We can design and produce any Army emblem, patch or badge into any size custom made plaque. These plaques you see here are samples only. We have provided the U.S. Army with emblem and insignia plaques for units and battalions here at home and overseas on deployment.
Priced from $97.95 including artwork design, set up and standard delivery.
Any Army badge, patch or emblem reproduced as a "cut out" design plaque with no set up or design fees and no minimum order quantity. All plaques are hand carved in mahogany wood giving a fantastic "3D" surface. The wall plaques are then hand painted and finished.
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Examples of Custom Army Plaques
US Department of the Army Seal Plaque
Each Department of the Army plaque is individually hand made with superb craftsmanship. Hand carved from solid kiln dried mahogany wood and hand painted in full color following the official Department of the Army official seal artwork. The plaque is perfect as a wall and podium display.
Priced from $97.95 including standard delivery.
Army Presentation & Award Plaques
Each presentation plaque is hand made to your exact instructions.
No set-up fee, design or artwork charges or minimum order quantity.
Choose from free hand carved dedications or optional etched brass plate. Send us your artwork and we'll advise on design and the best size for your plaque.
This is an example of a US Army Dedication Plaque suitable for Duty Transfer presentations, citations and end of service ceremonies. Each wooden plaque's dedication or wording can be individually carved at no additional cost.
We have several popular designs for retiring members of America's US Army to choose from. However, we can design and make custom design of your choosing at no extra charge! Click the product link for more details
We can make your Army Retirement plaque to order. Priced from $97.95 including artwork design, set up and standard delivery.
US Army Intelligence Plaques
The US Army Intelligence and Security Command (INSCOM) was organized on 1 January 1977 as a result of the Army's Intelligence Organization and Stationing Study (IONS). INCOM's three main elements are drawn from the elements which were originally combined to form INACOM in 1977: the US Army Security Agency (USASA); US Army Intelligence Agency (USAINTA); and a number of different intelligence production agencies, most of which had been under the Assistant Chief of Staff for Intelligence (ACSI) for direct control.