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 Art's Militaria and Memorabilia

Art's Militaria and Memorabilia

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 Selling ball caps, patches, hat pins, lapel pins, insignia, badges, wallets, medals, ribbons and devices, key fobs and key tags, coffee mugs, challenge coins, stickers, license plates and license plate frames for veterans of U.S. Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard & Merchant Marine.
ABOUT ART'S MILITARIA
About the seller
Art's Militaria is the place to find all your needs for military memorabilia. Stuff for your shadow box, ball caps, hat pins, insignia, patches, wallets, belts, mugs, musical bottle openers, license plates, license plate frames for cars and motorcycles, foreign badges and insignia. If you're looking for gifts for your special Veteran this is the place for you. If you do't see what you're looking for be sure to contact as we can special order.
  
Art's Militaria & Memorabilia
 
 

Art Militaria & Memorabilia operates as a mail order business from its store on eBay with over 3000 line items in inventory.

Art's Militaria operated a concession at the base exchange at MacDill AFB in Tampa, FL, from October 1992 until April 2006. In the shop we sold a variety of militaria including ball caps, stickers, patches, pins and other memorabilia. The shop was very well-known among active duty, reserve and retired troops who were stationed at MacDill and lived in the area and became a popular destination for exchange shoppers.

Art Militaria began selling some inventory on eBay auctions in April 2005 and it soon became apparent that there is a real demand for this kind of merchandise among buyers in the eBay community. Art Militaria & Memorabilia was opened as eBay store in May 2005. The continuing aim of Art Militaria is to providing quality reasonably memorabilia for veterans.

ART'S MILITARY SERVICE

Art spent a nearly nine years on active duty in the regular Air Force from 1959 to 1969. He served in units at Homestead AFB, FL, Lackland AFB, TX, Ramstein AB, Germany, and Keesler AFB, MS.

After leaving active duty in 1969, Art returned to civilian life. In 1976 he enlisted in the Air Force Reserve and served for twelve years. During that time Art served in reserve units at Duke Field, FL, Homestead AFB, FL, and Lackland AFB, FL.

Most of his service on active duty and in the Reserve was as in administration. He served for a time as Unit Training Manager.  In 1983 Art was appointed First Sergeant of a reserve hospital unit at Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center at Lackland AFB, TX.