Dog Tag

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An aluminium tag with an identifying name and numbers worn around the neck of military personnel which may be used to identify soldiers’ bodies in the event of mutilating death
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On the surface the Dog Tag is an incredibly stylish piece of jewelry, but don't sell its functionality short.
Dog tags are an iconic symbol of the military and have been representative of the sacrifices inherent in military service since their debut on the battlefields of the Civil War.
Each year, Dog Tag Bakery will hire a cohort of wounded warriors and their spouses that will operate the bakery during the day while attending the School of Continuing Studies at Georgetown University after hours.
We actually contacted an individual several years ago and let him know that we had found his dog tags, and he denied that they were his," she said.
Mr Littlewood buried 50 dog tags, which could be exchanged for prizes, the night before the open day.
When dog tags are worn as jewellery they are often fashioned out of precious metals and they may be inscribed with the owner's details including information relating to their health.
I did a quick sketch before the idea would leave my mind," said Jones, whose senior project was a showing of 2,436 ceramic dog tags which he created and dedicated to the many brave Soldiers who lost their lives while serving our country in OIF.
In 2004, Sliepka founded Dog Tags for Kids, a program through which she manufactures and distributes dog tags to troops stationed in Iraq, Kuwait and Afghanistan.
government investigation conducted following the 1995 discovery of his dog tag in a Chinese military museum, the embassy said in a statement.
Smith & Wesson Watches' model SWW-1564 is a dog tag styled watch with a lightweight alloy body and precision Japanese movement.