In my youth I was an infantryman with the 503rd. We deployed from South Korea to Ramadi Iraq in 2004. It was an absolutely ridiculous and crazy experience and I think anybody who was in Iraq then and spent a lot of time outside the wire would agree. Almost a decade and a half later I deployed as a flight medic to the Middle East again and flew MEDEVAC into Syria from Jordan. It was also a very unique experience. I am thankful for both of them. Last year I changed branches and joined the Air National Guard as a radio dude.....so far so good! All that to say....every unit shirt I have I will hold onto until the day I die. They are sentimental and fun to wear. I would love the opportunity to serve my fellow brothers and sisters in arms. That extends to any police/fire/EMS/nurse as well.
I would love to print your shirts, hoodies, and/or ranger panties!!!
Resources for military / first responders
National Suicide Prevention Lifeline
22 Until None
866-254-9961 (24/7 Lifeline)
Veterans Crisis Line
Call 1-800-273-8255 and Press 1
Fallen First Responder Support
Brotherhood for the Fallen
Support for Gold Star and Military Families
Angels of America’s Fallen (Nationwide)