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Combat Ribbon Pin

The Facts about the Combat Ribbon

  • Dimensions of ribbon: Roughly 2.75 x 1.75 inches
  • Material: Duty-worn fatigues
  • Attaching method: Combat Ribbons attach with an integrated 9 mm tie tack
  • Donation made: 10% of the profit from each Combat Ribbon purchase is donated to Stop Soldier Suicide
  • Origin: U.S.A.
  • Hat not included
  • Camouflage pattern combinations will be chosen at random & due to the fulfillment process we cannot guarantee each ribbon will be made from different patterns if multiples are purchased.

The Story of the Combat Ribbon

Delicately crafted after the yellow support ribbons so commonly found tied around trees and mailboxes or pinned to shirts and hats, Combat Ribbons offer a beautiful reminder of those serving the United States Military.

Handcrafted from duty-worn fatigues, Combat Ribbons measure 2.75 x 1.75 inches and offer a tangible piece of freedom to the American people.

Each ribbon features two separate camouflage patterns (one front facing and one rear facing) and attach to hats, shirts, bags, jackets, whatever you'd like, with a 9 mm tie tack.

Camouflage pattern combinations will be chosen at random.

10% of the profit from reach Combat Ribbon is donated to Stop Soldier Suicide.

She Wore a Yellow Ribbon - Army Cadence

Around her hair she wore a yellow ribbon
She wore it in the springtime
In the merry month of May
And if you ask her why the heck she wore it
She wore it for her soldier who was far far away
Far away, far away
She wore it for her soldier
Who was far, far away
Around the block she pushed a baby carriage
She pushed it in the springtime
In the Merry month of May
And if you ask her why the heck she pushed it
She pushed it for her soldier who was far far away
Far away, far away
She pushed it for her soldier
Who was far, far away
Behind the door her daddy kept a shotgun
He kept it in the springtime
In the merry month of May
And if you ask him why the heck he kept it
He kept it for her soldier who was far far away
Far away, far away
He kept it for her soldier
Who was far, far away
On the grave she laid the pretty flowers
She laid them in the springtime
In the merry month of May
And if you asked her why the heck she laid them
She laid them for her soldier who was far far away
Far away, far away
She laid them for her soldier
Who was far, far away.

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