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31st Air Defense Artillery Ring

Solid Pewter Only $26.00
31st Air Defense Artillery Ring

A 31st Air Defense Artillery ring is the perfect gift to honor a loved one that has served or is currently serving,
Or for yourself to show the pride you feel of your military service.
All our military rings are masterfully crafted right here in the USA.
They are very comfortable to wear, with a form fitting design that doesnt get in the way.
Crafted in fine Pewter alloy.
We have a very large selection of Army units to choose from.
Availible in all sizes 6 to 15
They also come with a FULL MONEY-BACK GUARANTEE.
If you are not satisfied with your ring for any reason, simply return it via insured mail for a complete refund.

31st Air Defense Artillery in fine Pewter

Pewter rings ship within 2 to 4 business days

Only $26.00

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Unit History (from the 31st ADA homepage)
"The 31st Air Defense Artillery Brigade was constituted on 1 January 1918 in the National Army as Headquarters, 31st Heavy Artillery Brigade, Coast Artillery. Rapidly transitioning into World War I, the Brigade earned four battle streamers for participation in the campaigns Aisne-Marne, Oise-Aisne, Meuse-Argonne, and Champagne 1918. The unit was demobilized at Fort Lewis, Washington on 30 June 1921. In 1942, the Brigade reorganized and was redesignated as Headquarters and Headquarters Battery, 31st Anti-Aircraft Artillery Brigade as part of the Coastal Air Defense stationed on the West Coast. The Brigade was later deployed to the European Theater where it participated in and earned three more battle streamers for campaigns in Rome-Arno, Southern France, and the Rhineland. On 30 June 1946, the Brigade was deactivated at Laned-Sebold, Germany.Following World War II, the Brigade underwent a series of activations and deactivations, reorganizations, and deployments. In response to the Cuban Missile Crisis, the Brigade formed with nine Hercules and Hawk Battalions defending Southern Florida from attack by Cuba and the Soviet Union. On 30 September 1979, the Brigade was deactivated at Homestead Air Force Base, Florida. On 1 April 1988, the 31st Air Defense Brigade was officially activated at Fort Hood, Texas to support III Corps."

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