Honor a soldier with an Coast Guard Grave Marker
that is made right here in the USA. The Coast Guard grave marker is available in aluminum or bronze.
- The UNFACED aluminum grave marker has a powder coat finish for a permanent weather-proof finish.
- The FACED aluminum grave marker has sanded off the raised surface to highlight the letters of the insignia and words.
This official design is mounted on 20 in. aluminum rod and can hold one 12 in. x 18 in. American flag. Flag is not included! See below for flags.
Actual shipping costs for this product will be calculated based on delivery location and weight and added to your order. For an estimate of shipping costs, please email Sales@FlagAndBanner.com. Memorial Day orders need to be placed no later than May 1st.
The Coast Guard has served in every war the United States has been involved with since the Revolutionary War. In World War I six Coast Guard cutters joined the US Naval forces in European waters. The USCGC Tampa was torpedoed and sank, all 115 hands were lost, this was the largest single event loss of life for the Coast Guard in any campaign.
During World War II the US Coast Guard rescued more than 2500 survivors of torpedo attacks and over 1500 more were rescued during the D-Day (Operation Overlord) landings at Normandy. During the war the Coast Guard manned 802 cutters, 351 naval ships and craft and 288 Army vessels. Almost 2000 Coast Guardsmen died during World War II. One, Douglas A. Munro received a Medal of Honor for his actions saving the lives of many Marines during the Guadalcanal campaign.
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