The soldiers assigned to Camp Bullis have an important task -- to support base operations to Joint Base San Antonio and provide training. These men and women have decided to give their all. When its time to give them a personalized gift of recognition, consider these challenge coins.
Seems hard to believe that one Army base could provide support to more than 100,000 personal, but Fort Benning rises to the challenge. It is home to the 198th and 199th Infantry Brigade, the 194th Armored Brigade, the 316th Cavalry Brigade, the 11th Engineer Battalion, 14th Combat Support Hospital, 3rd Armor Brigade Combat Team, 75th Ranger Regiment, 17th Air Support Operations Squadron as well as the location of the U.S. Army Armor School and the U.S. Army Infantry School.
Fort Bliss is the home to the 1st Armored Division, the 15th Sustainment Brigade, the 402nd Field Artillery Brigade, 5th Armored Brigade, 32nd Army Air and Missile Defense Command, 11th Air Defense Artillery Brigade, and the 86th Expeditionary Signal Battalion. We're pleased to offer 2 challenge designs that honor this base.
North Carolina is home to Fort Bragg, one of the most critically important U.S. Army installations in the country. Named for Confederate General Braxton Bragg, the base hosts the Army's airborne and special forces.
The 187th Infantry Regiment, nicknamed the Rakkasans, are stationed at Fort Campbell. These military gift ideas are perfectly suited to members of this regiment.
Fort Eustis is Home of Army Transportation and our collection honoring this base includes challenge coins for Transportation Corps and the Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command.
Fort Greely is the headquarter base for the Ground-Based Midcourse Defense System, which guards the United States against inter-continental ballistic missile attacks.
All of our Fort Hood Gifts are challenge coins that celebrate the different organizations stationed at this base including the 13th Sustainment Command, 3rd Armored Cavalry, DENTAC, 41st Fires Brigades, III Corps and the 1st Cav.
These Army gifts show the crest of the Army Intelligence Center with the motto “Always Out Front” and also feature the United States Army Great Seal.
Fort Jackson motto is "Where America’s Warriors are Born." It is the home to the Drill Sergeant School, the Army Soldier Support Institute, Army Chaplains Center, and Defense Academy for Credibility Assessment.
Established in 1909 in Wisconsin, Fort McCoy has been in continuous service since, training forces for deployment during conflicts from World War II and Korea through the present.
The U.S. Military Academy Preparatory School is the stepping stone to West Point. Located at the Army's Fort Monmouth, New Jersey, the mission of the school not only prepares students for West Point but also molds within them the character for success in the future. The motto Desire, Faith, Effort can be found on the challenge coin that salutes this worthy institution.
The oldest regiment in the Army of the United States of America is the 3rd Infantry Regiment. Renamed in the 20th century to "The Old Guard," its headquarters is Fort Myer in Virginia which dates back to the Civil War. Together, these two institutions share a rich sense of tradition.
What makes this collection of memorabilia saluting the finest installations and bases is variety. Gifts for Professionals offers individual gifts for more Army ranks, bases, schools and divisions that anyone! Among our offerings are the collection of challenge coins honoring Fort Rucker. We have more coins for this base than most as there is so much to commemorate including the Army Aviation Center, and the Apache and Chinook helicopters.
There's an interesting history to Fort Sill. It was one of the original forts built in the 19th century in the southern plains during the Indian Wars and is now the last one still in operation. It's home not only to the Army Field Artillery School but also serves as a base for the Marine Corps artillery school. As one of the few sites where basic training is taught, this base has played a significant role in the defense of America and her interests for more than 100 years.
The Army once operated Fort Richardson in Anchorage, Alaska while the Air Force had its own facility -- Elmendorf Air Base. During the mid-2000s, the Base Closure and Realignment Commission recommended combining the facilities and thus Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson was created. The two bases were already adjacent to each other and today it operates as the headquarters for the 673d Air Base Wing, Alaskan Command, US Army Alaska, 4th Brigade Airborne Combat Team and the Eleventh Air Force.
On October 1, 2009, the Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek-Fort Story was established, the first Joint Base in Hampton Roads. Joint Expeditionary Base Little Creek – Fort Story is the country’s premier installation for housing and training the nation’s Expeditionary Forces. It is one command with two properties: Joint Expeditionary Base Fort Story and JEB Little Creek. The Joint Expeditionary Base is comprised of the former Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek and the Army Post of Fort Story. Fort Story witnessed the humble beginnings of our country at the 1607 first landing site. Little Creek began as a dynamic training ground for World War II amphibious forces. Together they comprise the crown jewel of America’s military bases.
As the largest U.S. Military hospital outside the USA, Landstuhl Regional Medical Center has a distinctive place for healing wounded warriors for more than half a century.
Rock Island has been in operation since the days of the Civil War. Today, it manufactures weapons for the United States Army.
We proud to take our depth of Army installation gifts deeper with a single gift honoring the Army training center at Grafenwoehr Germany.
The U.S. Army's presence in Baumholder, Germany is honored with this challenge coin.