3/8 Camp Lejeune, NC - 3rd Battalion 8th Marines is a U.S. Marine Unit based out of Camp Lejuene, NC. The unit consists of approximately 1000 Marines and Sailors and their motto is "Fortuna Favet Fortibus" meaning Fortune Favors the Strong. The battalion was first activated in 1940 and has since served in many engagements around the world. The 3/8 charm is a sterling silver rendition of the 3/8 insignia.
Monterey, CA - There are two military schools located in Monterey. Defense Language Institute/Foreign Language Center (DLIFLC) at the Presidio of Monterey Army Installation and Naval Postgraduate School (NPS). DLIFLC is the DOD’s primary foreign language school offering the study of foreign languages at highly accelerated paces. NPS is an accredited research university operated by the United States Navy that grants both master’s degrees and doctoral degrees. The population of both schools is…
3/2 Camp Lejeune, NC- 3rd Battalion 2nd Marines is a U.S. Marine Unit based out of Camp Lejuene, NC. Also known as "Betio Bastards", it consists of approximately 1000 Marines and Sailors. The battalion was first activated in 1941 and has since served in many engagements around the world. The 3/2 charm is a sterling silver rendition of the 3/2 insignia. "Betio Bastards" is written on a banner around the insignia. It is accented with red and yellow enamel.
2D Recon, Camp Lejeune, NC - 2d Recon is located at Camp Lejeune, NC and falls under the command of 2nd Marine Division. The battalion's logo includes a death's head, crossed paddles and words; swift, silent and deadly. The items contained on the logos are meant to represent the unique nature of Recon's amphibious role.
CLB-13 - Combat Logistics Battalion 13 is a Marine Corps logistics battalion based out of Camp Pendleton and falls under the command of the 1st Marine Logistics Group. Forming the combat logistics element of the 13th Marine Expeditionary Unit, they have acquired the nickname of Lucky, or Lucky 13. Our charm is a .925 sterling silver replica of the CLB-13 logo accented with green and black enamel.
MCRD Parris Island, SC- The Marine Corps Recruit Depot in Parris Island, SC is one of two places where enlisted Marines go for Basic Training. The Yellow Footprints are the first thing a Marine recruit sees when they step off the bus for boot camp. It is truly a site they will never forget. The Parris Island Yellow Footprints are crafted from sterling silver with yellow enamel and inscribed with Parris Island on the back. Size 14mmx14mm
HMH363 - HMH 363- HMH 363 is a United States Marine Corps helicopter squadron consisting of CH-53 Sea Stallion transport helicopters. The squadron, known as the "Lucky Red Lions", is based at MCAS Kaneohe Bay, HI and was activated on June 2, 1952. Their mission is to provide assault support transport of combat troops, supplies and heavy equipment. The charm is a sterling silver rendition of the “Lucky Red Lions” logo with red and green enamel accents.
Officers Wives Club Camp Pendleton - OWC Camp Pendleton is the Officer Spouses Club located in Camp Pendleton, CA. The charm is a sterling silver tag with OWC inscribed on it. The “O” is in the shape of a sun to represent sunny southern California. It is accented with a yellow gem and red enamel. Camp Pendleton CA is inscribed on the back.
Eagle, Globe and Anchor- The Eagle, Globe and Anchor became the official emblem of the Marine Corps in 1955. The eagle with spread wings represents our proud nation. The globe signifies worldwide presence. The anchor stands for naval tradition. The charm is sterling silver and 3-dimensional with black accents. USMC is inscribed on the globe.