Air Force challenge coins custom made for your Air Force squadron. We can custom make any type of Air Force challenge coin you need. The Air Force is where challenge coins originally came from and their long and proud tradition is a testimony to Air Force ingenuity. Originally used in Word War I as a way to help identify shot down pilots over German occupied France Air Force squadron coins have come to be a collectable keepsake for military members.
When designing and building a custom Air Force coin the areas you should look at are the size, shape and plating options you think will best represent your Air Force unit.
The most common size is the 2” coin as it is easy to carry and show off. However coins bigger than 3" are becoming increasingly popular as they look great in the display case and you can add more details to the larger challenge coins.
We can also build any custom shaped coin that you need and we encourage you to browse our gallery of challenge coins below to see for yourself. If you are going for functionality may we suggest looking at our challenge coin bottle openers as these come in rather handy.
As for plating options it really depends on what you are going for with your Air Force coin. If you are going for a very striking look we would suggest looking at having your coins Dual Plated as it gives a very distinguished and striking look to your coins. Silver and Nickel plating are the most common choice for Air Force units.
Please browse the Air Force Challenge coin gallery below to see examples of our work with other Air Force units. You will not find a better made custom challenge coin at a better price.
We provide Free art design and unlimited revisions to make sure we get your Air Force challenge coin order right and we provide Free shipping to your APO. Please give us a call if you have any questions.
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