• Replacement Ribbon

    $4.00$4.50
    $3.00$3.38
    • When you only want to carry the bare necessities with you, this clever double pocket silicone stick-on wallet makes it possible.
    • 3M Adhesive backing sticks securely to the back of your cell phone and won't leave any sticky residue when removed.
    • Double pockets provide plenty of room to hold your military ID, credit cards, and more
    • Size: 3-1/4" x 2-1/4" x 1/4".
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    Signal Towers Coasters

    $10.00$35.00
    Slate coasters with Signal Towers and date
  • SCRA Coin

    $8.00 $6.00
  • SCRA Color Coin

    $10.00 $7.50
  • Engraved Caravan 6-Function Pocket Knife Color: gunmetal grey Blades (all stainless steel) include knife, can opener, bottle opener, flat head screwdriver, Phillips head screwdriver, and corkscrew. On a convenient key ring.
  • 16 mm Gold Tone Drop Earring Glass Overlay
  • Author: Jack Jacobs and Douglas Century A Medal of Honor recipient looks back at his own service in the Vietnam War—and ahead to America’s future. Jack Jacobs was acting as an advisor to the South Vietnamese when he and his men came under devastating attack. Wounded, 1st Lt. Jacobs took command and withdrew the unit, returning again and again, saving fourteen lives—for which he received the Medal of Honor. Here, Col. Jacobs tells his stirring story of heroism, honor, and the personal code by which he has lived his life, and expounds with blunt honesty and insight his views on our contemporary world, and the nature and necessity of sacrifice. If Not Now, When? is a compelling account of a unique life at both war and peace, and the all-too-often unexamined role of the citizenry in the service and defense of the Republic. About the Author Jack Jacobs retired from the Army as a full Colonel in 1987, after more than twenty years of service. Today, he is widely regarded as one of the world’s most knowledgeable—and outspoken—military analysts. His career has bridged the disparate worlds of the military, business and academia. Jacobs serves on a number of charitable boards of directors and is the Vice Chairman of the Congressional Medal of Honor Foundation. He holds the McDermott Chair of Humanities and Public Affairs at the US Military Academy and appears about 500 times annually on television, commenting on defense issues, terrorism, and international affairs.