(PRWEB) October 03, 2013
Local uniform superstore, USA Military Medals, is grabbing the attention of Massachusetts National Guard Soldiers, here, today, by stocking select Massachusetts Distinctive Unit Crests.
A “unit crest” or distinctive unit insignia (DUI) is a metal heraldic device worn by soldiers in the United States Army.
The crests -- including the U.S. Army Massachusetts National Guard Unit Crest (Ense Petit Placidam), U.S. Army 101st Infantry Massachusetts Army National Guard Unit Crest (Semper Paratus), U.S. Army 126th Aviation Unit Crest (Faith Flight Fidelity), and the U.S. Army 223rd Military Intelligence Unit Crest (Insight Through Inquiry), to name a few -- are sold in pairs and ship within hours.
"I know from personal experience that unit crests aren't generally something you'll find at a military clothing sales store," said USAMM LLC President of Business Operations, Jared Zabaldo.
USAMM owns and operates USA Military Medals along with various other e-commerce uniform stores.
"And Massachusetts isn't exactly near our spot here in Oregon, so it's a huge deal for Soldiers over there to be able to rely on us to stock these crests," said Zabaldo.
These Massachusetts unit insignia are available for purchase now on UMM. Service members may additionally find and purchase their military medals and ribbons through the online “Ez Rack Builder” program – a free uniform tool available to all veterans and active duty service personnel.
"Places like Fort Devins, in Devins, just aren't going to stock all these insignia, so Massachusetts Soldiers can rest easy knowing we carry them online 24/7," said Zabaldo.
About USA Military Medals:
USA Military Medals (http://www.usamilitarymedals.com/) is an Internet-based company formed in 2005, carrying more than 12,000 dress uniform products in stock and specializing in custom military medal and military ribbon rack production with their state-of-the-art rack builder. USA Military Medals also operates a brick and mortar store servicing local military personnel and veterans.