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Battle Dawgs / Wild Things Tactical Wolf Fur-Lined Jacket In Action

Friday, March 13th, 2015


Here you can see the customized Wild Things Tactical jackets in the field. These jackets are being used by the Battle Dawgs Racing team at this year’s Iditarod in order to raise awareness for their #stop22 campaign and the Veteran community.

For more information on Battle Dawgs Racing and the jacket, you can read our previous article:

RE Factor – Wooden Flags

Monday, March 9th, 2015

Thought these were cool.

Vietnam Medal Of Honor Recipients To be Recognized On Forever Stamp Sheet

Sunday, March 8th, 2015

Medal of Honor© USPS 2015

Stamps to be Dedicated Memorial Day at Vietnam Veterans Memorial

WASHINGTON — Sun., March 8, marks the 50th anniversary of the beginning of the ground war in Vietnam with the deployment of 3,500 Marines. By war’s end on April 30, 1975, nearly 3 million service men and women fought in the conflict that would take the lives of more than 58,000 Americans.

Of those who served during the Vietnam War, 258 were awarded the Medal of Honor. More than six out of 10 award recipients made the ultimate sacrifice, giving their lives while performing the courageous acts for which they were later honored. American military advisers had been involved in South Vietnam since the 1950s.

The Postal Service will honor these brave Americans by dedicating the Limited Edition Vietnam War Medal of Honor Prestige Folio Forever stamps on Memorial Day, May 25. The 1 p.m. ceremony, hosted by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund, and the National Park Service, will take place at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial on the National Mall in Washington, DC. The event is free and open to the public.

The Prestige Folio stamp sheet depicting many of the nearly 50 living Vietnam War recipients will be previewed later. The folio, which lists the names of all 258 recipients, will be modeled after the World War II and Korean War Medal of Honor Prestige Folio stamp sheets issued in 2013 and 2014 respectively.

Nation’s Most Prestigious Military Decoration

The Medal of Honor is our nation’s most prestigious military decoration. It is awarded by the president of the United States on behalf of Congress to members of the armed services who distinguish themselves through “conspicuous gallantry and intrepidity at the risk of life above and beyond the call of duty” while engaged in action against an enemy of the United States.

The Medal of Honor traces its origins to the first year of the Civil War, when Congress saw the need for a formal means of recognizing or rewarding acts of heroism. In 1861, James W. Grimes, a senator from Iowa, introduced a bill to “promote the efficiency of the Navy” by distributing “medals of honor.” President Abraham Lincoln signed the bill into law on Dec. 21, 1861. Lincoln signed a similar measure on behalf of the U.S. Army on July 12, 1862, and the country had two Medals of Honor: one for sailors, and one for soldiers.

Three Versions of the Medal of Honor

There are now three similar, yet distinct, versions of the Medal of Honor, one for each Military Department (Army, Navy, and Air Force). The medals are similar in that each consists of a variation of a five-pointed star worn around the neck on a light blue ribbon. The Navy version is awarded to those serving in the Navy and Marine Corps, and during times of war, to members of the Coast Guard. The Air Force, which was established as an independent department in 1947, adopted its distinctive Medal of Honor in 1965. The first presentation of the U.S. Air Force’s medal took place in 1967 during the Vietnam War.

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Air Commando Association – 4th Annual Air Commando Ruck March

Thursday, March 5th, 2015

Air Commando Association

The Air Commando Association will soon be holding its 4th Annual Air Commando Ruck March. On March 15th, 16 Air Commandos from Hurlburt Field will be participating in a 450-mile ruck march in honor of their Brothers and Sisters in Arms. The march will originate at MacDill AFT in Tampa, Flordia, and end at Hurlburt Field, FL. All donations raised will go towards the Special Ops Warrior Foundation, and the Air Commando Association.

Donations can be made at

Meet The MatBockers

Wednesday, February 25th, 2015

Violent Little Machine Shop came up with this cool send off on ‘Meet the Fockers’.

SharpWriter – Ronald Reagan The Liberator

Monday, February 23rd, 2015

Ronald Reagan the man, the myth, the legend. Driving the most the definition of American Muscle how can you get more Liberty into a painting, not much else to say about this.


You’ve probably seen SharpWriter’s numerous depictions of America’s Presidents but didn’t know anything about the artist or where to buy copies of the prints.

To order your copy of “Ronald Reagan The Liberator” or any of his other prints visit

Save The World – Think Green Tip

Thursday, February 19th, 2015

The “Save The World” design has been around for many years but was discontinued in 2014 with plans to bring it back with a fresh, new look.


The redesign has been in the works for months now but with all the new drama surrounding M855/SS109 “Green Tip” Ammunition, Pipehitters Union figured there couldn’t be a better time to re-release this classic design. Show your support by picking up one of these bad mama-jamas on the Pipe Hitters Union website today. Save the world, think green tip!

Tactical Tailor / Scroll Factory Caps

Wednesday, February 18th, 2015

Normally you have to reenlist to get your hands on one of these hats!

The Scroll Factory out of San Diego, CA, a Ranger veteran owned and run business, has teamed up with the Ranger department at Tactical Tailor to produce a limited run of signature series DUI cut out TT Operator Hat.

The 75th Ranger Regiment Distinctive Unit Insignia is symbolic of the 5307th Composite Unit Provisional, commonly referred to as Merrill’s Marauders from which the modern Ranger Regiment draws its lineage. The unit’s close cooperation with the Chinese forces in the China-Burma-India Theater is represented by the sun symbol from the Chinese flag. The star represents the Star of Burma, the country in which the Marauders campaigned during World War II. The lightning bolt is symbolic of the strike characteristics of the Marauders’ behind-the-line activities.

The Scroll Factory TT Operator Cap gives you classic ball cap styling combined with useful tactical features. Constructed to last from 100% cotton and features a rivetless top design, loop fastener panels on the front and top and heavy duty webbing with an adjustable slip lock buckle in the back. This hat is available exclusively from the Scroll Factory.

Fighter Design – Magnetic Patches

Friday, February 13th, 2015

Patch Magnets

Velcro-backed patches on a fridge?! Totally possible, thanks to Fighter Design’s Magnetic Patches. Featuring Velcro loop panel, the patches can be used with virtually any Velcro hook-backed morale patches to add a bit of flair to most metallic surfaces, including a fridge or inside a vehicle.


They’re currently available from Mil-Spec Monkey in packs of 5:

Thirty Seconds Out – Leadslinger Mulisha Patch

Friday, February 6th, 2015


Our Second Amendment roots run deep. We’re patriots. We know that our freedoms will be taken from us if we can’t defend ourselves. Ideals are peaceful. History is violent. Sling lead, train smart and never disarm. We are the Leadslinger Mulisha.

New from Thirty Seconds Out, the Leadslinger Mulisha leather patch comes in at 3.25″ x 1.5″, and features Velcro hook backing.