Greenville, SC (PRWEB) May 31, 2013
Medals of America is the premier place online to find replacements for official Unites States Armed Forces medals and other awards. They also have an exclusive ribbon rack builder, thousands of other products and an infinite number of customization options.
Being highly committed to Veteran affairs, Medals of America recently posted in their blog about a man named Tim Davis. Davis was a soldier who fought in the Vietnam War. Although he survived the war, many of his friends did not return. Davis stated that he never felt settled, or content with what happened to those he knew in Vietnam. So after years of unrest, Davis returned to Vietnam. He visited places of major battles, the areas he had been deployed to, and the places where many of his friends’ deaths occurred.
“I had a lot of buddies that got lost…got killed, and we were really, really close. It meant a lot for me to go back there and see where they actually got killed…and say goodbye to them,” Davis stated when asked about his trip back to Vietnam. When Davis returned home however, there was a surprise worthy of a man who fought for his nation. Over one hundred friends, family, and locals welcomed Davis home along with an escort of motorcyclists, police, and a military jeep.
This is the kind of story that Medals of America loves to hear, Veterans being shown genuine appreciation and honor for their service. Medals of America is one of the number one supporters of Veterans and they consistent fight to raise awareness for Veteran affairs.
About Medals of America
http://www.medalsofamerica.com/ is the premier source for Military Dog Tags, Medals, Badges, Military Ribbons, Patches, Rank, Rates and Insignia, as well as Custom Embroidered Clothing. We're also proud to offer our exclusive Rack Builder, Military Medals Builder and Custom Display Case Builder.
Veteran-owned and operated for more than 36 years! Our mission is simple - we want every Veteran and Service person to display the Medals our grateful Nation awarded them. Anything we can do to have all the great Americans who served their country in the Military Forces display their award will enrich future generations by these symbols of Duty, Honor and Country.
Also, be sure to visit our Military Blog at http://blog.medalsofamerica.com/.
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