STORIES OF SERVICE
Discover stories of service as told through a variety of U.S. Mint military products, including bronze replicas of Congressional Gold Medals, as well as national medals produced under the Secretary of the Treasury.
On November 10, the U.S. Marine Corps celebrates its 241st birthday. Upholding a faithful tradition of service, the U.S. Marine Corps is America's expeditionary force responding swiftly and efficiently when called. Honor more than 200 years of dedication to country with our commemorative medal.
The Women Airforce Service Pilots (WASP) were the first women in American history to fly military aircraft. These pioneers aided our Nation when America faced a shortage of combat pilots during World War II while forging the way for women pilots into the Armed Services.
This military medal honors the historic accomplishments of the 65th Infantry “Borinqueneers.” Their pioneering military service in World War I, World War II, and the Korean War displayed an exceptional devotion to duty—even in the face of adversity.
Protectors in peacetime and in war, the U.S. Coast Guard ensures safe and legal commerce while conducting rescue missions across the world. Remember the achievements of America’s seaworthy defenders with this bicentennial medal.
As the U.S. Navy grows in scope and responsibility, its commitment to support and defend remains constant. Join us in commemorating the U.S. Navy for protecting Americans at home and defending democracy abroad with this bicentennial medal.
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