"Civilian control is not a fact but a process"
War on Drugs Medal
"Cocaine is a nuclear bomb I'm going to drop on America." - Carlos Lehder
The War on Drugs is America's second longest war, but hasn't received the recognition it deserves. We created the War on Drugs Service Medal to honor the duty and sacrifice of the United States Armed Forces for general service in the War on Drugs from the 18th of June 1971 to present.
"America leads. We are the indispensable nation. Our military is the best in the history of the world. When trouble comes up anywhere in the world; a typhoon in the Philippines; an earthquake in Haiti; they don't call Beijing; they don't call Moscow; they call us. That's how we roll. And that's what makes this America." - President Obama
Lost in the shadow of combat operations is the vital duty of the United States Armed Forces in the War on Disaster. While incomparable to the sacrifice of combat, man-made and natural disasters are defined by their own horror; inflicting more civilian casualties than the War on Terror, World War I, World War II, the Cold War, the Civil War, the Indian Wars, and the Revolutionary War combined — and counting.
The Alamo Flag
"..our flag still waves proudly from the walls.." - LTC William Travis
Every Texan is familiar with the heroic last stand at the Battle of the Alamo. What has remained a mystery ever since is the flag Travis was referring to in is legendary call to arms. We created The Alamo Flag to finally offer a solution — and a less provocative way to honor the duty and sacrifice of the Texas Revolution.
"To me, half the war is a memory of trees; fallen and tortured trees...and formed the memorial to many efforts of arms." - LT Richard Kelly
War Tree is a military memorial dedicated to service members that have been killed in action. Inspired by the scorched landscape of the deadliest battle in American history, the shattered branches are adorned with dog-tags of the services members from each city the tree is “planted” in. Our dream is a nationwide "forest" that honors all 666,441 Americans — and counting.