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Sunday, August 18, 2013

Chief and SNCO Induction Medals

In 2010, we designed a Chief's Induction Medal in conjunction with the Lackland Chiefs Group.  After several years of producing a "generic" coin for quite a few Chiefs Groups around the country -- we decided that there should be a special medal available only to Chiefs Groups and designed to recognize new Command Chief Master Sergeants.  Celebrate Excellence created the die and produced the first batch of Chiefs medals in 2010.
Chiefs Induction medal

The Chiefs Induction medals are constructed of solid brass with a nickel plating.  Accents of glitter white add to the "bling" factor -- and look spectacular when the spotlights hit the medals.  They come on a 30" neck ribbon.  Line number or date engraved on the medal is included in the pricing.

Chief's Induction medals can be ordered by visiting our website:
http://www.celebrateexcellence.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&path=68_70&product_id=259


In 2013, we introduced the SNCO Induction medal - which recognizes the newest members of the Air Force's Top Three - the Master Sergeants.  Based on the style of the popular Chiefs Induction medal, the SNCO Induction medal is a slightly smaller medal.  Crafted in iron with a shiny silver nickel plating.  There is an area in the center of the chevron that accommodates a line number or date.  The medals come with a 30" neck ribbon and are ready to presentation.

SNCO Induction medals can be ordered by visiting our website:
http://www.celebrateexcellence.com/shop/index.php?route=product/product&path=68_70&product_id=336

SNCO Induction medal
Both medal designs are copyrighted and available only through Celebrate Excellence.  They are sold in small quantities, you can order just one (1) medal. Call us for quantity discounts on larger orders.

Both medals are in stock and can ship withing 48 hours.

These medals are the ultimate in recognition for your new senior NCO's and Chiefs!  Do not settle for generic medals -- these occasions are once-in-a-lifetime.  Make them truly special.

You can visit our website to place an order for either medal by clicking HERE.

You can also view our brief video on military medals by clicking HERE.





2 comments:

  1. Designing a challenge coins is really challenging work. One has to spend a lot of time to make a beautiful challenge coin.

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  2. Great medals ! The main aim behind the such coins is to recognize the brotherhood and team spirit. The persons wearing or carrying the coins feel exalted and expose a sense of pleasure or pride. The officers receiving these law enforcement challenge coins feel their self-esteem is boosted in the place of work.

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