Matt has been working hard this weekend to come up with a tribute patch honoring those who fell on August 6, 2011 in the greatest loss of life in a single day since Operation Red Wings.
We’re starting a pre-order today for these patches and all proceeds will go directly to the Navy SEAL Foundation benefiting the families of the fallen and the SEAL community. Update: All proceeds will go directly to multiple charities that will support the Army Reserve crew, Army National Guard crew, Air Force Special Operations and the Navy SEAL Foundation.
These custom 100% embroidery patches measure 3.5″ wide x 3.5″ tall and feature a gold VI and 23 stars for men and lone K-9 of DEVGRU and Naval Special Warfare who fell. The 31 with the black band symbolizes the 31 members of the combined efforts of the Naval Special Warfare Command, Army National Guard and the Air Force Special Operations Command who gave their lives on August 6th. The red star marks the location in Wardak Province, Afghanistan the QRF (Quick Reaction Force) Chinook was struck with an RPG.
These brave men have never asked for anything in return for what they continue to do around the globe to ensure our way of life here. Please help the Navy SEAL Foundation and the families of the fallen in anyway you can, whether it’s by purchasing a patch or donating directly to the Foundation and other charities set up to help our warriors!
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