“Where did you serve?” is often the second or third question a veteran hears when their service comes up in question. People want to know where you’ve been, what you’ve seen, and what you have to say about the emotions and politics of it all. Conflict logo decals can tell stories on their own, and there are so many ways to approach the history and importance of each logo. Some people want to hear about the big names like Vietnam, Iraq, Afghanistan. When unfamiliar names come up, a veteran with a lot to say about an unknown or rarely heard conflict can inspire awe and create even greater rapport with civilians and veterans alike. For most people, conflict logo decals imply some sort of direct connection. Many people would assume that someone driving around with a Fallujah decal would have been to the area or at least knew someone there, and someone with a Vietnam decal would either be a Vietnam vet or the proud friends and family of a Vietnam vet. Conflict logo decals create a sort of bond with veterans who served in specific locations or lost important people to dire straits in foreign lands, but they’re also an opportunity to learn more about lesser known events. Take a look at the decal selection and don’t be afraid to ask our experienced military service professionals about what any decal means.
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