Life itself is a battlefield, with all the victories to aim for and defeats to hurdle just get through each day. For the men and women who are in actual wars fighting for the United States, take on the battlefield in an entirely different perspective.
Worthy of applause and tribute, the members of the force each has an interesting story to tell. Chronicling the nobility behind every success and failure in the service is the newest website of its kind, MilPages.com.
MilPages.com is a platform for military-related news and discussions, keeping members up-to-date with the latest in the military force. The newly launched website is chock-full of information provided by current and ex-military who have contributed to history by putting their life at stake in the name of the country.
MilPages.com also doubles as an online military gear shop selling great products that relate to the noble service. In it, visitors get a first glance at the brand new US Air Force F-117A Stealth Fighter Diecast Military Challenge Coins. The first of its type, the coins were manufactured by MilPages, the first company ever to develop a uniquely different 3D air craft shaped coin.
Historically, the F-117A Nighthawk was created by Lockheed Skunk Works and developed by the Have Blue technology demonstrator, which became the first operational aircraft initially designed around stealth technology. In 1979, the Tonopah Test Range was selected to be the home of the 4450th Tactical Group (4450th TG), with the mission of guiding the classified F-117A Stealth Fighter to an initial operating capability.
A never-before-seen product, the 3-inch long, 2-inch wide F-117 Challenge Coin, also called the "Nighthawk", is a game-changer. It is made out of polished black nickel with the patches, and shaded with hard enamel paint for detail. On the laser-etched belly of the aircraft lies a poignant tribute to the men and women that were involved in the very unique black project. The first patch of the F-117 Challenge Coin is the 4450th Tactical Group; the bottom left is the 4451st Tactical Squadron; and the bottom right is the 4450th Tactical Squadron.
In celebration of the MilPages.com launch, the website is taking 20% off the F-117 Challenge Coin price for the entire month of December 2012. Customers simply have to key in the code 20F117 on their shopping cart upon purchase.
To find out more about the newest platform that hails the nobility in military service, and brings together the men and women of the forces, http://www.milpages.com and check out the discounted F-117 Challenge Coin and other products showcased at the online shop section.
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