Milwaukie, OR (PRWEB) December 20, 2013
Local uniform superstore, USA Military Medals, is stocking a complete selection of New York National Guard unit crests, here, today, as part of its commitment to New York Soldiers’ dress uniform needs.
From military slang, a distinctive unit insignia (DUI) or “unit crest” is a metal heraldic device worn by soldiers in the United States Army.
The insignia - including the 42nd Infantry Division Unit Crest (Rainbow), 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team Unit Crest (Empire), and the 258th Field Artillery Regiment Unit Crest (Paratus Et Fidelis), to name a few - are available in pairs with steel backing and ship within hours
“I know of four U.S. Army installations in New York, including Fort Drum and West Point,” said USAMM, LLC President of business operations, Jared Zabaldo.
USAMM owns and operates USA Military Medals along with various other military uniform e-commerce stores.
“But I have to say that these bases are going to stock the bare minimum of uniform accoutrements, which very likely will not include state unit-insignia,” said Zabaldo.
UMM is also assisting these Soldiers by providing fully assembled, mil-spec ribbon and medal racks, which can additionally be purchased through the free, online uniform-program, “EZ Rack Builder.”
From military slang, a military ribbon or medal “rack” represents the colorful rows of awards typically found above the wearer’s left pocket on U.S. armed forces dress uniforms.
“So when it comes time to get awards together for a DA photo or a ball, these New York Soldiers will be out of luck,” said Zabaldo. “Unless they head here, where there’s a complete inventory, AND fast service."
About USA Military Medals:
USAMM (http://www.usamilitarymedals.com/) is an Internet-based company formed in 2005, carrying more than 14,000 dress uniform products in stock and specializing in custom military medal and military ribbon rack production with their state-of-the-art rack builder. USAMM also operates a brick and mortar store servicing local military personnel and veterans.