Archive for the ‘Morale’ Category

Blue Force Gear – ‘Go Find Work’ T-Shirt

Friday, April 8th, 2016

Go Find Work Front

Whether you’re in the shoot house or on the objective you don’t want to get caught with your hands in your pockets when the hall boss comes by.  This shirt is a not so subtle reminder that there is always work to be done.  Sometimes you just have to go find it.

Go Find Work Back

This unique design and message is printed on a preshrunk 40/60 Poly-Cotton blend for maximum comfort and durability while the athletic cut of the shirt keeps you looking sharp.


•             60% Combed Ring-Spun Cotton/40% Polyester Sueded Jersey
•             4.3 oz. Fabric Weight
•             Fabric Laundered for Reduced Shrinkage
•             1×1 Sueded Baby Rib-Knit Set-In Collar
•             Designed and Printed in Savannah, GA

A portion of all proceeds from the sale of these shirts will be donated to the Special Operations Care Fund.

Born On The 4th Of July – Static Line Key Chains

Sunday, April 3rd, 2016

I ran across these the other day and thought it was a cool share for the paratroopers out there.


They’ve got a whole slew of products beside the T10 static line key chains, including dog leashes.


What’s more, they have versions with unit insignia and jump wings and other scare badges.

Anachrobellum LLC – Roger’s Rangers T-Shirt 

Friday, April 1st, 2016

This is NOT an April Fool’s Release

01 April Broken Arrow
, Roger’s Rangers are back in the Roger’s Rangers Returned shirt from Anachrobellum. The frontiersmen and scouts trained by Robert Rogers were asymmetrical warfare experts before there even was a Continental Army (and long before anyone coined the term Asymmetrical Warfare). Once the Continental Army was established, its original 10 Rifle Companies were veterans of Roger’s Rangers.

Capt. Robert Rogers first recruited his men in 1775 to support the British Army during the French and Indian War, conducting recce operations, raiding and essentially becoming an iconic example of (truly) light infantry operations.

This is a storied unit of American military history. Indeed, Rogers Rules of Ranging are studied and quoted even today — just take a look at the United States Army Ranger Handbook, numerous scholarly works about warfare and counterinsurgency manuals. As such, Anachrobellum believes this warrior archetype to be imminently suitable for many of today’s armed citizens and uniformed professionals.

“Such in general are the rules to be observed in the Ranging service; there are, however, a thousand occurrences and circumstances which may happen that will make it necessary in some measure to depart from them and to put other arts and stratagems in practice; in which cases every man’s reason and judgment must be his guide, according to the particular situation and nature of things; and that he may do this to advantage, he should keep in mind a maxim never to be departed from by a commander, viz. to preserve a firmness and presence of mind on every occasion.”

(Text found immediately after the 28 Rules of Ranging in Robert Rogers original journal.)

The original Roger’s Rangers were obviously limited in their equipment and weaponry. Those of today have far more impressive tools — this is why our Roger’s Ranger Returned is rocking SKD PIG gloves, a MK17 with Elcan Spector and PEQ15 — as well as assorted other gear and the mandatory tomahawk of course!

Pick one up at or find them on Instagram, @anachrobellum. Please also take a look at our previous designs (Viking and Samurai) and let us know what you think other great archetypes might be. Watch the website for changes coming soon, it won’t be too long before we will be standing on our won. Thank you for your support!


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Airborne Ranger – #BLACKOPSMATTER Shirt

Monday, March 28th, 2016


American Marauder’s #BLACKOPSMATTER shirt is a celebration of Black Ops successes, consisting of a white heavyweight cotton white printed with recreated photos of “the most notorious dicks in the last 30 years.” Handprinted in the USA and available in sizes S-2XL.

Hostile Intent Fabrications – Armed Christian Patch

Friday, March 25th, 2016

This is a press release from Hostile Intent Fabrications regarding the release of their latest morale patch, the Armed Christian. The full details can be read below:



With the attack this morning in Belgium, reminding ISIS that we in the U.S. are not soft targets, but a hardened and armed free nation, is more important than ever. In countries that they occupy ISIS has been busy marking homes and businesses owned by Christians with an Arabic letter -> ? (pronounced “noon”). This is done in both Syria and Iraq to denote those places that will either be taxed to live in the supposed Caliphate or killed in their rolling genocide. H.I.F. wanted to make a little something to let them know that trying that proposition here in the U.S. would be a wholly different and unpleasant experience. This embroidered patches has a hooked velcro back and measures 3.40″ x 2.90″. It’s time to remind the beasts that we refuse to be prey.

Find this and other patches at

The Spartan (Hollywood Edition) from Vets Recreation Center

Tuesday, March 22nd, 2016

If you like the idea of 550 cord bracelets but are looking for something a little different, check out the Spartan Hollywood Edition from Vets Recreation Center.


First off, it has an aluminum skeleton that makes it work more like a cuff than a bracelet since it doesnt have a buckle.  This design is also, one-size-fits-all.  Additionally, the design incorporates parachutist or air assault wings and the badge can be quickly swapped out.  Finally, you can choose the color of 550 cord wrap.

Did Someone Say ‘Can of Whoopass?’

Wednesday, March 16th, 2016


U.S. Elite will be selling their exclusive 45 Caliber Can O’ WhoopAss this month in honor of April Fools.

Threaten a nasty coworker. Scare your kids. Buy one for your sissy friend who could use a little help unleashing their own inner WhoopAss.

No matter how you use it, the Can O’ WhoopAss is a perfect gag for April Fools.

Get yours at

39th Annual Airborne Awards Festival

Tuesday, March 1st, 2016

The 39th Annual Awards Festival is scheduled for April 13-16, 2016. This Festival serves active duty and retired airborne soldiers of all services. It serves to extend the brotherhood of the airborne ethos.

Airborne Awards Festival

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