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.
Big Red One – The 1st Infantry Division is the oldest unit in the U.S. Army. Organized in 1917, this unit is currently based out of Fort Riley, KS, and earned its nickname of “The Big Red One” after its distinctive shoulder patch. Our charm is a .925 sterling silver replica of the 1st Infantry’s insignia and is inscribed on the back with “The Big Red One”.
Fort Richardson - Fort Richardson, AK located close to Anchorage, and near Fort Richardson state park. This beautiful Alaskan country has many outdoor things to do to include fishing. Our Fort Richardson charm is a .925 sterling silver salmon with Ft Richardson AK inscribed on the back.
MCAS Cherry Point, NC - Cherry Point is located in Havelock, North Carolina, and is currenlty home to the 2nd Marine Aircraft Wing. The facility was named after a local post office situated on a "Point" among the cherry trees that once grew there. Cherry Point is one of the best all weather jet bases in the world. The charm is a pair of sterling cherries with red enamel on the cherries. Cherry Point MCAS is inscribed on the back.
MCB Camp Pendleton, Ca.- Marine Corps Base Camp Pendleton is located just north of San Diego in California. It is home to I Marine Expeditionary Force and various training commands. The base is situated along the Pacific Ocean with 17 miles of coastline and has some of the best surfing in the country. The Camp Pendleton charm is therfore a sterling silver surfboard with blue stripes and red scrolling. Camp Pendleton is inscribed on the back. Size 14mmx4mm
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.
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.
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.
HMLA 367 – Currently based at MCB Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii, Marine Light Attack Helicopter Squadron 367 has a lineage dating back to 1943 and has been flying Cobras since 1969. Our charm is a .925 sterling silver rendition of the HMLA 367 insignia accented with red and green enamels. “Scarface” and “HMLA 367” are inscribed on the top and bottom banners.
Joint Forces Korea - Established after the Korean War, United States Forces Korea (USFK) refers to the ground, air and naval divisions of our armed forces stationed in South Korea. With over 28,000 troops stationed on the peninsula, USFK provides a forward presence in the region. Our Joint Forces Korea charm is a .925 sterling silver rendition of the National Emblem of South Korean: a blue and red taegeuk, or yin-yang symbol, centered among 5 white hibiscus petals. “US Forces Korea” is…