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Challenge Coins of The United States Military

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GENE RHOTON said:   July 14, 2018 12:32 pm PST
SIRS; IS THERE ANY CHANCE OF FINDING BOBBY MARTIN THAT WAS ATTACHED TO TO CO.A/2ND502ND IN 1967 IN VIET NAM? I HAVE BEEN HUNTING FOR 51 YEARS NOW!!!

ScottSmith said:   May 17, 2018 3:52 am PST
Hi everybody, Martensite is a highly strained and stressed, supersaturated form of carbon and iron and is exceedingly hard but brittle. Depending on the carbon content, the martensitic phase takes different forms. https://goo.gl/tVckyJ

Gilbert T. Graue Sr. said:   December 28, 2015 11:51 pm PST
To Whom It May Concern ; I am sending this message in hopes that one of your trooper's will stop making my life a living hell. The one I am speaking of is Doris E. Green. She is my ex-wife and has began to cause trouble between the children we brought into this world with words of slander against me. I was told this evening by my little sister that Doris is spreading a rumor that I touched my grand-daughter. If this does not stop I will have no choice but to take this matter to a lawyer here where I live. I myself did my basic there in Fort Bliss and my A.I.T. for the Hawk Missle System back in 1987. I'm out of the service with an honorable discharge and draw a 50% disability check from the goverment. Thank-you for your time with the matter at hand and God bless each of you and your families !!

Chuck Troupe said:   December 21, 2014 1:16 pm PST
I served with the 61s Air Defense Artillery in Regensberg Germany 1961-1964. Glad to see the 61st crest on a few of the challenge coins, but nothing of the 6th Battalion, Battery D.

DANIEL E ROCHA said:   July 28, 2014 6:00 pm PST
c co. 142th battalion fort hood TX spc4. 1976-1980 cable platoon. salute you!

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