Design your own military style custom t shirt. Show your support for our U.S. troops and do not forget to make one for your favorite soldier.

It’s Never Too Early or Too Late to Honor Veterans

Sunday was November 11, Veterans Day. We took time that day to reflect on the end of the First World War 100 years ago Sunday, the reason Veterans Day is observed on the 11th. It’s wonderful that we have a day to think of, thank, and honor our veterans. One day doesn't cut it, though.

Happy Coast Guard Day! Thank You To All Who Serve

Today is Coast Guard Day. The fifth branch of our Nation’s armed forces doesn't get the attention of the other branches many times, but that doesn't make them any less vital. Today is observed as the day the Coast Guard was founded by Alexander Hamilton in 1790. The modern Coast Guard was formed in 1915.

Today We Salute Veterans and Those Who Serve

Though some observed it yesterday, today is November 11, Veterans Day. Did you know that we honor vets on November 11 because that was the day World War I came to an end? Yes, what is known and observed in Europe as Armistice Day on November 11 commemorates the end of what was known then as The Great War.

On this Date 100 Years Ago, the United States Entered World War 1

On April 6, 1917 the United States entered the First World War. The Great War, which began in August 1914, had seemed a distant conflict to millions of Americans. Indeed, even as the US entered the war, there was a strong contingent of isolationists rallying against intervention.

Custom Shirts for your Platoon

On 10 November 2012 the United States Marine Corps celebrated its 237 birthday.  If you just did the math: yep, the Marine Corp is older than the United States...that’s pretty good mission planning.  One of the things that characterizes the Marines, and the other branches of the Armed Forces, is something they call esprit de corps.  Webster defines esprit de corps as “the common spirit existing in the members of a group and inspiring enthusiasm, devotion, and strong regard for the honor of the group”.  That describes the marines, soldiers, and airmen I know perfectly, and there’s no better