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National Park Geek Ranger Hat Pin

Share your love and support for National Parks with our exclusive Ranger Hat Pin. On the hat is written "National Park Lover". The Ranger Hat has been a symbol of pride for Rangers since 1911 when it became apart of their uniforms. It represents the long history of preserving our public lands and telling our country’s history. In the early years of National Parks, the U.S. Army patrolled the parks and enforced the law. Buffalo Soldiers who helped to protect our parks introduced the Montana Peak campaign hat. These soldiers patrolled Yosemite National Park and several other California national parks during 1890-1905. When the NPS decided on an official uniform for civilian park rangers, it had a very military look of a cavalry officer including the broad-brimmed high-crowned hat we now recognize as a ranger hat.

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Great shirt

Great design and love that charcoal color.

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very colorful heavy duty magnet glad i bought it proud to display it to honor the brave men and women who served at pearl harbor

Honors Rendered

I had the opportunity to be in Hawaii Nov. 30 to Dec. 9th 2021, participating in the 80th Anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. During this time I escorted 41 Young Marines from the Pfc Bruce W Carter MEDAL OF HONOR Miami FL unit. I proudly ordered and received 15 Flags flown on December 7. 2021. These were presented to those Veteran's who have served and fought for our Country. Thank you for fulfilling my request in a timely manner, and the Certificates made these a personal gift which is honored by all..Semper Fidelis Gunny Lou Slagle USMC Ret

An Awesome Piece to my Pearl Harbor Collection

I love this canvas bag! It is super sturdy! And I can't wait to use it when I go to coffee shops to write!

Amazing gifts!!!

I was given a flag 6-7 years ago. For years I wondered how my friend got a flag from the USS Arizona memorial. After visiting the museum and seeing I could order flags, I have been giving these as gifts for family graduating boot camp, for birthdays, retirements, and any other special dates in the lives of service members and family members. These flags, given as gifts, are absolutely amazing.