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T-Shirt of the DAY
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DINOSAUR ASTRONAUTS
Slogans
DUTY CALLED, I ANSWERED (U.S. Navy logo)
If you want your unit insignia on the t-shirt, or a picture of your weapon or vehicle, whatever you have in mind, e-mail  slogansheroes@gmail.com   and let me
know.  A link to the unit patch or attaching a picture would help.  I was 25th Infantry, so I might not know exactly what you want just by the unit name.  But we
can work that out and make exactly what you want.  I try hard.  Only limit is no copyrighted images.
These two are DOUBLE-SIDED. Back says "DUTY CALLS. WILL YOU ANSWER?"
Same logo.  The rest are single-sided.
Front:
Military Heroes
on front,
Civilian Heroes
on back.
available.  The color of the shirt may affect the price.  So if you are on a budget, see if you can find a color you like that costs less.  Double-sided shirts cost more.  You
can also have "Duty Called" on one side and "Real Heroes" or "Generation" on the other.  Any two of the three.  Just e-mail me at slogansheroes@gmail.com.
So while I was dealing with the stolen laptop problem, another one crept in.  Seems the Navy and Marine Corps are objecting to the
use of their emblems.  Which, since they are government agencies, I thought we, the people, were free to use.  Anyhow, the
company that prints the shirts for me has deleted all those that include the emblems, both from my shop and everyone else's that use
them.  I'm trying to contact someone in the Corps & the Navy to see what, if anything, can be done to get authorization to use the
emblems.  Otherwise, I'll just design a graphic that they don't have copyrighted and re-do all the shirts.  I gather the move is intended
to control the use of the emblem to prevent its being used in ways derogatory to the Corp and Navy.  Problem with that is those kinds
of people don't pay much attention to copyright laws either.  Anyhow, for the time being, at least, the shirts below this are NOT
available.  Once I get it resolved one way or the other, I'll either delete this text box or all those shirts.  Personally, I think the "Duty
Called" and "Generations" shirts show more pride and respect than the ones that say "I served" or "Vet".  If you know anyone to
contact in the Corp or Navy, please feel free to put in a good word for me.  Thanks.