Army Challenge Coins
One of the biggest sources of challenge coins is the United States Army. Army challenge coins have been used as a means of rewarding their troops for a job well done as well as for building comradery between each other. The Army depends greatly on the interaction and cohesiveness between its troops, and challenge coins give them an additional tool to build those interactions.
Challenge Coin History
The history of challenge coins start over 100 years ago with World War I and the pilots that flew the aircraft during that time. Unknown to most, pilots of that time used to fly for the Army. It’s for that reason that challenge coins originated with the Army and they continue to make challenge coins to this day. Not only does the Army make challenge coins, they make extremely high quality coins. Embleholics serves the military and the armed forces by providing challenge coins of the highest standards to troops. We understand what it means to serve our country and that is why we spend so much time serving our customers when it comes to providing them the best service possible. We also make sure that we are the experts in our field when it comes to making a high quality challenge coin for the Army, because they expect great work. Embleholics strives to create unique and amazing looking coins for each and every customer.
Embleholics doesn’t just make great coins; we also give back to the military and Army community by donating a portion of our profits to nonprofits serving military, veterans, and their families. We provide support to the DAV.org which provides funding to disabled veterans. We also support Wounded Wear which provides 89% of their total funding to support disabled military veterans. No matter who we support with our donations, you can expect that they meet the same high standards that our company does for our customers.
Army challenge coins are a kind of memorabilia that we at Embleholics are proud to make. We are proud to provide our fellow servicemen with something that they will be proud to call their own.