Monday, 11 February 2013

Military Challenge Coins

Military Challenge Coins Detail
Military challenge coins are also known as military coins, unit coins, memorial coins, unit challenge coins, or commander's coin. The coin represents affiliation, support or patronage to the organization minted on the coin. The challenge coin is a treasured and respected representation of the organization minted on the coin.
Commanders use specially minted military coins to improve morale, foster unit esprit and honor service members for their hard work. For instance, each quarter during a weekend drill, commanders in the 507th Air Refueling Wing, Air Force Reserve, present a Commander's Coin to unit reservists demonstrating dedication to the Air Force Core Values of Integrity First, Service Before Self, and Excellence in All We Do.
Challenge coins are also exchanged outside the military. NASCAR, the NFL, Eagle Scouts and World Series of Poker all have their own challenge coins. They are also becoming popular with Police Departments, Fire Departments and Fraternal organizations. In 2007, the Utah Symphony and Opera gave challenge coins to all of its staff and musicians, making it the first symphony organization in America to do so.
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins

Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins
Military Challenge Coins

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