As a Marine combat veteran of Vietnam I ask everyone who visits my site to pause for a moment to honor the service not only of all veterans, but particularly those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. Also, please remember the men and women serving today, especially those in harm’s way.
All items are guaranteed to be described accurately.
All prices are in U.S. dollars. Please allow up to 10 days for a personal check to clear the bank. U.S. postage/insurance is included with all orders over $200.
Within the U.S. badge orders usually are sent via U.S. Priority Mail for $10.
Please contact me for any postage for overseas orders.
No-questions-asked return policy. There is a five (5) day inspection period during which any item may be returned for a full refund.
The few replicas I may have will be clearly marked and priced accordingly.
Any questions beforehand please do not hesitate to contact
Unknown Vietnam Soldier
In the early 1980’s remains that could not be identified were designated as the Vietnam War’s “Unknown Soldier” and lay in state in the U.S. Capitol. With advances in DNA technology, the remains ultimately were identified as those of Air Force 1st Lt. Michael Blassie who was shot down on 11 May 1972.
Currently there are no designated unknown remains from the Vietnam War.
Photo by Mike Sullivan