reverse is the image of devil dog with the words "Always a Devil Dog", "Strong and Proud". A bottle opener and give a key ring.

    • Color: Style4
    • Brand: FunYan
    • ASIN: B07G947TW9
    • UPC: 788988288541

  • Marines in the Korean War Commemorative Series: Stalemate, U.S. Marines from Bunker Hill to the Hook, Covering the 1st Marine Division, Imjin River, Kimpo Peninsula, Medal of Honor, and General Selden

    This official U.S. Marine Corps history provides unique information about important aspects of the Korean War, with material on the 1st Marine Division, Imjin River, Kimpo Peninsula, the 1st Marine Aircraft Wing, Medal of Honor Winners, and General Selden. Here is an excerpt: The 1st Marine Division— including the Kimpo Provisional Regiment, the amphibian tractor battalion, the Korean Marines, and the two Marine regiments on line —defended some 60,000 yards, two to four times that normally assigned to a similarly reinforced division. Within the division, a battalion, one third of the infantry strength of a regiment, held a frontage of from 3,500 to 5,000 yards, while a rifle company, one-third the infantry strength of a battalion, could man a sector as wide as 1,700 yards. A line of outposts of varying strength located on hills as far as 2,500 yards in front of the main line of resistance, improved the security of the Jamestown positions, but forced the Marines to spread themselves even thinner along the front. To defend the division's broad segment of the Jamestown Line, General Selden commanded a total of 1,364 Marine officers, 24,846 enlisted Marines, 1,100 naval officers and sailors— mostly doctors, dentists, and medical corpsmen—and 4,400 Korean Marines. The Imjin Ri...

    • ASIN: 1980686289

  • Marines in World War II Commemorative Series - Liberation: Marines in the Recapture of Guam, Operation Forager, Medal of Honor Recipients, Fonte Ridge, General Cushman, Colt Pistol, War Dogs

    The historic battle of the Marines in the Pacific War to recapture Guam is recounted in this U.S. Marines history book. Some of the subjects covered include: Operation Forager, Medal of Honor recipients, taking of Chonito Ridge, Orote Peninsula, Fonte Ridge, General Robert E. Cushman, Colt .45 pistol, war dogs, General Obata.Here is an excerpt:With the instantaneous opening of a two-hour, ever-increasing bombardment by six battleships, nine cruisers, a host of destroyers and rocket ships, laying their wrath on the wrinkled black hills, rice paddies, cliffs, and caves that faced the attacking fleet on the west side of the island, Liberation Day for Guam began at 0530, 21 July 1944.Fourteen-inch guns belching fire and thunder set spectacular blossoms of flame sprouting on the fields and hillsides inland. It was all very plain to see in the glow of star shells which illuminated the shore, the ships, and the troops who lined the rails of the transports and LSTs (Landing Ships, Tank) which brought the U.S. Marines and soldiers there.The barrages, which at daylight would be enlarged by the strafing and bombing of carrier fighters, bombers, and torpedo planes, were the grand climax of 13 days (since 8 July) of unceasing prelanding softening-up. Indeed, carrier aircraft of Task Force 58 ...

    • ASIN: B00B2DT406

  • Marines in the Korean War Commemorative Series: Over the Seawall - U.S. Marines at Inchon - Reports on Douglas MacArthur, President Truman, the 1st Marine Division, and Wolmi-Do

    This official U.S. Marine Corps history provides unique information about an important aspect of the Korean War. Some of the subjects included in this history: Major General Field Harris, Colonel Lewis B. Chesty Puller, Major General Oliver P. Smith, 1st Marine Division, General Douglas MacArthur, President Truman, USS Mount McKinley, Wolmi-Do, the drive to Kimpo, amphibious assault, and DUKWs. Here is an excerpt: Just three weeks away and there was still no approval from Washington for the Marines to land at Inchon on 15 September 1950. General of the Army Douglas MacArthur, determined to beat down the opposition to the landing, called a conference for late in the day, 23 August, at his headquarters in the Dai Ichi building in Tokyo. As Commander in Chief, Far East (CinCFE), MacArthur considered himself empowered to conduct military operations more-or-less as he saw fit. But for an operation of the magnitude of Inchon and the resources it would require he needed approval from the highest level. The Joint Chiefs of Staff (JCS), doubtful of the landing's chances of success, had sent out the Army Chief of Staff, General J. Lawton Collins, and the Chief of Naval Operations, Admiral Forrest P. Sherman, to review the situation directly with MacArthur. Now he would have to overcome the...

    • ASIN: 1549718444

  • Air Force Challenge Coin USAF St Michael Core Values Coin.

    ·The core values of the U.S. Air Force - "Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do" -unite all Air Force warriors in the common pursuit of victory. ·An air force, also known in some countries as an aerospace force or air army, is in the broadest sense, the national military branch that primarily conducts aerial warfare.st michael is our patron saint.It is a kind of air force marine corps commemorative. ·This coin pays tribute to the brave St Michael Air Force, it is antique bronze with 3D elements,blue enamel designed,the actual size of the coin is 40*3mm(1.57×0.16inchs). ·Police Officer badge, made of the highest quality materials and satisfaction is guaranteed. Love giving these out randomly to police officers to thank them for protecting us.Air force challenge coin, dedicated to all Air Force personnel, whose service and sacrifice is vital to the success of America's military operations throughout the world.

    • Color: Air Force Core Values Coin
    • Brand: E-Coin
    • ASIN: B079984G2T
    • UPC: 723668088622

  • Marines in the Korean War Commemorative Series: Drive North - U.S. Marines at the Punchbowl

    This official U.S. Marine Corps history provides unique information about important aspects of the Korean War. Here is an excerpt:General Thomas arrived in Korea to face an entirely new war. The October 1950 dream of unifying Korea under the sponsorship of the United Nations (U.N.) had swirled away with the Chinese winter intervention. The war still hung in the balance as the United Nations Command attempted to drive the Communist invaders out of the Republic of Korea (ROK) for the second time in less than a year. The U.S. Eighth Army and its Korean counterpart, the Hanguk Gun (South Korean Armed Forces) had rallied in January and February 1951, under the forceful leadership of Lieutenant General Matthew B. Ridgway, USA. United Nations Command had then driven back the Chinese Communist Forces (CCF) and the North Korean People's Army (NKPA). The allies had advanced well north of the 38th Parallel in central and eastern Korea. Goaded by Mao Zedong, General Peng Dehuai ordered his joint expeditionary force of 693,000 Chinese and North Korean soldiers to mount one more grand offensive. Eleven Chinese armies and two North Korean corps (40 divisions) would smash south just west of Hwachon Reservoir in the sectors held by the U.S. I and IX Corps. At a minimum the Communist forces, about...

    • ASIN: B00AZSBY7K

  • Arrow - Medal Presentation Box - Black - Gold Print: "United States Marine Corps Service Commemorative 1775-2000 - Leatherette Cover - New

    Arrow - Medal Presentation Box - Black Leatherette Outer Covering - United States Marine Corps Service Commemorative 1775-2000 - Gold Lettering - Inside Top White Satin Lining - Bottom: Black Felt with Pin Holes for Medal and Ribbon - Plastic Cover for Medal Piece - Measures 4.75 x 4.75 x 0.75 Inches - New - Display you medals or that of family members proudly

    • Color: Black
    • Brand: United States Marine Corp
    • ASIN: B01EIO8GXG
    • UPC: 720171450335