Saunders Military Insignia is calling all women. Saunders Insignia has been selling to active military, veterans past and present , military families, and collectors for 41 years, but every year our female visitors has increased.
Online PR News – 11-December-2009 – – As the General Manager of Saunders Military Insignia, a company serving the military insignia market for 41 years, Earl F. Keaton knows his military insignia.
Earl Says, "170,000 tours of duty. That's how many tours of duty women have served in Iraq and Afghanistan since 2002. When people think of the Army, women are usually not the first thing that pops into their head. Women have been involved in war for many years. More than you possibly may realize."
Many people are not aware that the first and only woman to receive The Medal of Honor was Dr. Mary E. Walker, a contract surgeon during the Civil War.
"These are little pieces of Historical Army Insignia that a lot of folks don't know about."
Very recently it seems we have had in increase in interest in military insignia from women. "Women are especially interested in the custom made badges we have to offer." Saunders Insignia can make any custom embroidered patch you want, whether it is military, army, navy, marines, law enforcement or even the scouts. After all they have been making custom made emblems since they started in 1968.
Possibly, with more women active in the military from gunners, snipers, medics, military police, truck drivers, helicopter pilots and more. It;s nice to see women are supporting women.
"As far as I am concerned anyone who wants to support our troops is a friend of mine." The rules and technology of war have changed since the civil war. But, the courage and passion for patriotism expressed by these women has not changed at all. Women in war, are still making history.