As we roll into the month of December, the chill has started to set in for most of the country. However, the cold weather never stops outdoor enthusiasts who find a common pleasure in being outside. Whether you are hiking for the afternoon on a day hike or spending a week in the woods, trailblazing in the mountains or taking a weekend fishing trip, you should have durable, comfortable clothes to keep you warm.
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Medals of America’s military clothing is the perfect fit for men who enjoy the outdoors. Our collection offers vests, sweaters and jackets with both the traditional military look and a more modern approach to military fashion. Read Full Story Here...
Medals of America has an extensive collection of Army Polo’s and Shirts, with over 60 options to choose from for you or a loved one who has served in the United States Army. The most popular item is this collection is the Army Gameday Polo. If you are an alumni of the United States Army Academy in West Point, or just want to support the team in the rivalry game against Navy, then this 100% micro polyester shirt will be the perfect fit to showcase your fandom.
Medal of Honor recipient, Jon R. Cavaiani.
Jon Cavaiani was born in Royston England, August 2, 1943, and moved to the United States in 1947 with his parents.
Before joining, Cavaiani was classified as 4F due to a bee allergy. He then had negotiations with a doctor about his classification, and it was changed so that he could enlist with the Army. In 1970, Cavaiani was deployed to Vietnam with the Special Forces. While there, Cavaiani adopted a son, and created an orphanage for his boy and other children who had lost their families from the war. While Cavaiani was away, the orphanage was attacked, and everyone inside the building, including his son, were killed, except for one monk. This monk was told to deliver a message to Cavaiani to leave the area, and to never return. Read Full Story Here...
Army Retired CSIB
Just a quick post. A few people have asked about putting the Army Retired Patch on the Class A Uniform for those that have put away the ole greens. Its nice to stay up with military uniform trends and regs, but it’s clear that color patches are going the way of the dinosaur except in ceremonial occasions in which you will probably be wearing a combat uniform with nasty hook and loop locations all over it. Lucky for us the Institute has fast tracked the making of the Army Retired CSIB for use on the blues. Take a look at it here: http://www.medalsofamerica.com/Item–i-E561L.