Challenge Coin Hard Plastic Storage Case Protective Capsule For 1 1/4" 32mm


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Challenge Coin Hard Plastic Storage Case Protective Capsule For 1 1/4″ 32mm

Survivors Edge, LLC
Challenge Coin
Hard Plastic Storage Case
For 1 1/4″ (32mm) Size Coin
Condition: New
Material: Hard Plastic Case
Note: Coin NOT included
Coin not included
What is a challenge coin?  A challenge coin is a small coin or medallion (usually military), bearing an organizations insignia or emblem and carried by the organization’s members. Traditionally, they are given to prove membership when challenged and to enhance morale. In addition, they are also collected by service members. In practice, challenge coins are normally presented by unit commanders in recognition of special achievement by a member of the unit.
The CEO of Survivors Edge received his first challenge coin while serving in the United States Marine Corps back in the early 80’s.  Now he carries one every day from wife.  It’s a “Pride, Commitment, Service” fireman’s coin.  Whether in his turnout gear for fires, or station gear for medical calls, it’s in his left front pocket.  It reminds him of the love, care and honor his wife has for him, as well as prayers for his safe return.  It’s just a coin. It has no magical powers.  But give one of these to someone you hold close in your heart, and it will become infinitely much more powerful than a round piece of metal.
This hard plastic case is a great way to protect your coin from damage or wear, while displaying at the same time! The top plastic piece fits easily into the bottom.
Looking for a Marine Corps logo item? Make sure you drop us a note.  We’re adding new items all the time.  By the way, all of us at Survivors Edge are Marines.
“Today, we understand that peace through strength is more than a slogan. In a world such as ours, it’s a moral necessity, and in the tough job of preserving the peace and defending our nation’s independence and freedom, the U.S. Marines have always been there, ready to do their duty.”
President Ronald Reagan