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Challenge Coins are metal coins that come in various sizes, shapes, and styles that are typically awarded to an individual for excellence, special achievement, or any other reason deemed worthy by the presenter.
Challenge Coins are also used in various ways to boost morale, create camaraderie, motivate, inspire, special occasions, and remembrance, even as a business card that will never get tossed away.
There are many additional ways people are utilizing Challenge Coins – ChallengeCoinTimes.com is a great resource to see how others are using Challenge Coins for various reasons.
Military Challenge Coins are largely used by US, Canadian, British, German, and Australian military forces to symbolize unit identity, recognize excellence, commemorate deployments, remember the fallen, foster esprit de corps and brotherhood. Other military forces around the World have started to adapt this culture.
A Challenge Coin “Coin Check” is a favorite use of a Challenge Coin. Simply put, a “Coin Check” consists of a challenge and a response; if someone initiates a “Coin Check” while at a bar, anyone who is present who doesn’t have their Challenge Coin on them is obligated to buy a round of drinks, however, if everyone who is present produces their Challenge Coin, the person who initiated the “Coin Check: is obligated to buy the round of drinks. This is a lot of fun and a great way to foster esprit de corps…Read more about the “Coin Check”…
During World War I, American volunteers from all parts of the country filled the newly formed flying squadrons. Some were wealthy scions attending colleges such as Yale and Harvard who quit in mid-term to join the war. In one squadron, a wealthy lieutenant ordered medallions struck in solid bronze and presented them to his unit. One young pilot placed the medallion in a small leather pouch that he wore about his neck…Read more about the history of Challenge Coins…
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Army, Marine Corps, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Law Enforcement, Firefighters, Businesses,
Organizations, Schools, Clubs, Fraternities, Sport Teams, Government Agencies… EVERYONE!