|Deployment Plaque Tables|
|3rd LAR Plaque|
|HMLA - 167|
We will assist you with the design and layout of your unit deployment plaque, fully customized and fully personalized. We do not charge extra for the artwork set-up and we will ready your mock up design prior placing the order to production. Any size, any design, and any shape, we can make the plaque following your specification. Each details will be carved in the wood and paint in full color.
In the sample shown a deployment plaque with logos and patches carved in the wood, list of names and at the bottom is a picture frame. We will make to reality of a plaque the way you pictured it in your mind.
Don't limit your creativity! MilitaryPlaques.com can manufacture a plaque out of any shape design. Our production team can cut-out the mahogany wood following the shape of your squadron patch or logo, the shape of your deployment location, the country or state map layout and etc. Artwork set-up is free, and we do not require minimum order quantity for custom design plaques.
All our plaques are carved in 3D relief with approximately 1" depth. Each design details and lettering are carved in the wood and painted in full color and that complements with the 3D effect of the plaque.
Any design is possible since each of the unit plaques is individually made--hand carved and hand painted, we can definitely make a plaque with unique features.
Here's an example of a CPO Mess squadron plaque manufactured by MilitaryPlaques.Com for the VFA-195 Dambuster squadron.
This is an example of a plankowner plaque. 2 versions of this plaque were custom made to order for the Fleet ASW Command to mark for formation of the Command itself.
These 48" diameter deployment plaque tables were produced for the 1st Tank Battalion Marines stationed at Twenty-nine Palms, Naval Squadron HSK-45 "Wolfpack" and the 3d Battalion 3d Marines All tables have a study hexagonal base. More details of custom military tables here.
In addition to Deployment Plaque tables, American Plaque Co's wood working facilities can also produce top quality dinning and Club House chairs.
Manufacturer Our Plaques At Our Own Factory - Guaranteeing Quality & Delivery
MilitaryPlaques.Com was pleased to assist in the design and then manufacture and supply 2 mahogany
Commemorative Plaques for the 42nd Infantry Division based in Iraq.
These plaques were produced for various Deployments in Iraq
3rd Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion (3rd LAR) is an armored battalion of the United States Marine Corps.
This 28" diameter deployment plaque was produced within 2 weeks and shipped directly to the battalion stationed in Okinawa, Japan
HMLA-167, a Marine Light/Attack Helicopter Squadron designed this Iraqi Freedom Deployment Plaque.
The plaques was delivered in April 2006.
The Air Force Core Values and USAF Symbol plaque set was produced for end of year ceremonies for the AFROTC at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Daytona Beach, Florida Unit Deployment Plaque & Plankowner Plaque
Wood: Kiln dried, solid mahogany
Process: Hand carved, hand painted and finished
Paint: High quality enamel to exact pantone code specification
Approval: High resolution color photograph emailed for approval
Delivery: US delivery included - worldwide delivery available
Costs: No hidden costs - All packaging, and delivery costs included
Guarantee: Guaranteed to be free of defects from workmanship or damage due to shipment
Squadron Deployment Plaque
Operation Iraqi Freedom Deployment Plaque
Marine Corps Deployment Plaque
Marines Deployment Plaques
Operation Enduring Freedom Plaque
|Tour of Duty Plaques||
Air Force Squadron Plaque
A Navy Plankowner is a ship’s crew member who is assigned to a U. S. Navy ship on the day of the ship's commissioning.
The naval term “plankowner” finds its origin back in the days of sailing ships when sailors slept on deck. Because some planks of the deck were softer than others, the crew would select those to sleep upon, and in time would regard them as their own. In many cases, when the ship was dismantled, crew members would, in fact, lay claim to these planks as mementos of their seagoing days. (http://www.navyleague.org)