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Old 05-27-2013, 8:01 PM
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Was anybody else into challenge coins? Unit, mission, or otherwise?

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I always carry one in my wallet. I only have 12 or so. Mostly from units I was in, and a couple given to me as a guberment contractor for units I did work for. The one I carry in my wallet is an Air Force Top Three (senior NCO's) coin.
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I traveled for three years as an instructor and was given coins by several students.
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A few of us in my former unit have [current] POTUS coins (from Ft. Hood incident). I personally don't carry coins, never had a desire to collect them either.
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I had five at one point but gave them to lower enlisted when I got out. I had one from the 4ID ADSM at a field problem when we are Blue force. While OPFOR was getting chow I sneaked into their area and stole a leaders book. HAd there info and serial numbers and was considered intel and got a coin. I assume they got an a** chewing for it. And at one time the 4ID SGM gave me a "Presidential Coin" IT was a penny, he thought it was hilarious.
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I've got probably a couple dozen coins (including a CalGuns coin). My highest ranking coin was a CNO coin from Vern Clark about 10 years ago. My room-mate has a GW innaguration coin, so I lose.
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I am a civilian and I have been given a few coins. One is from an LTC and the other was from a full bird (shown above). The third was a firefighter coin for a large fire I was on a few years ago.



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I have two one-star coins from winning boards. 1st Marine Aircraft Wing and Marine Corps Installations West Commanding Generals. I don't carry them around because I believe in buying people beers anyways.



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My coin is always in my pocket, the .45 won't fit.

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I got one from Gen. Odierno back in '07 in the parking lot of the Green Zone PX, one of my buddies spot corrected his CSM for wearing yellow lenses in his eye pro, it impressed the heck out of both of them, we all got coined for it.
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I was lucky to have been able to travel and work security for various commands and detachments. Here is a few of the ones I was able to find.







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I received 2 during Desert Storm and added a few more over the years. I think I have 8 in total now.
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I have a few, mostly unit or program coins.
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Ive got a few. My two favorites are the ones I actually earned- a 2CR regimental commander coin for being distinguished honor grad in WLC and an Army Recruiting School coin for getting DH in recruiter school. Ive gotten a few BOSS coins too. Ill try to post pics tomorrow. The 2CR coin is both huge and shiny.
Ive thought about having my own made up to give privates when they get shafted out of recognition.
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I was never really a fan of coins, mainly for the reason that you had to be at the right place, at the right time. In Iraq, I used to rotate a few soldiers through the TOC so they would get coins when "Higher Ups" visited. Always seemed like enlisted had better coins too. I remember some CSM had a coin that was about 2-3 inches wide and about a 1/4 inch thick, the General Petraeus coin was a tiny little shield. I did however, keep a Ka-bar pocket knife that some random 4th ID CSM gave me instead of a coin.
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I have some; keep them at work. I used to belong in a unit where we would get challenged often at the bars, so I got in a habit carrying that specific's unit coin. Don't routinely carry one unless I'm at a cantina, but this one is the exception:

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Those are so awesome, SoulStealer..
And everyone else.
Thank you all for everything you do.

Has anyone been through DLI/NPS, and went to compagnos deli?
My boss has TONS of stuff, hats, shirts, uniforms, etc, that people have given him over the years. I love being able to look at it daily.
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I was lucky to have been able to travel and work security for various commands and detachments. Here is a few of the ones I was able to find.







What year did you get your CNL coin? I was an instructor in Coronado from 2003-2006
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True story... I was deployed to Okinawa on a UDP back in 2002/03 and our battalion commander got pissed drunk. One of the marines from a recon unit pulled out a coin to challenged the Lt Col... Lt Col pulled out his privates and says to the recon marines... Don't have my coin but I have this.... He got relieved the very next day.

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Never got into coins, but was got them. In active duty I got like 3, the highest a 1 or 2 star. When I got deployed with the guard I got a crap load... The highest being from the general incharge of national guard bureau and his CSM in DC. I have the bag of coins somewhere.
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Those are so awesome, SoulStealer..
And everyone else.
Thank you all for everything you do.

Has anyone been through DLI/NPS, and went to compagnos deli?
My boss has TONS of stuff, hats, shirts, uniforms, etc, that people have given him over the years. I love being able to look at it daily.
Thank You. I was very fortunate to work for some great commands.

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What year did you get your CNL coin? I was an instructor in Coronado from 2003-2006
I believe the year was 2001?? I attended Naval Leadership in Dam Neck, VA. That was the base I also received all of my weapons and tactics training before shipping out. Time of my Life!
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I have collected over 50, but its just about being in the right place at the right time. I have one from the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs.
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Was anybody else into challenge coins? Unit, mission, or otherwise?
I was on active duty in the 70s, National Guard in the 80s. I really do not remember anyone with challenge coins until after 9/11. Did we have them in the Viet Nam era?
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I only have two. One is from SMA Raymond Chandler today's top EM. Best I can do, but I'm not apologizing. S
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I collect them but local law enforcement is the majority of collection. I think they're cool, they rarely leave the individual cases fun to handle kinda like baseball cards.
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I have a few from my time in the Army.
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This is the part of my collection that I keep in my office at work...



Left to right (Top to Bottom as well) they are: Joint Readiness Training Center Commander's coin - given in lieu of an AAM I was written up for.

West Point c/o 2006 Contracting Coin - "Never Falter, Never Quit"

2-4 Infantry OIF 2007-2009, Combat Deployment

509th Parachute Infantry Regiment, CSM coin, given in lieu of AAM

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BG Patrick Maney, General's Coin, given for excellence. At the time, he was Brigade commander for 350th CA/Psyops Brigade, USASOC. He was most recently Deputy Director of the US Army Special Warefare Center, and he is the highest ranking soldier to be wounded in action in Afghanistan.
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I was on active duty in the 70s, National Guard in the 80s. I really do not remember anyone with challenge coins until after 9/11. Did we have them in the Viet Nam era?
They have been around since WWI.

The story of their origin was a WWI pilot, son of a wealthy businessman, had medallions made with his squadron emblem on them for all the pilots. One of the pilots was shot down and captured by the Germans. He was stripped of his uniform but they let him keep his medallion. He escaped and made his way back into allied territory. The French captured him and were going to shoot him as a spy. They didn't speak English and he didn't speak French. He flashed them his medallion and one of the French soldiers recognized the squadron emblem. He was returned safely to his unit. This started the tradition amongst pilot of ensuring that you always had your "medallion" with you. The medallion soon became a coin.

I got my first challenge coin in the early 80s.
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They have been around since WWI.

The story of their origin was a WWI pilot, son of a wealthy businessman, had medallions made with his squadron emblem on them for all the pilots. One of the pilots was shot down and captured by the Germans. He was stripped of his uniform but they let him keep his medallion. He escaped and made his way back into allied territory. The French captured him and were going to shoot him as a spy. They didn't speak English and he didn't speak French. He flashed them his medallion and one of the French soldiers recognized the squadron emblem. He was returned safely to his unit. This started the tradition amongst pilot of ensuring that you always had your "medallion" with you. The medallion soon became a coin.

I got my first challenge coin in the early 80s.
Very cool. I never knew the story behind the coins, but I knew that the old timers have had them since way back in the day, and alot of units take a lot of pride in them.
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Very cool. I never knew the story behind the coins, but I knew that the old timers have had them since way back in the day, and alot of units take a lot of pride in them.
Lots of interesting history from the World Wars. I am the historian for my squadron. This is where our squadron patch came from. It was painted on the instructor pilots aircraft. The skull and crossbones is on our squadron challenge coin.

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The highest I have is one I was given by SACEUR/USAREUR back in 2006 when I was medivaced from Iraq to Landstul. He and his wife came and visted the hospital for 4th of July weekend, there were a few Congressmen too but no one important. I also got a hug from the Generals wife. Got my Purple Heart Coin after we landed in Bethesda. Have my Shellback coin from 2009 MEU and Got a Seal Team 2 one from the seals that supported us in 2006. Other than that have the normal unit coins and MC Ball freebie coins.

I got a cool Coinbox when I left the Marine Det at Ft Sill to PCS back to the Fleet, actually put my coins in it after I retired LOL
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75-81 tween wars, no coins, no glory.
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I have a few that are in a box with my other random military things. I have no desire to "collect" them or display them as some people do. My last boss that 15-20 or so, he bought the majority of them, which I thought was pretty lame.

I have a few patches from other agencies I've done training with/through/for and hold those higher than the coins I've gotten.
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I've got a few, probably 3 or 4. Call of Duty: Black Ops II came with a coin which I thought was unnecessary but if someone challenged me I could whip it out and say "I got a coin for saving the world, now YOU buy ME a drink!"

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I have a few, my favorite one is an Air Force coin with a bottle opener in the middle

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