In Iraq, Afghanistan and the War on Terror, as in previous wars, deployed US Military
personnel have created new versions of what used to be called "Trench Art" in World Wars
One & Two.

Vietnam Veterans had their "Short timer's sticks" and Zippo lighters with obscene cartoons.  
These NEW veterans have created Rifle Slings, Knife lanyards, Pistol Lanyards and these
bracelets from Military Issue 550 Pound Strength Parachute cord, otherwise known as
PARACORD.   Theses bracelets proudly identify who has been to Iraq & Afghanistan,
otherwise known as the "Sandbox."  

The meaning of these bracelets transcends their obvious appeal as a clothing accessory.   
Uniform professionals of all services, including military, police and firefighters now proudly
wear these bracelets knowing that in addition to their historical meaning, they can also get
10 feet of lifesaving 550 pound test survival cord for any emergency.
PARACORD Bracelets

come in the following standard colors:

Olive Drab

Black

Coyote Brown

Foliage Green
               Paracord COBRA Bracelet for the Nam era Vets,

                        Complete with three colors of the

               Vietnam War Campaign Ribbons and Medals


Vietnam Veterans had their "Short timer's sticks" and Zippo lighters with
obscene cartoons.  NEW Iraq and  Afghanistan Veterans have created these
bracelets from Military Issue 550 Pound Strength Parachute cord, otherwise
known as PARACORD.   These bracelets are a tribute to the Vets who came
before them.   They proudly identify who has been there.

The meaning of these bracelets transcends their obvious appeal as a
clothing accessory.   Uniform  professionals of all services, including
military, police and firefighters now proudly wear these bracelets knowing
that in addition to their historical meaning, they can also get 10 feet of
lifesaving 550 pound test survival cord for any emergency.
Vietnam Cobra Paracord Bracelet



                         NEW  Paracord COBRA Bracelet to Remember the


                                                       POW MIA

                                    Prisoners of War and Missing in Action

An Iraq War Veteran has created these bracelets from Military Issue 550 Pound
Strength Parachute
cord, otherwise known as PARACORD.   

These bracelets are a symbol of our concern and commitment to resolving as fully
as possible the
fates of Americans still prisoner, missing and unaccounted for in Southeast Asia.

1,702 Americans are still listed by DoD as missing and unaccounted for from the
Vietnam War: Vietnam
- 1,304;  Laos – 332; Cambodia - 59; Peoples Republic of China territorial waters –
7. We still seek the return of all US prisoners, the fullest possible accounting for
those still missing and repatriation of all recoverable remains.  

The meaning of these bracelets transcends their obvious appeal as a clothing
accessory.   
Uniform professionals of all services, including military, police and firefighters
now proudly wear
these bracelets knowing that in addition to their historical meaning, they can also
get 10 feet of lifesaving 550 pound test survival cord for any emergency.
A symbol of our concern and commitment to resolving as fully as possible
the fates of Americans still prisoner, missing and unaccounted for in
Southeast Asia.
The Thin Blue Line is a modern colloquial term for police and police forces.  It means the
small amount of police officers dressed in blue that stand between the criminal element and
the law abiding citizenry.   

The term is part of a proud tradition between police officers, who never back down to the
criminal and always serve and protect the public.  

The meaning of these THIN BLUE LINE bracelets transcends their obvious appeal as a
clothing accessory.   Police Officers now proudly wear these bracelets knowing that in addition
to their traditional meaning, they also have 10 feet of lifesaving 550 pound test survival cord
for any emergency.

                   SHOW YOUR COLORS !
Thin Blue Line Police Cobra Paracord Bracelet