First off, everyone here at Komando.com would like to thank and honor the courageous men and women of the United States military who have sacrificed a tremendous lot to protect our country, safeguard our liberties and defend our way of life.If you or one of your family members is a decorated U.S. military veteran, here’s some important information you will want to read.Recognitions from the U.S. military such as medals, decorations, and awards are often considered as historical mementos and priceless family heirlooms. As such, they are typically handed over to other family members, passing through generations as a part of an ancestral legacy.Although the honor that these military medals represent should endure forever, the physical medals themselves may not. Like with anything material, they can be misplaced, lost, stolen or simply begin to show their age over time.The U.S. military understands the importance of this legacy to families and, just in case you didn’t know, it offers replacement medals, decorations, and awards available to decorated veterans and their families.
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