Military Challenge Coins Are Not Limited To The Army Units

https://www.maxchallengecoins.com/custom-coinsAs the Second World War had no boundary, so the troops who fell captive in the territories of enemies or friends are identified by their challenge coins. There is an interesting story in this perspective i.e. An American aircraft had to land in the enemy territory after heavy damage. He was captured by the German patrols. They took off everything in his possession. The pilot managed to escape from the German military camp in civilian get up. But later on he was captured by the French patrols. They considered him a German spy and ordered his execution but luckily the pilot had been left with his challenge coin. He showed that to the French troops and safely reached home.

Military challenge coins are not limited to the army units. Its use is growing among the politicians, celebrities and private organizations, clubs and associations. President Bill Clinton has various military challenge coins awarded to him by different U.S. Servicemen. The coins are currently held in the Clinton Library. President George W. Bush received military challenge coin during his surprised visit to Al-Assad Air Base in Iraq, in September 2007 from the Marine Combat patrol unit. President Barak Obama used to wear challenge coin in the memory of the soldier killed in Fort Hood Shooting.

Though military challenge coins are not expensive in material but they have no match for the wearer and collector of coins as per their historical importance and identification.