Operation Red Wings Axelson, Dietz, & Murphy Memorial Coin Set. Navy SEAL’s

Operation Red Wings Axelson, Dietz, & Murphy Memorial Coin Set. Navy SEAL's
Operation Red Wings Axelson, Dietz, & Murphy Memorial Coin Set. Navy SEAL's
Operation Red Wings Axelson, Dietz, & Murphy Memorial Coin Set. Navy SEAL's
Operation Red Wings Axelson, Dietz, & Murphy Memorial Coin Set. Navy SEAL's

Operation Red Wings Axelson, Dietz, & Murphy Memorial Coin Set. Navy SEAL's
One of a kind. And will be very rare as this set of three Operation Red Wings Memorial Challenge Coins with matching last name and numbered set in clear single pocket vinyl flips (Numbered sets 1-10 will receive a special velvet hard case that holds all three coins) and are only limited to 50 sets! The three coins you will receive are: LT. Michael P Murphy, SO2 Matthew Axelson, &SO2 Danny Dietz which were part of a 4-Man SEAL team, killed in an ambush on June 28th, 2005. These coins are not only for the collector, but for those who appreciate and respect those who put themselves into harm’s way every day and who gave the ultimate sacrifice. These coins are 2 each and 7.2 mm thick with the 3D graphics and are limited to only 50. The number sequence goes as follows. Axe 1, Dietz 1, & Murph 1. All the way to. You will not find a better-quality coin representing these heroes out now. I challenge you to compare this coin to the others out there. Real attention to detail was used during the design process. Coin numbers will go out in the order they come in unless you would prefer a specified number set. For example, if you are the first person to order, you get #1-coin set, second person to order will get the #2-coin set, etc. The first 10 orders will also receive a very special gift as well as the velvet hard display case. Shout out to Benning Custom Coins for these amazing pieces of art and history! Thanks so much for your patience if you pre-ordered as the special display cases will be in this week and I only have two more left!!! The #9 set and the #10 set! So get them now as they will not be available again! Sets will not be separated. Thanks, and please Never Forget! The item “Operation Red Wings Axelson, Dietz, & Murphy Memorial Coin Set. Navy SEAL’s” is in sale since Wednesday, February 07, 2018. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “3rd_echelon” and is located in Crawfordville, Florida. This item can be shipped to United States.
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Operation Red Wings Axelson, Dietz, & Murphy Memorial Coin Set. Navy SEAL's

Operation DEEP FREEZE Antarctica C-141 Starlifter Navy Air Force Challenge Coin

Operation DEEP FREEZE Antarctica C-141 Starlifter Navy Air Force Challenge Coin
Operation DEEP FREEZE Antarctica C-141 Starlifter Navy Air Force Challenge Coin

Operation DEEP FREEZE Antarctica C-141 Starlifter Navy Air Force Challenge Coin
Navy / Air Force Challenge Coin. Condition : Used and in good condition. This coin is 1 5/8 inches in diameter. Operation Deep Freeze sees end of C-141 Starlifter era. Chuck Roberts, Air Force Print News. / Published January 31, 2005. CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand — The gateway to the highest, driest and coldest continent on earth remains wide open and actively engaged by Airmen deployed supporting Operation Deep Freeze. Since late August, Air Force LC-130 Hercules equipped with skis have flown more than 330 sorties supporting the U. Antarctic Program which allows scientists from around the world to conduct research at McMurdo Station located on Ross Island. “Airmen love this mission, ” said Col. Tye Beasely, commander for Support Forces Antarctica. You get a sense of satisfaction at the end of the day. You can see the results, he said. The program these Airmen support includes research that includes the discovery of meteorites, new fossils and breakthrough discoveries on holes in the ozone layer. It’s like you’re helping rewrite textbooks. It’s a good feeling. LC-130s from the New York Air National Guards 109th Airlift Wing at Scotia, have flown cargo and scientists from McMurdo to remote sites throughout Antarctica such as the South Pole. Besides the LC-130s, whose skis allow the cargo planes to take off and land on snow and ice, C-17 Globemaster IIIs and C-141 Starlifters have supported the mission by flying passengers and supplies from Support Forces Antarctica headquarters here to McMurdo. Since August, aircraft moved thousands of passengers and millions of pounds of cargo. C-17s got the season under way by ferrying supplies, scientists and workers from Christchurch to McMurdo to relieve the small core of people who reside at McMurdo through the winter. After that operation, dubbed Winfly, was completed, C-141s have since provided rotator service for passengers and equipment from New Zealand to McMurdo where they land on both a hard-packed snow runway and frozen-sea ice runway. The LC-130s are vital to the operation because they are able to land on more unstable runways of snow and ice. Their service made possible the construction of the new research facility in the South Pole. Every piece of the new site has been delivered by LC-130s. “We’re the gateway to Antarctica, ” Colonel Beasley said, adding that the mission has gone smoothly so far. It will conclude with the redeployment of about 1,000 temporary residents of McMurdo by the end of February. That is when the summer season ends and average winter temperatures of minus-70 degrees begin setting in. The season has not been without a few interesting twists, however. A large section of a nearby iceberg has broken free and currently lies anchored in the vicinity of McMurdo Sound. The sound is the entry point for U. Coast Guard ice-breaker ships that chisel a path for supply ships providing critical wintertime fuel and supplies. The iceberg currently poses no threat to access to the sound. However, after plowing a pathway through the ice, one of the ice breakers incurred problems with its propeller and was in dock for repairs until Jan. It is currently circling near the coast where the rustic metal buildings that make up McMurdo Station rest on a hillside underneath Mount Eribis with its plume of smoke rising from the active volcano. This season marks the end of an era for the C-141s, which have supported the operation since the 1960s. They are being taken out of the Air Force inventory and will be replaced next year by C-17s. The season also marks the closure of a small detachment of Airmen permanently assigned to Christchurch. Those functions, such as information management and logistics, now will be handled by seasonal augmentees who will arrive alongside traditional augmentees such as the first sergeant position and maintainers. Also, future operations will fall under the leadership of U. Pacific Command instead of U. The changes should be seamless, Colonel Beasley said, and the fun and reward will remain the same for Airmen who will deploy supporting the unique mission. Never personally given any of the coins. All coins are guaranteed to be in excellent condition unless otherwise specified above. The free listing tool. The item “Operation DEEP FREEZE Antarctica C-141 Starlifter Navy Air Force Challenge Coin” is in sale since Saturday, April 29, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “rolyat11″ and is located in Panama City, Florida. This item can be shipped worldwide.
Operation DEEP FREEZE Antarctica C-141 Starlifter Navy Air Force Challenge Coin

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Operation Geronimo Navy Seal Team 6 Coins(2)

Operation Geronimo Navy Seal Team 6 Coins(2)
Operation Geronimo Navy Seal Team 6 Coins(2)
Operation Geronimo Navy Seal Team 6 Coins(2)
Operation Geronimo Navy Seal Team 6 Coins(2)
Operation Geronimo Navy Seal Team 6 Coins(2)

Operation Geronimo Navy Seal Team 6 Coins(2)
These two coins and packet commemorate the capture and elimination of Osama Bin Laden by Navy Seal Team 6 on May 1. One is silver and the other is 24k gold plated. Front side honors Navy Seal Team 6 and the reverse side commemorates NYC Twin World Trade Towers, the Pentagon and Flight 93 which passengers brought down in a field in Pennsylvania. Included with the coins are all original paperwork and the top secret government packet! The item “Operation Geronimo Navy Seal Team 6 Coins(2)” is in sale since Tuesday, October 24, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Current Militaria (2001-Now)\Original Items\Challenge Coins”. The seller is “brenflak” and is located in Snowflake, Arizona. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Russian federation, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, Ukraine, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia.
Operation Geronimo Navy Seal Team 6 Coins(2)