Coast Guard Kodiak Bear USCG Hard Charger Shirt

Coast Guard Kodiak Bear USCG Hard Charger Shirt


Coast Guard Kodiak Bear USCG Hard Charger Shirt


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The United States Coast Guard and its auxiliary are made up of the highest dedicated men and women to wear the uniform of the USCG. They are trained to operate with the fewest complement of personnel with perhaps the greatest of responsibilities that encompasses both coastlines, waterways, harbors, protection of ports, and in times of war unifies with the United States Navy and fights as a single team.

The USCG Kodiak Bear displayed on your USCG shirt displays the fierceness of loyalty and dedication to preserving the peace on the water and its attitude of preserving life whether it be Search and Rescue operations in places as north as Alaska or on the Grand Banks in the Atlantic Ocean.

This United States Coast Guard Kodiak bear shirt was designs for both past and present Guardsmen to be worn with USCG pride! Featuring several placards and Boat Force Operations Insignia from Deckplate Leadership to Semper Paratus the Kodiak is the mascot of a modern USCG with its traditions held strong like the Grizzly itself.

This Vision-Strike-Wear.Com USCG Licensed design may not be copied, or reproduced in any way without the written permission of Vision-Strike-Wear.Com. This design is copyrighted and all rights are reserved. Exclusively designed and sold at Vision-Strike-Wear.Com.

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