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Marine Corps Retired Adhesive Medallion

Officially Licensed Product of the
U.S. Marine Corps
Item Number: 61056
Product Type:  Adhesive Medallion
Size: 1 3/4 inch (44mm) Round
Material: Brass Antique with Enamel
Price: $10.00


Marine Corps Retired

Peal the paper off the back and these retired Marine medallions will permanently stick to any clean and hard surface. We have seen them stuck on back windows of cars, mirrors, locker doors, refrigerators, and motorcycle gas tanks, to proclaim your status with the US Marine Corps.

Embodying strength, courage, and a determined leadership, those who have retired from service in the U.S. Marine Corps are deserving of the highest honor.

Willing to risk their lives on the front lines for freedom's sake, they have faced grave risks with unshakable confidence and a deep desire for victory. Through their many years of service, these skilled leaders have inspired those in their command to reach beyond their limits to achieve absolute excellence. Members of a proud tradition, these bold and brave individuals join a distinguished class of American warriors who have defended our nation against every enemy. Their uncompromising commitment to victory

This medallion is dedicated to all retired Marine Corps personnel, whose noble sacrifice has strengthened America's security. It features the American flag framed by the words of the Marine Corps motto: "Semper Fidelis." The word "Retired" is imprinted in bold against a blue enamel backdrop. Struck in a brass alloy and accented with radiant enamel highlights, this medallion comes packaged with a detailed header card.


™ United States Marine Corps. Officially Licensed Product of the United States Marine Corps (www.marines.com and 1.800.marines)