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06-21-2014 11:00 PM
MatthewDrakeNC My neighbor does customer vinyl decals - anything you want... Hit me up and I can put you in contact with her....
05-26-2014 10:31 PM
Kane21d
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Originally Posted by Khaki05Wrangler View Post

Who knows more about anything than strangers on the Internet. ..
I say subdued if you have a flat color on jeep. Otherwise full color looks nice.
05-26-2014 08:21 PM
Khaki05Wrangler
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Originally Posted by Kane21d View Post

Post a pic of the ride and the decals...you can totally trust strangers on the Internet
Who knows more about anything than strangers on the Internet. ..
05-26-2014 08:15 PM
Khaki05Wrangler This is his patch

Attachment 1143626

This is the closest subdued I could find

Attachment 1143642
05-26-2014 08:02 PM
Kane21d
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Originally Posted by Khaki05Wrangler View Post
I want to put a China/Burma/India patch on mine for my grandfather's service in WWII. I'm just not sure if a colored version or subdued...
Post a pic of the ride and the decals...you can totally trust strangers on the Internet
05-26-2014 06:49 PM
Khaki05Wrangler I want to put a China/Burma/India patch on mine for my grandfather's service in WWII. I'm just not sure if a colored version or subdued...
05-21-2014 05:53 PM
Kane21d




I had to spray mine on, but I do agree that they look cool. I don't mind military themed Jeeps at all, but I can see where specific Badges or Unit Patches would be over the top. There are less than 20 Master Divers in the Army, so if I saw another one with someone I didn't know driving it, I would find that uncool.
05-21-2014 04:31 PM
Pmryall
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Originally Posted by Jeeplover1 View Post
I feel the same way about the new ARMY logo. ARMY OF ONE my ass
i joined when the slogan was "we do more by 9 o'clock than most people do all day. They weren't kidding, at least through boot camp.
04-09-2014 03:52 PM
seggg
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Originally Posted by Airbornejim View Post
Here are mine.... Waiting on a set of black crossed rifles to put at the bottom.
Hell yeah 11B all the way.
04-09-2014 05:51 AM
Airbornejim
Decals

Here are mine....


Waiting on a set of black crossed rifles to put at the bottom.
04-08-2014 06:56 AM
Airbornejim
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Originally Posted by i82much View Post
At Hurlbert, I am guessing you are still in. I have been out for awhile! I have a Commando Green JKUR. I am sometimes tempted to put "B23 101 MI" lettering on it to emulate my old HMMWV.

However, this really wouldn't be enough. I would need to make my fiance put on a road guard vest and kevlar and walk in front of me as a ground guide any time I drove around the neighborhood. As it turned out, this was not that popular of an idea in my household? What can I say. Girls are weird.
Haha, you "played the game" so much, you miss it. I feel ya.
04-05-2014 02:09 PM
seggg Just something simple.. But the one decal that always means the most is supporting our brothers and sisters in arms, fallen or wounded.
02-10-2014 06:27 PM
Beastmaster
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Originally Posted by Strike Hoss View Post
I like seeing anything that shows proud Americans still live in this great country.
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Originally Posted by UgaTyler View Post
Ditto! X10



02-10-2014 08:40 AM
UgaTyler
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Originally Posted by Strike Hoss View Post
I like seeing anything that shows proud Americans still live in this great country.
Ditto! X10
02-09-2014 10:33 PM
Strike Hoss I like seeing anything that shows proud Americans still live in this great country.
12-02-2013 09:45 AM
lys327 Being a OIF vet and with 17 yrs to date in the Army, I have the invasion star on the hood (painted) and a pair of blank dog tags hanging in the rear view for all that will never come home.
11-29-2013 11:26 PM
jchaco These are all great, I picked up some Navy aircraft star decals recently. Ill be putting them on soon and I'll be sure to post them.

< USN Airdale
11-12-2013 02:58 PM
Rusty Pancelode
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Originally Posted by jk_all_day View Post
Shore Patrol style on Anvil JKUR ???
That would be cool.
11-11-2013 02:31 PM
jk_all_day Shore Patrol style on Anvil JKUR ???
11-06-2013 05:13 PM
Jeeplover1
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Originally Posted by Rusty Pancelode View Post
Sounds like we served around the same time. I spent most of my exercise time digging my car out of the snow so that I could get to work. LOL I never liked that stationary bike. It always felt like the opening of The Six Million Dollar Man to me. I considered the Air Force one here in Texas, but the "new" Air Force logo doesn't really represent the time that I served. Besides, the new black and white standard Texas plates look better. Unfortunately, the Air Force doesn't seem to see value in tradition as much as the other services.

I feel the same way about the new ARMY logo. ARMY OF ONE my ass
11-06-2013 12:09 PM
Rusty Pancelode
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Originally Posted by scout2000 View Post
There wasn't any PT in the Air Force.

When there was anything, it was PC. Physical Conditioning.

I spent most of my exercise time during 1990's on a stationary bike, preparing for the annual fitness test. No running, running is bad for the knee's and joints.
Sounds like we served around the same time.
I spent most of my exercise time digging my car out of the snow so that I could get to work. LOL
I never liked that stationary bike.
It always felt like the opening of The Six Million Dollar Man to me.

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Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
I didn't go with stickers...... I just got the plates with the Marine emblem on them. Just present your DD-214 and the are free, unless you personalize them(I did not).
I considered the Air Force one here in Texas, but the "new" Air Force logo doesn't really represent the time that I served.
Besides, the new black and white standard Texas plates look better.
Unfortunately, the Air Force doesn't seem to see value in tradition as much as the other services.
11-06-2013 08:25 AM
Tink5775
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Originally Posted by texasdave View Post
I didn't go with stickers...... I just got the plates with the Marine emblem on them. Just present your DD-214 and the are free, unless you personalize them(I did not).
Wish NH would do service specific plates. We get a generic plate saying vet with the flag on it.
11-06-2013 07:12 AM
texasdave I didn't go with stickers...... I just got the plates with the Marine emblem on them. Just present your DD-214 and the are free, unless you personalize them(I did not).
11-06-2013 07:06 AM
Beastmaster
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There wasn't any PT in the Air Force.

When there was anything, it was PC. Physical Conditioning.

I spent most of my exercise time during 1990's on a stationary bike, preparing for the annual fitness test. No running, running is bad for the knee's and joints.
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11-05-2013 10:37 PM
scout2000
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Originally Posted by Rusty Pancelode View Post
I was in the Air Force...
I don't remember PT. LOL
There wasn't any PT in the Air Force.

When there was anything, it was PC. Physical Conditioning.

I spent most of my exercise time during 1990's on a stationary bike, preparing for the annual fitness test. No running, running is bad for the knee's and joints.
11-05-2013 07:50 PM
Beastmaster I'm in agreement with what looks like the majority here: You make a generic military tribute out of your Jeep, that's cool. You try to make it personal by claiming you are something you are not is just plain wrong.

I think Call of Duty, GI Joe, Halo (and the list goes on) tributes are all fair game.
11-05-2013 06:12 PM
Jeeplover1
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Originally Posted by jordanw9 View Post
kid I served with first day to the unit he got a tat of the 2nd id on his chest and a week later we changed over to 4th 1d....does that count as over motivated? and I will try and find a pic of this guys truck he is deff way to motivated even as a retired SSG lol he has more stickers than nascar

The tat reminds me of that snickers commercial about the football player.. And as far as stickers whatever floats his boat i guess
11-05-2013 03:46 PM
Dpilo22
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Originally Posted by jordanw9 View Post
kid I served with first day to the unit he got a tat of the 2nd id on his chest and a week later we changed over to 4th 1d....does that count as over motivated? and I will try and find a pic of this guys truck he is deff way to motivated even as a retired SSG lol he has more stickers than nascar
Talk about a tattoo fail, that's funny.
11-05-2013 03:24 PM
jordanw9
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Originally Posted by DC Dennis View Post
If you are active and do it, you look too motivated. If you have not served and do it, you are a poser. If you are a veteran, GO FOR IT!

kid I served with first day to the unit he got a tat of the 2nd id on his chest and a week later we changed over to 4th 1d....does that count as over motivated?

and I will try and find a pic of this guys truck he is deff way to motivated even as a retired SSG lol

he has more stickers than nascar
11-05-2013 03:11 PM
Dpilo22
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Originally Posted by motojavaphil View Post
I think we are in agreement.
Yes I think we are
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