ActionJetz MPNG2 National Guard PlaquePlaque Model

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Warplanes proudly brings you yet another product we are deeply proud of: the National Guard Plaque model. This National Guard Plaque model is made from only the finest grade of mahogany worked to a perfect scale copy of the National Guard Plaque. The design is carefully carved mirrored from the actual US Navy Seal. It is a one of a kind model you can definitely be proud of!. To preserve the National Guard Plaque s exquisite design a coat of clear lacquer is finally applied to its entire body. All exquisite works ...
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Warplanes proudly brings you yet another product we are deeply proud of: the National Guard Plaque model. This National Guard Plaque model is made from only the finest grade of mahogany worked to a perfect scale copy of the National Guard Plaque. The design is carefully carved mirrored from the actual US Navy Seal. It is a one of a kind model you can definitely be proud of!. To preserve the National Guard Plaque s exquisite design a coat of clear lacquer is finally applied to its entire body. All exquisite works done to our models are enthusiastically performed by our highly skilled craftsmen. The National Guard model plaque is mounted on a steel support rod and a wooden-base stand so you can beamingly display this masterpiece anywhere you want. History of the Army National Guard:. Established under Title 10 and Title 32 of the U.S. Code the Army National Guard is part of the National Guard and is divided up into subordinate units stationed in each of the 50 states three territories and the District of Columbia operating under their respective governors. The Army National Guard may be called up for active duty by the state governors or territorial commanding generals to help respond to domestic emergencies and disasters such as those caused by hurricanes floods and earthquakes. With the consent of state governors members or units of the Army National Guard may be appointed temporarily or indefinitely to be federally recognized armed force members in the active or inactive service of the United States. If federally recognized the member or unit becomes part of the Army National Guard of the United States which is a reserve component of the United States Army and part of the National Guard of the United States. Span: 14 .
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