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Lapel Pins

CREATE YOUR OWN CUSTOM PIN, COIN, BELT BUCKLE, PATCH, OR LICENSE PLATE!   Custom cavalry pins, custom unit pins, custom army pins, custom military pins of any type, size, style, or design.

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  1. Phantoms F Co. 2-1 AVN Custom Pin

    Phantoms F Co. 2-1 AVN Custom Pin

    $6.00

    Phantoms F Co. 2-1 AVN Custom Pin - Measures 1-1/8" in diameter, gold text and outline. Phantom in center with air traffic control tower and Army helicopters Chinook, Blackhawk, and Kiowa Warrior. Single metal military-style clutch on back. Learn More
  2. 2nd ACR Toujours Pret

    2nd ACR Toujours Pret 7/8" Pin

    $4.00

    2nd Armored Cavalry Regiment lapel pin, Toujours Pret. 7/8" Learn More
  3. 3rd Infantry Division Pin

    3rd Infantry Division Unit Crest Pin

    $4.00

    3rd Infantry Division Unit Crest Pin Learn More
  4. 3d ACR Brave Rifles Pin

    3d ACR 7/8" Brave Rifles Pin

    $4.00

    3d ACR, or Armored Cavalry Regiment 7/8" lapel pin. "Brave Rifles" Learn More
  5. Custom 1-6 Cavalry Crusaders Pin

    Custom 1-6 Cavalry Crusaders Pin 1

    $5.00

    Specially Created for C Troop, these Custom 1-6 Cavalry Crusaders Pins measure approximately 1-1/8" tall with incredible detail! Learn More
  6. Bandit Troop 1 6 Cavalry Pins

  7. 6th Cavalry Regiment Lapel Pin

    6th Cavalry 7/8"

    $4.00

    6th Cavalry 7/8" Lapel Pin. Learn More
  8. 9th Cavalry Regiment Pin

    9th Cavalry 1" Lapel Pin

    $4.00

    9th Cavalry 1" Lapel Pin

    A gold color metal and enamel pin. An Indian in breech clout and war bonnet, mounted on a galloping pony, brandishing a rifle in his right and holding a single rein in his left hand, all in gold, displayed upon a five-bastioned fort in blue edged with gold.

    Symbolism
    The five-bastioned fort was the badge of the Fifth Army Corps in Cuba, of which the Ninth Cavalry was a part. The yellow outline is for the Cavalry, and the blue for active service in the Spanish-American War. The mounted Indian represents the Indian campaigns of the Regiment.

    Background
    The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the 9th Cavalry Regiment on 22 October 1925. It was redesignated for the 509th Tank Battalion on 23 May 1951. It was amended to change the symbolism on 31 July 1951. The insignia was redesignated for the 9th Cavalry Regiment on 1 October 1958.

    The 9th Cavalry Regiment was Learn More
  9. 10th Cavalry Lapel Pin - Right

    10th Cavalry Lapel Pin - Right

    $4.00

    10th Cavalry Lapel Pin - Right

    A gold color metal and enamel device. On a heraldic wreath and/or Sable, a buffalo statant Proper. On a scroll of the second fimbriated of the first the motto "READY AND FORWARD" of the like.

    The 10th Cavalry Regiment was formed as a segregated African-American unit. The 10th, along with the 9th Cavalry was one of the original "Buffalo Soldier" regiments. It served during the Indian Wars, the Spanish-American War in Cuba and in the Philippine-American War. It was the only African-American unit under American command that fought German soldiers during World War I. The regiment was trained as a combat unit but was later relegated to non-combat duty and served in that capacity in World War II. Learn More
  10. 10th Cavalry Lapel Pin - Left

    10th Cavalry Lapel Pin - Left

    $4.00

    10th Cavalry Lapel Pin - Left

    A gold color metal and enamel device. On a heraldic wreath and/or Sable, a buffalo statant Proper. On a scroll of the second fimbriated of the first the motto "READY AND FORWARD" of the like.

    The 10th Cavalry Regiment was formed as a segregated African-American unit. The 10th, along with the 9th Cavalry was one of the original "Buffalo Soldier" regiments. It served during the Indian Wars, the Spanish-American War in Cuba and in the Philippine-American War. It was the only African-American unit under American command that fought German soldiers during World War I. The regiment was trained as a combat unit but was later relegated to non-combat duty and served in that capacity in World War II. Learn More

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