What We Offer
Challenge Coin Nation offers both stock and custom Morale Patches. Choose from our in stock and ready to ship collection or create your own custom patch to hand out to your squad or unit.
Morale patches are used in the military to create a sense of pride and to boost morale. Morale patches can be seen in the U.S. Army, Marines, and Navy, but other branches of the military also use morale patches. These patches are usually worn by Soldiers or Sailors that have reached a certain rank or level of qualification in their field. The most common types of morale patches are “good conduct” ribbons for Soldiers who have never been convicted or court-martialed for an offense against good order and discipline, combat infantry badges for those who have gone through basic training specifically for combat situations, marksmanship badges for those with high levels of expertise with firearms, and specialist skill badges as well as many others that vary depending on what branch you serve in. Morale Patches can be seen everywhere throughout the military because they not only serve to make soldiers feel better about themselves but they also serve as motivation to continue doing their job well so that they can achieve more ranks or qualifications within their field which will then result in another patch being given out accordingly!
Custom Morale Patches
The morale patches are often brightly colored and feature a variety of designs that reflect the personality of the members in service. They also serve to identify units and specific branches, as well as states with troops deployed. The patches are typically worn on uniforms to designate rank, branch, or unit affiliation. Morale Patches are a form of military insignia that is used for identification purposes. The patches come in a variety of colors and shapes and can be made from materials such as cotton or synthetic fabric. Typically they will have letters or numbers on them which identify an individual's rank within the military, what branch they belong to, what unit they belong to, where their troop was from (state/city), etc.