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WAR Pendant From Tyr Group LLC 

The TYR Group WAR Pendant is a reproduction of WAR pendants during the Vietnam war. Some American Soldiers during the war would wear war pendants to counter those who wore peace pendants. The TYR Group WAR Pendant is made of AEB-L stainless steel and is approximately 3/16 inches thick. It is attached to a stainless steel loop finding and a length of 550 survival cord.

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17 Responses to “WAR Pendant From Tyr Group LLC ”

  1. Dave says:

    I was in the Seabees. Equipment operator in Viet Nam. We would take equipment manufactures key fobs and attach them to the bottom of our zippo lighters. Used them like a watch fob hanging out of our pocket. Brings back a lot of memories.

  2. Kit Badger says:

    In boot camp, pre-2001, we used to chant “Pray for War” before lights out. I think there is probably enough war for everyone today…

    • Major_Northeast_City says:

      We should all pray for the lost souls of the Syrian infants, children, Women that perished at the hands of the Syrian Gov.

      Drafted at 18, would never wear a “War” pin, that’s for the corporate’s that make all the money off “War”.

  3. John Thomas says:

    What is the shirt in the picture? It has a zipper and chest velcro like ACUs, but the pockets aren’t right- they look like a slanted pocket with button closure.

    • sjl777 says:

      Looks like a Beyond A9 shirt.

      • John Thomas says:

        That was my first thought, but not quite- the Beyond shirts have a button up front closure, their velcro has rounded corners, the stitching is different, and the pockets on this one look like they have straight flaps; the Beyond blouse has a point on the pockets.

        There’s another picture on Tyr’s website showing a different pendant that on the same shirt. From what little I can see in the two pictures, this shirt looks pretty much exactly like the current ACUs- zip front with little velcro tabs to hold the placket down, mandarin collar, velcro rank square. The only difference is the chest pockets.

  4. SamHill says:

    Looks to be something that would be interchangeable with fashion dog tags worn by young fellas at the gym who “wanted to join but…”

  5. Ex11A says:

    If they made these to look (even) more like the old G.I. Joe Adventure Team dog tag/medallion (A over T), then I might buy one.

  6. JK says:

    Sir! It represents the duality of man SIR!