The following images represent the wide range of military products that we offer.
Each Military Service has a Trademark Licensing Program Office that manages its many trademarks, both graphics and word marks. These protected marks may not be used without prior written permission.
We can assist you in contacting each branch of service in order to secure written permission for use.
Satin Brass Finish Acrylic Military Emblems
for Cremation Urns and Caskets
Emblem on Urn
Etched Bronze Military Insignia Plaques
Designed for attaching to an upright granite marker or a veteran's memorial.
Cast Bronze and Aluminum Military Insignia Plaques
Cast Bronze Cast Aluminum
Sizes from 10" diameter up to 36" diameter
Fallen Soldier Statues
The Vietnam Fallen Soldier Statue above is shown with the Service War marker
Honor those who have served our country with these beautiful commemorative war markers. The markers measure approximately 6" in diameter and are cast from either solid bronze or aluminum. All markers are available in 4 distinctive finishes - bronzed aluminum, pewter finished aluminum, aluminum with black highlights, and solid bronze. Each marker comes with a 5/16" x 18" stake of matching metal for cemetery installation.
Samples of Available Finishes
Pewter Finished Aluminum
Black Painted Aluminum
Our complete line of service markers (shown below in solid bronze)
are also available in the finishes listed above.
War of 1776 Revolutionary War War of 1812 Mexican War
Indian War G.A.R Confederate War Spanish War
World War I World War II Peacetime Korea
Vietnam Veteran Persian Gulf War Veteran Veteran US Veteran
Universal Veteran National Guard Veteran Afghanistan War Veteran Iraq War Veteran
Service Marker with flag
Stake Mount Rods
Veteran's Niche Markers
A veteran's niche marker is 8-1/2" long, 5-1/2" wide, with 7/16" rise. Weight is approximately 3 lbs; mounting bolts and washers are furnished with the marker. A veteran is entitled to one at no cost through the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. A spouse may want to purchase a matching government marker.
For additional information on veterans' benefits, contact:
Memorial Programs Service (403)
Department of Veterans Affairs
810 Vermont Ave., NW
Washington, DC 20420